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Simbionix Releases Powerful New Learning Management System With Enhanced True Assessment System(TM)
Date:7/16/2008

CLEVELAND, Ohio and DENVER, Colorado, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Simbionix' eLearning division, eTrinsic, announced the release of version 6.0 of their enhanced Learning Management System (LMS), incorporating the True Assessment System(TM) (TAS) for data reporting.

Simbionix' LMS already delivers state-of-the-art online medical education modules to tens of thousands of users.

V6.0 adds enhanced administration and reporting functions so new users can grasp basic functionality immediately and experienced administrators can perform/carry out common management tasks faster. A streamlined GUI integrates all the features into an easy-to-use interface.

The architecture has been refined for enhanced scalability, greater speed, and superior performance.

Improvements to current features include enhanced rules-based self-registration, manager approval, event scheduling, unlimited group and manager levels, wait-list management, prerequisite management, updated certification management and accreditation reporting.

The new Data Visualization Reports Suite allows administrators to visualize user data quickly so they can easily manage and understand user capabilities and knowledge.

V6.0 also integrates Simbionix simulator data into reports. And by the end of 2008, complete integration of the LMS with the Simbionix Mentor line of virtual reality simulators will be available.

Announcing the release of the new version 6.0 LMS, eTrinsic President Jacques Devaud commented: "We developed the LMS to offer corporations rapid deployment, customized data collection and detailed reporting capabilities not found in other platforms. Version 6.0 offers even more power and flexibility to users and managers, while setting the stage for the first ever integration of simulator and didactic performance data into one seamless product".

Contact:

Inbal Mazor

VP Marketing

Tel: +972-8-9211177


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