This latest iteration of iTacit opens up an innovative and accessible revenue stream for organizations, creating an easy way for them to market their training content to the ever-growing audience of professionals using the digital workplace solution. FREDERICTON, New Brunswick, March 23, 2022 (Newswire.com) – iTacit announced today that the award-winning employee platform and learning management system (LMS) now includes eCommerce functionality for organizations to promote revenue-generating courses and training material.
This latest iteration of iTacit opens up an innovative and accessible revenue stream for organizations, creating an easy way for them to market their training content to the ever-growing audience of professionals using the digital workplace solution.
“Our eCommerce release opens up a new potential customer base for iTacit,” states Luke Megarity, iTacit’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “For organizations that have been using iTacit for years, it gives them another way to deliver quality learning content to their workforce and member base.”
This upgrade introduces more flexibility and value than ever before for organizations leveraging the mobile training app. Inside the platform, administrators can set up and manage the sale of their own content – for internal audiences and extended enterprise – and plug-in external vendors or courses.
Megarity adds: “We’re elevating our LMS beyond being just a corporate LMS or compliance LMS and reinforcing our focus on professional development for the entire workforce being as accessible and innovative as it can be.”
With a list of leading content partners and integrations already, the employee LMS has been consistently adding value for organizations going through digital transformation.
The employee platform offers digital workplace features like email-free messaging, digital forms, workflows, and resource management, but it is all built around the robust LMS at the core of the solution.
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