Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), which offers E-learning services and solutions, has developed LearNow, a mobile learning ecosystem for enterprises. LearNow offers learning solutions for employees within organizations. The application claims to track performance and also create assessments dynamically on the mobile platform. It can be used by organizations to deploy training for selling new products, customer interaction guides, and step-by-step guides for deploying sales processes. TIS claims that enterprises with a significant mobile or shop floor workforce will benefit from the solution as it helps to lower maintenance and repair time of machines through its Totally Advanced Performance (TAP) system that loads specific job guides when the user scans particular QR codes affixed on machines or components. What's interesting is that the company claims that the adoption costs are as low as US$ 1 per person, per month. Tata Interactive Systems also provides other mobile learning solutions through their m-learning applications on mobile. Based in Mumbai, Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) is developer of e-learning solutions and its solutions are designed for Education Government and Defense, Telecommunications and ICT, Pharmaceuticals and Health Care, Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance; Airlines, Transportation, Logistics, and Hospitality, Consumer Package Goods, and Manufacturing, Energy, and Construction. TIS caters to three segments - Corporate, Education and Government, and currently operates in US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, India, Netherlands, mainland Europe, and Japan. Other enterprise E-learning solutions Edusys, a company that focuses on education training and certification, raised $7.5 million from Sequoia Capital. Edusys offers specific courses and test preparation modules, online and classroom…
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