Sequensant Partners with e-Learn Now to Make New Hire Training Even Easier

eLearning That Delivers ROI.

Orlando, FL, January 13, 2009 --( Sequensant, a HR automation company, partnered with e-Learn Now last month to enable organizations to effectively deliver, manage, and measure e-learning. The e-Learn Now Learning Management System (LMS) consists of a unified database where new hires can logon and access training courses online.

The e-Learn Now software is currently available in two versions, eLN Enterprise (Levels 1, 1as and 2) and eLN SaaSeLearn. eLN Level 1as and Level 2 provide full compliance/conformance with all AICC and SCORM standards. Not just the mandatory standards but all optional standards as well. eLN offers a hosted LMS solution that can be immediately deployed globally. Or choose to purchase the complete application and host within your own enterprise. Because the eLN LMS can be an intranet or Internet hosted system, it is capable of being deployed globally in a fraction of the time typical of such an endeavor, dramatically reducing associated costs.

e-Learn Now's LMS is an integral part of the breakthrough technology that allows us to deliver comprehensive services and the latest custom and off-the-shelf training content to learners. e-Learn Now provides all the applications customers need to implement, manage, and deliver knowledge -- and realize bottom-line results.

“In keeping with Sequensant’s practice of providing best in class HR point solutions, e-Learn Now is the best product on the market for easily distributed distance learning,” stated Bill Morgan, owner of Sequensant.

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About Sequensant
Sequensant, a HR automation company, identifies HR processes that can be outsourced effectively and handles the implementation completely. The company works to help clients anticipate and resolve HR challenges, create a solution that works with their current system, and enhances their ability to support corporate strategy and growth. Sequensant’s focus includes paperless onboarding, applicant tracking systems, e-verification, work opportunity tax credits, and HR outsourcing.

Natalie Grbic