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accessplanit invites show attendees to Q&A clients at LearnTech seminar

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On Wednesday 30th January at 11am in Theatre 4 learning and training providers will have the opportunity to listen to two live customer case studies. Jo White from the renowned University of the Arts London and Steve Wilson from international pharmaceutical and healthcare training specialists Delta Kn will explore the business case for choosing an LMS platform and provide insight into the resulting measurable benefits.

The 'Drive down costs and improve you ROI - LMS customers tell you how' seminar will be delivered by both clients who will focus on key drivers for change, exploring individual needs and system solutions defined as business critical.  For show attendees who may be considering an LMS or course booking system, this seminar offers the opportunity to pose questions to clients rather than potential suppliers.

Dave Evans MD explains: "The implementation of a learning management platform or course booking system is a huge step for any organisation.  System functionality and capability is incredibly important, but for us reputation, credibility and the relationships we build with our clients is fundamental to our success.  If you are visiting LearnTech to explore LMS software I would urge you to use this opportunity to engage with Jo and Steve and share their experiences."

accessplanit continues the 'find out more' theme on stand 67 where attendees can access the system direct and book a 'Learning Lunch' webinar. The lunchtime webinars will take place each day at 12 noon week commencing 11th February, offering a guided tour of system functionality including:- 

  • Business intelligence:  how to get the most out of your data
  • How to implement online booking into your training organisation
  • Improving employee engagement
  • Managing compliance within your organisation
  • An introduction to implementing eLearning

Now in its 14th year, Learning Technologies 2013 which takes place at Olympia on 29th/30th January promises to be the best ever attended, with over 11,000 pre-registered attendees over the two days and a fully booked conference.