Tata Interactive Systems launches TrackMoBL

Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a division of Tata
Industries, has announced the release of TrackMoBL, a mobile application to help
organizations track training data from mobile devices and tablets.  

The device could either be an Android-based phone or
tablet, or iOS-based iPhone or iPad. TrackMoBL supports SCORM 1.2-compliant
courses which can be downloaded, launched, and tracked.

Users can download the TrackMoBL native application from
the Apple app store, the Android Market, or an enterprise server for which the
license needs to be procured by the client organization.

Users download courses and then launch them off-line. To
download the courseware, users connect to a server that hosts the training

The native app tracks user data on the local device using
SQLite database. This enables the user to exit and resume the course at any
point. The native app also stores the status of the course.

The TrackMoBL app is designed to connect to TIS’
proprietary SCORM 1.2-compliant mLMS. Using this LMS, the
Administrator/Training Manager creates user accounts and uploads the courses
and assigns them to the appropriate users.

Users download the app and enter their credentials, which
are authenticated by the LMS. Upon course completion, the data is synchronized
with the LMS. Reports can be generated by the Administrator/Training Manager
from the mLMS.

“We are excited to offer this application to our
clients, as it helps them to more easily track training usage from mobile
devices and tablets. As a result, critical training data that was not easily
available from existing mobile learning platforms can now be accessed and
reviewed more quickly,” said Tij Nerurkar, chief operating officer at Tata Interactive Systems.

Recently, Tata Interactive Systems has said 
it will digitise 1,000 schools spanning 140 cities by deploying its
classroom solution Classedge by the end of the current academic year. The
city-based Tata Group firm has already deployed the Classedge classroom
solution in 100 schools across 52 cities,

By Telecomlead.com Team
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