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WBT Systems Introduces TopClass Now! a Cloud-Based Learning Management System

WBT Systems today announced the availability of TopClass Now!, a hosted and full-featured LMS package designed for Associations and Professional Bodies with exceptional features, at an affordable price point.

Sep 10 2013, 10:40am CDT | by PR.com

Nashua, NH, September 10, 2013 --(PR.com)-- WBT Systems today announced the availability of TopClass Now!, a hosted and full-featured LMS package designed for Associations and Professional Bodies. The new TopClass Now! offering comes with a complete set of services to enable an organization to launch its eLearning programs in less than a week.

“TopClass Now! is an excellent alternative to our enterprise edition LMS, as it offers much of the same robust functionality,” said Paul Dooley, CEO at WBT Systems. “But it is designed for Associations and Professional Bodies that have less complex eLearning requirements and for those that do not want to set up and maintain their own system.”

TopClass Now! has all the features required to manage, deliver and track educational programs online, but offers more, including;

· Certification management and self-service printing
· Management and tracking of continuing education credits
· Online assessments for creating and executing tests, surveys and quizzes
· Catalog and eCommerce functionality for online sales of all training products
· Branding of TopClass Now! screens to match an organization’s look and feel

“TopClass Now! is hosted by WBT, but customers have access to their own dedicated system. The advantage of having a dedicated system is that if an organization's business needs evolve over time and they require a transition to our enterprise LMS, they can switch seamlessly, without having to engage in a risky migration project,” said Gilles Defer, Director of Business Development at WBT Systems.

TopClass Now! monthly pricing starts at $1,500 and includes technical support and upgrades.

For further information see www.wbtsystems.com/topclass-now

Contact Information:
WBT Systems
Christine Roche
(603) 654-3500
Contact via Email
www.wbtsystems.com

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