RAD Corporation Announces Release of ActiveLearning LMS 1.5: A Low Cost SCORM Compliant Learning Management System

RAD Corporation is pleased to announce the 1.5 release of the “ActiveLearning” LMS. RAD Corporation packs a powerful feature set into a low cost, easy to use package, which is available as a cloud or hosted (SaaS) solution.

RAD Corporation Announces Release of ActiveLearning LMS 1.5: A Low Cost SCORM Compliant Learning Management System

RAD Corporation Announces Release of ActiveLearning LMS 1.5: A Low Cost SCORM Compliant Learning Management System

RAD Corporation is pleased to announce the 1.5 release of the “ActiveLearning” LMS. RAD Corporation packs a powerful feature set into a low cost, easy to use package, which is available as a cloud or hosted (SaaS) solution.

ActiveLearning, a cloud based Learning Content Management System works with the clients to develop and implement technology that improves every aspect of education. This enables clients to engage more students in exciting new ways, reaching them on their terms and devices and connecting more effectively, keeping students informed, involved, and collaborating together.

Designed with the client in mind, the ActiveLearning LMS sparks student interaction while easing the burden on your time and resources. It’s a simpler, more powerful LMS. Dashboards for Students, Teachers, Parents, Counselors, Instructional designers, Mini Admins and Admins give access to all the features of LMS in one place.

Students can access Gradebook Manager to see their grades at any moment. They are connected with the teachers, administrative staff, classmates and they are part of all the conversations taking place in courses via messages and collaboration manager. It makes it easier for students to learn, engage and focus on what’s important.

Educators spark student interaction and engagement with less burden on their time and resources, too. It helps them to connect with their students, ensures no test question is wasted. It collects all the information about the student learning, through tools that are integrated and included within the LMS.

Parents are always up-to-date about the progress of their children and administrators can actually see their institution evolve and excel through feedback collected within the LMS.

Down to the earth pricing, great features and quick deployment make the ActiveLearning LMS, a practical choice for any business. A complete training portal can be setup within days — not months.

The ActiveLearning LMS is SCORM compliant, which is powered by ActiveSCORM – SCORM 1.2 & 2004 Cloud and can utilize the eLearning content from dozens of popular authorware tools such as Articulate, Captivate, Camtasia and Lectora. The modern Web 2.0 user interface provides advanced learner management and content organizational tools. Customizable email, threshold notifications and a full set of reports keep the managers and learners well informed.

Imran Aziz, Founding Director of RAD Corporation, stated, “We see 2014 as an important year of change in the e-Learning industry. We expect a significant increase in the level of investor activity around both the educational and training markets with the emergence of lowest cost SCORM compliant Learning Management System, ActiveLearning LMS and edExt.net, an e-Learning Cloud Campus. To date the level of investment as a proportion of the size of the overall e-Learning market has lagged other industry sectors. As access to capital improves from both the financial and strategic investors, we will see a Global EdTech firm, RAD Corporation beginning to build scale, both in domestic markets and internationally.”

To-date ActiveLearning LMS has been implemented in over 50 public / private Schools and corporations in the United States in collaboration with the Inter Visual Technology USA. One example is iGeneration Empowerment Academy of Florida State, which is the first of its kind blended learning initiative in the history of the United States.

Market caps for all self-paced e-learning activity was US $35.6 billion in 2011. The five-year projected growth rate is 7.6%, revenues should reach US $51.5 billion by 2016.

Mr. Aziz UR Rehman, advisory board member of RAD Corporation, stated, “There is high demand of the US quality education in the rest of the world and it is imperative for the growth to get partnered with the US accredited organizations to offer Middle and High School, Corporate Training, graduate and undergraduate level courses in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.”

On another note Mr. Abdul Rashid, who is the corporate advisor of RAD Corporation said, “RAD Corporation’s corporate culture will help us to scale heights in compliance with international business laws”

The corporate team, including Mr. Yasir (CEO), Mr. Faisal (COO) and Mr. Waqas (CIO) of RAD Corporation, is also very excited for this achievement and looking forward to serve e-Learning industry.

RAD Corporation is setting up global offices in the USA, Canada, UAE and European Union, to attract new e-Learning projects. RAD Corporation intends to provide a one stop e-Learning service solution at 50-70% less than competitors in all global e-Learning spaces. When companies think about LMS, “ActiveLearning LMS” should be the first name that pops into their mind. We are confident, we can achieve goals by offering the best platform on the market at the most competitive price, which is backed by the amazing 24/7 customer support.

About RAD Corporation

Founded by Imran Aziz in 1999, RAD Corporation is a global Company, having it’s headquarter in Pakistan. It comprises over 10 operating companies in several business sectors: Information Technology, B2B, Online Education, Design and Multimedia to name a few. RAD Corporation has operations in 3 countries and providing services to over 70 countries. International News Coverage as of June 21, 2014

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