Unstopped appreciation, the feeling of being the best and a proud successful moment, Nov 11th 2018 witnessed all these feelings in abundance of successful data migration from Blackboard 9.1 to mElimu 3.2 (Moodle like architecture).
Our excellence in the education sector has been widely appreciated and accepted and probably that’s the reason why Higher Education in Africa is appreciating our services with long term association commitment. Taking that into account, it was on 11th October 2018, Thursday, at an Educational Event in Africa happened to meet the highly recognised CIO of one of the TVET. He was keen to discover our expertise in Blackboard LMS data migration. We got the golden opportunity to show our capabilities and worth and that was the first start point to what relations we have with this person today. Interested to know about One Year Success Story from challenging data migration journey to fully adaptive Offline Mobile LMS? Here’s a piece of interesting details.
If we recall the admission process before implementation of CRM in higher education institutions what clicks in our mind is long queues, loads of paperwork and chaos at enquiry window. A prospective student looks for courses of his or her interests, spends time in downloading or printing the prospectus for each program, goes to the bank for depositing fees, spending hours standing in a queue and hassling with papers. Similarly, registrars were also having tough time with enrollments, paperwork and handling large number of queries and reports.
Entire sales cycle, be it presales or post sales, is the most important link in any business cycle. There are always ongoing and consistent reformations towards increasing sales in every organization as it decides the actual revenue that the company is going to reap at the end of the year.
Budget is always a concern for the organizations irrespective of the industry and size, organizations are putting continuous effort to cut cost and improve their bottom line. Learning & development is one of the areas which requires maximum resources. Providing learning opportunities and developing necessary skills to the employees is important to extract best out of their capabilities.
Looking on to the fast-paced changes in technology we need to look forward that which of the emerging innovations are most likely to lay an impact on the eLearning landscape. E-learning is a global phenomenon which is set to grow year on year as more people are accessing the internet and connected devices. Here are the some of the advanced trends that will drive e-learning in upcoming years:
21st December, 2015, Nairobi: mElimu is glad to announce that its Ecommerce website has been launched for the African market. An eLearning solution provider, mElimu originally is engaged in offering its ‘Digital University in a box solution’ to an array of educational institutions in Indian and African markets.