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CM Group’s Luminosity Reach Learning Management System number 2 in world’s top Mobile LMSs

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CM Group, a global leader in the field of innovative eLearning and mobile learning solutions, underlined its expertise in innovative learning solutions with its Luminosity Reach next generation Learning Management System (LMS) achieving a place in the world’s ‘Top Mobile LMSs’.

 

Luminosity Reach has been awarded a place in the Top 3 Mobile LMSs worldwide, as part of the ‘LMS Mid Year 2014 Rankings Report’ published by E-Learning 24/7. Its founder, Craig Weiss, was named this year’s second most influential person for eLearning globally. He reviewed over 600 of the world’s leading LMSs to identify the very best.

Weiss described Luminosity Reach as “A very slick LMS with gamification, very modern UI and mobile capabilities. The system continues to get better every time I look at it. Mobile responsive, e-commerce and easy to use makes this a winner.”

Listed amongst Luminosity Reach’s benefits are its ease of use for both learners and administrators. Its gamification features, including a points-based leaderboard and award allocations such as medals, badges and trophies introduce elements of competition and fun into learning programmes.  

With the dual benefit of cloud technology and mobile content delivery, Luminosity Reach empowers learners by delivering the learning content they need regardless of their location. Being mobile ready, Luminosity Reach can deliver learning content to the widest possible range of devices, from PC and laptop browsers, to the latest tablet and smartphone devices.

Luminosity Reach is already proven at scale in some of the largest companies in the world, including QNB, Virgin Trains, NOW TV and Three.

Luminosity Reach comes with optional native mobile learning Apps for iOS, Android and Windows 8 devices, providing an App based learning experience that enables learners to consume learning and reference content as well as performance support tools, even while their device is offline. Content tracking data is automatically synchronised with Luminosity Reach the next time the device is online.

In addition to SCORM, Luminosity Reach supports Tin Can (Experience API). With its Learning Record Store (LRS), Luminosity Reach enables the tracking of learning activities in greater detail. Formal and informal learning, and learning experiences occurring inside and outside the LMS can be captured and reported – increasing an organisation’s understanding of their learners’ development paths.

Tim Buff, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at CM Group said, “2014 has been a very exciting year for Luminosity Reach. This Top 3 award continues the accolades achieved, following Luminosity Reach’s “Top 10 LMS in the World” award earlier this year. We are always very proud to achieve such recognition for our market-leading solutions.”

Find out more about CM Group's Luminosity Reach Learning Management System.