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Training-Online.eu Announces Free Cloud Learning Management System For SMBs

The platform is helping smaller businesses onboard and educate employees at an affordable cost, reports www.training-online.eu.

Prague, Czech Republic – October 17, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

Premier e-Learning software provider Training-Online.eu announced the introduction of their affordable cloud-based learning management system. On a mission to help small and medium-sized businesses onboard and educate their employees at an affordable cost, the company is now offering business owners the chance to create their own platform for free. Training-Online.eu’s FREE e-learning platform can be personalized to meet business branding needs, and users will enjoy a robust set of features designed to help them get started quickly and easily.

“A great employee training program is an important part of every business’ foundation because it ensures that they have the necessary knowledge and skills to provide exceptional products and services to customers. Unfortunately, many business owners don’t do as much training as they should simply because of how expensive it can be. Fortunately, Training-Online.eu has provided a solution to that problem. Our cloud learning management system allows businesses to create a customized platform with no initial investment needed, saving them a lot of money so they can provide vital employee training without breaking their budget,” said Jan Prochazka of Training-Online.eu s.r.o.

Training-Online.eu’s pricing structure allows business owners to easily manage their education costs based on the number of employee course assignments, as the platform has no fixed fees for the number of users or courses. In addition to being affordable, Training-Online.eu’s LMS is also extremely easy to use from the very first experience, has multiple languages available, and offers employees flexible time limits for finishing courses. Of course, the cloud-based ‘software as a service’ model means that there is no special hardware to buy, and employees can access their courses from any desktop or mobile device.

Prochazka went on to say, “Simply put, Training-Online.eu’s FREE learning management system is a game changer in the education industry, finally giving business owners a way to reduce their operating costs while simultaneously increasing their efficiency. In this fast-changing world, our LMS can help them stay ahead of their competition as their employees gain the knowledge and skills they need to help take the business to the next level.”

About Training-Online.eu s.r.o.:

Training-Online.eu is an easy-to-use cloud based e-Learning platform and e-Learning software for mid-sized companies, educational agencies and coaching projects. The platform is equipped with eShop solution where companies may offer all their courses to internet users. LMS provides tools for online education with rich media content for lessons, and its icon navigation is user friendly and creates a positive user experience. Training-Online.eu’s free platform can be created in multiple languages in 1 minute and carries no monthly fees or initial licenses.

Contact Info:
Name: Jan Prochazka
Email: Send Email
Organization: TRAINING ONLINE s.r.o.
Address: Pod Rapidem 4
Phone: +420 732145886

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