Whatfix Launches World's First SCORM-compliant In-app Guidance Tool

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March 16, 2016

Whatfix is a SaaS-based company that helps companies create and integrate interactive walkthroughs on any website or web app. The company that boasts of the easiest to use walkthrough tool, today, announced that it is SCORM 1.2 compliant.

With the SCORM compliancy enabled, Whatfix has become the world’s first in-app guidance tool to do so. Speaking on the release, Khadim Batti, Whatfix CEO, said, “A lot of our users gave us feedback in regards to their needs on an LMS. They loved using Whatfix for internal training and wanted to track training performance along with triggering in-app guidance from their LMSs.”

With SCORM compliancy enabled, Whatfix gives training managers the ability to create course material with absolute ease. Furthermore, they can upload and track the usage of these courses using Whatfix. Talking about the release, Vara Kumar, Whatfix CTO, said, “With the ability to integrate Whatfix into any LMS, trainers are able to streamline and accelerate their training programs like never before.”

Unlike the static guides used in LMSs today, Whatfix with SCORM compliance allows training managers to integrate interactive walkthroughs with ease to provide in-app training. With the See Live feature, participants in training programs are able train themselves on the web app itself.

For more information on the solution, email sales@Whatfix.com or visit press.whatfix.com.

About Whatfix

Whatfix is the simplest way to create and integrate interactive walkthroughs on any website or web app. Whatfix automagically generates the walkthrough in multiple formats, including articles, slideshows, and videos, and helps companies and business owners simplify their onboarding, customer support, and training and documentation efforts.

Whatfix is fast growing and used by companies across verticals and sectors. Some of the companies that trust Whatfix include Google, Flipkart, BMC, AVNet, Schneider Electric, and Birlasoft to name a few. Learn more at whatfix.com.

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