Jersey City, NJ, April 12, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- After being rated by Kineo as 'one of the fastest eLearning development tools in the market', RapideL Enhance has earned itself a marvelous rating from Training Media Review. After a month long, in–depth review with absolutely no involvement from Brainvisa, TMR recently released its recommendation for RapideL Enhance.
Here is a part of what the report says- "I give the RapideL authoring tool a strong buy recommendation for learning organizations in which most of the core content is built by subject matter experts. Since the courseware templates incorporate sound instructional design principles, content developers without any formal Instructional Systems Design know-how can consistently create good learning materials."
RapideL Enhance, referred to as an efficient and effective design and development tool, has also been praised for its ease-of-use, its detailed help and its online review mechanism. The use of templates has been recommended as a sensible option where consistency of the course is a business requirement.
RapideL, the Rapid eLearning suite developed by Brainvisa consists of Two products, namely Enhance 3.1 and Discover 1.0. The RapideL technology enables Instructional Designers and SMEs to author content in the basic MS-Word authoring interface and create engaging eLearning courses in Flash. Brainvisa's RapideL is also enabled with support for language localization and supports up to 22 languages. It supports European and Asian languages. Hence, it is possible to create multilingual versions of the same course using RapideL. RapideL supports languages like German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese and many more. While Enhance 3.1 promises to help one develop engaging eLearning courses in quick time, Discover 1.0 is a great tool to create non-linear, branched courses. Using Discover 1.0, one can now create scenario-based, conversational type Adaptive learning, within no time!
To download a free trial of RapideL, please visit http://www.rapidel.com
Based out of US, UK, Australia and India, Brainvisa is one of the fastest growing learning solutions companies. Incorporated in 2000, it has been consistently growing at a rate of over 100% and today is a 400+ people company with two state-of-the-art development centers in India. Brainvisa offers end-to-end blended learning solutions which includes Consulting & Training Needs Analysis, Design and Development, Deployment and Maintenance. Brainvisa has helped Fortune 1000 clients to achieve competitive advantage through increased sales, improved productivity, reduced time to market, improved employee retention and reduced training time. Brainvisa's team consists of professionals in the fields of learning consulting, HR consulting, instructional design, graphic design, and multimedia programming. This well honed team has developed over 15000 hours of eLearning, over 1500 hours of ILT and over 300 calendar days of blended learning for the clientele spread across US, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region. Brainvisa's Technology solutions helps their clients centrally manage the Human Capital performance, track current competency levels, gaps thereby reduce gaps and enhance productivity. The company has to its credit, accolades won from Brandon Hall for its solutions. Kineo, a UK based eLearning consultancy and research firm recently evaluated Brainvisa's RapideL as a part of their latest research on rapid eLearning tools. The review is available at http://www.kineo.co.uk/rapid-e-learning/raidel-7.html
About Training Media Review
Training Media Review (www.tmreview.com) is an online service that provides independent reviews of media-based training and training technology along with articles on training issues. Founded in 1993, TMR offers subscribers a searchable database of nearly 1,500 reviews, written by independent training, human resource, and technology professionals, and comparative reports on such topics as learning management systems, synchronous systems, and leadership training. TMR currently has over 50 reviewers and observes the strictest conflict-of-interest policies in the industry. Its reviews appear each month in Learning Circuits, a technology-centric ezine published by the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD). The editor of TMR also writes the monthly products column appearing in T+D magazine, also published by ASTD.