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BlueVolt® Announces Record Fourth Quarter and 2011 Results For Its Extended Learning Management System(February 03, 2012)
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) February 03, 2012
BlueVolt set another record for the number of new learners added to its Learning Management System (LMS) in a single quarter with 23,357 new users. This is a 25% increase over new users added in the third quarter and a 132% increase compared to the fourth quarter of 2010. In addition, 1,338 new online courses were added to the BlueVolt LMS, bringing the total number of courses available to 20,940.
BlueVolt also launched online Universities for two new customers in the fourth quarter: Nation Wide Local Contractors and Home Provider Network. BlueVolts online Universities provide a central hub for a companys online training efforts and make it easy to train, track and reward participants.
The fourth quarter extended a strong year for BlueVolt, now in its 10th year of delivering online training throughout the building and construction trades. In 2011, BlueVolt added more than 68,000 new learners and ~3,800 new courses to its Learning Management System, which allows customers to deliver training content that educates and communicates a companys messages to people throughout an entire industry. Learners enrolled in over 350,000 online courses ranging from on-the-job safety courses to the latest product training from leading manufacturers during the year.
BlueVolts unique incentive and rewards program allows learners to earn $BlueBucks as they successfully complete online courses and prove their knowledge. In the fourth quarter, BlueVolt awarded 116,124 $BlueBucks, bringing the total for 2011 to 402,819. $BlueBucks are instantly redeemable for virtual gift cards, which are valid at hundreds of online and retail businesses.
BlueVolt continually updates its Learning Management System to accommodate its customers feature requests and improve its overall user experience. In 2011, there were 29 releases with major new features and enhancements including a wizard to simplify course uploading and categorization and a mobile interface that provides access to interactive courses, quizzes and videos from most mobile devices, such as the iPad, iPhone and Android browsers.
In December, the company hosted its third, in-person BlueVolt Academy of the year. This program helps attendees learn to launch, market, and manage a successful elearning program.
We are excited about the successes we achieved in 2011, said Don Spear, BlueVolt president and CEO. The strong relationships weve built in the building and construction trades over the last decade continue to expand and were looking forward to accelerated growth in 2012.
About BlueVolt (http://www.BlueVolt.com): Portland, Oregon-based BlueVolt is the leading provider of online Learning Management Systems (LMS) for the manufacturing, construction and service industries. BlueVolts LMS for the extended enterprise delivers easy-to-use training across an entire company and its suppliers, sales channel, associations and customers. The LMS delivers affordable training, verifies knowledge and reports results all in one place. BlueVolts unique approach to online training encourages learning with its proven reward program that is valuable to those offering and participating in learning. As of January 2012, BlueVolt has delivered over 1,126,000 courses to over 195,000 registered users. BlueVolt recently won a Learning Leader award from Bersin & Associates for Vendor Innovation in Learning and Talent Management and also was named to the TrainingIndustry.com Learning Portal Companies Watch List for its innovative approach to learning. For more information, visit http://www.BlueVolt.com.
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