We're almost there: Forma 3 is already in its second beta release and the new official major release will finally be launched soon. So what's new?
As seen in previous articles, Forma already does, natively, many strategic things for any Digital Academy. Yet, what happens when you have to implement custom mechanisms or functionalities to support your proprietary methodology, or some specific requirement pertaining to your sector?
In many Digital Academy projects, it has been necessary to use a single installation for different companies or customers and, therefore, to diversify users' experience in various regards: Forma LMS has, natively, several features that have proved to be fundamental to face this type of reality.
How can this complexity be addressed?
In an increasingly digital world, the success of an LMS (Learning Management System) no longer depends only on the quality of the educational content and training tools it includes, but also on the ability to offer an open, integrated and inclusive learning environment (learning ecosystem).