Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, announced further steps to deliver enhanced governance, risk and compliance solutions to organizations globally. The delivery of a new Learning Management System (LMS), Accelus Learning Manager and integration of WeComply, a leading provider of compliance e-learning, into its offerings will bring increased scalability, performance, capacity and language support to Thomson Reuters online educational courses.
These enhancements build on a structured 18 months of execution by Thomson Reuters Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) business to continue to provide enhanced e-learning solutions to its customers. Last year the firm acquired UK-based e-learning business, MHA, and Asia-based e-learning business, Knowledge Platform, to build out the content and language capabilities of its eLearning courses. Additionally, its eLearning offerings were expanded to include the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (FINRA) Firm Element CE e-learning courses; addition of competition, antitrust, anti corruption and anti-bribery courses as part of a joint initiative with Clifford Chance; the delivery of gamified, mobile and analytics-rich courses following a partnership with True Office. Together with the 42 new courses and 59 refreshed courses Thomson Reuters has developed in this period, these partnerships have added 117 courses in an additional 21 languages to the portfolio.
Learning management systems are a critical component when deploying eLearning courses, as they allow learners to access their courses and administrators to assign courses, manage users and produce records of completion to prove compliance. Accelus Learning Manager (ALM) is a new, flexible web-based learning management system that enables firms to more effectively identify, deploy, track and manage their training needs whilst delivering the right content at the right time to mitigate the risk of compliance breaches.
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