The digital learning content management business solution provider, eXact learning solutions, is one of this year’s sponsors of DevLearn 2015, the e-learning industry’s largest international exhibition. The event takes place in Las Vegas from September 30 to October 2.


In addition to demonstrating its leading edge learning content management system (LCMS) at DevLearn – in booth number 411 – eXact learning solutions is sponsoring the charging station area at the exhibition and is the official sponsor of the DevLearn mobile app.


According to Valerio Torda, eXact learning solutions’ Managing Director, “Sponsoring DevLearn this year is one of several indications that eXact learning solutions is mounting a major campaign to expand its presence in the US market, providing a high-tech valid alternative to US-based LCMS competitors. Other initiatives include a series of Road Shows around the US, to allow more learning and development professionals to experience the user-friendly power and potential of the eXact learning LCMS and its related suite of products and services.”


Valerio Torda, eXact learning solutions' managing director.

“In particular, at DevLearn, eXact learning solutions will be unveiling a fundamentally redesigned mobile app for all main portable devices and platforms, including iOS, Android and Windows,” said Federico Dondero, eXact learning solutions’ Sales and Marketing Manager. “eXact learning Mobile is a solution for standards-based, single-source content management, delivery and tracking for organizations that aim to improve their key business processes and their human resource capital.”


Federico Dondero, of eXact learning solutions.


As Europe’s leader in the LCMS sector, the eXact learning LCMS – an LCMS that allows for rapid content development through collaboration between subject matter experts (SMEs) and courseware designers, regardless of their location or specialization – has a number of high profile customers. In Britain alone these include Kaplan Publishing, Intuition, Tribal Group, Health Education England and Axelos, a joint venture, set up by the UK Government and Capita.