Imagine creating and tracking interactive online courses in days instead of months.
FlexTraining provides streamlined templates, navigation, and tracking.
Gather information here or ask about your project.
Finally, a learning system that's completely different, adapting
to you and your unique requirements.
Operated by non-technical staff or by us at FlexTraining.
Owned by IT department or consultants.
Owned by any group or department, or scaled to serve the enterprise.
Authoring, delivery, tracking done on seperate tools or "silos".
All-in-one integrated platform from end to end.
Modify policies and behavior by programming or complex configuration.
Set options and workflow in a few minutes.
Build courses by starting from scratch with complex, unfamiliar software.
Use One-Minute Wizards to generate lessons from existing materials such as PowerPoint.
Run long reports and distribute to management to monitor progress.
Track activity on Dashboard app, run reports as needed.
Load up your staff with Instructional Designers and LMS specialists.
We'll handle partial or complete course development so you can focus on your business.
Extra courses, extra authors, or extra managers mean extra fees.
All these are free - we encourage you to grow.
Tech support from overseas "support shops" and inexperienced agents.
Dependable framework with support from FlexTraining developers.
Operating the system is often tricky and frustrating.
Fun to use, which supports creativity. Love what you do!
"FlexTraining has set the standards for the industry; all others fall short of its quality and appearance."
Application Specialist, EZELAUNCH
" Our training was up and running right away. FlexTraining really hit it out of the park!"
Jeff McLendon - President
US Lumber Inc.
" We had no idea that, by choosing FlexTraining,
we would be getting both an outstanding application and the support of a dynamic team.
It is obvious that they not only believe in their product but also take pride in the
success of their consumers."
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