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CallidusCloud's Litmos Selected by Sentinel Security Life for Better Training Courses, Assessments

October 29, 2012

Recently, Callidus Software (News - Alert) Inc., a provider of cloud software, revealed that Sentinel Security Life, a company that powers insurance to families, would be using its CallidusCloud's Litmos learning management system (LMS) in order to provide training courses and assessments

To manage the incentives and bonus plans of its agents, Sentinel Security Life is an existing user of CallidusCloud's Incentive Compensation Management solution. In the third quarter of 2012, the agreement was signed.

"As a growing insurance company, Sentinel was searching for a cost effective method of training our employees, agents, and policyholders,” said Dan Hudgens, national sales director at Sentinel, in a statement.

He added that as needs and resources increased, his company wanted to identify a solution that would provide it with the flexibility to grow. In addition, it required a product that would be ready to use immediately and necessitated minimal development.

To better educate everyone involved in the distribution of its insurance products, an online training library is being built and looking at its needs, CallidusCloud's Litmos proved to be the best fit. The offering provides an easy-to-use mobile solution for learning and training anytime, anywhere. Litmos LMS also provides a platform that enables customers to build and manage professional looking online courses themselves.

To see precisely when students have completed their training, how long they took, and what scores they achieved, system users have access to real-time reporting. Requiring no resources or support from the IT department, the SCORM-certified hosted training system can be launched in just minutes.

Moreover, CallidusCloud's ICM solution is built to deliver extreme automation in integration, plan configuration, producer management, payout calculation and communication. With ease of use and reduced operational complexity, it is a highly configurable solution supporting rapid deployment. As part of the solution, through the Web or a customer relationship management system, the producer portal allows for delivery of payment and performance-related information.



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