Agylia is pleased to announce that it has extended its multi-language support for the Agylia Learning Management System (LMS) and mobile learning Apps.
The multi-language support enables learners to select their preferred language for their learning portal and the Apps, which run on their smartphones and tablets.
The number of languages and scripts supported by the Agylia LMS and mobile learning Apps has expanded due to accelerated global demand from customers and a growing partner network. Agylia are also committed to working with its multinational customers and partners to support their learners with further languages as required.
Tim Buff, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at Agylia said, “Providing learning and support that people want to use and come back to again and again is a key aim for all organisations and their learning and development departments. Working with our customers and partners, we know how important it is to provide learning experiences in a learner’s local language - it encourages engagement and participation with learning programmes.”
The Agylia LMS is a mobile, flexible and global solution that provides organisations with a modern platform to manage and deliver their digital learning and performance support programmes, including eLearning, microlearning, videos and PDFs. The Agylia LMS learner portal auto-detects a learner’s language based on their locale - however, a learner can easily select and change to their preferred language - putting the power in their hands.
With the range of Agylia mobile learning Apps - which also enable learners to select their preferred language for use - learners can download the digital learning and support materials they need, ready for access at the point of need on their own iOS and Android mobile devices - even while offline.
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