Adobe Captivate Prime is a learning management system that enables users to set up and measure students’ training.
Its features include auto-assigning activities, recurring certification training, reports and notifications, user management, course equivalent offerings, instructor sessions, and a mobile app with screen recording functionality.
The Fluidic Player feature provides an e-learning experience that is compliant with video files, PDFs, DOCX, SCORM, and xAPI.
The Enroller feature allows users to assign roles, learning programs, and courses to individuals as well as teams. Users can assign activities to learners based on skill sets, roles, and locations.
The system also automatically reassigns certifications once designated courses and learning programs are completed. It can also automate reports, group assignments, email notifications, and reminders.
Instructors can manage activities by scheduling and rescheduling sessions, marking attendance, accepting student submissions, and more.
Francis M. Especialidad: Tecnología y servicios de la información Número de empleados: 2-10 empleados
Still a newbie will know more as i interact. However the features are what drew us to this software
presentation development and deployment as well as integration to adobeconnect
Instal was a handful
and took very long.
Mitchell F. Especialidad: Comercio minorista Número de empleados: 13-50 empleados
The software meets our needs, and hosts all content we need. It takes a lot of learning to grasp the system, and you will be doing most of the learning on your own. Certainly a competitive service. Definitely worth your consideration.
This software has all the features that you may be looking for in an LMS. It has some CRM features, can host all standard e-learning file types, has a social learning function, and allows for a solid user experience.
I didn't like how there is no method to execute all functions on the LMS without swapping between user profiles. Admin has certain permissions, as does the author and learner roles. It's your responsibility to learn which profile type does what.
Additionally, the customer service is quite slow. If you're looking for quick support on the service, you'd be better off troubleshooting on your own. I rarely get an appointment with my CapPrime rep within the same week I request it.
Finally, the system is inexpensive, but requires a big upfront cost. They currently only offer a 3-year commitment plan to the service. If I would've known about the speed of customer service I would've reconsidered our choice.
Krishna Y. Especialidad: Dispositivos médicos Número de empleados: 10,001+ empleados
Overall it is a great experience using Captivate.
Adobe did a great job adding great features to the product over the years. From a simple authoring to tool to advanced, this tool has grown to become any content developers' dreams. The addition of 360° interactivity opened a new dimension in learning.
I hope Adobe Captivate team finds a way to make fluid boxes simple and easy. Currently, they are complex when using.
Cassie C. Especialidad: Fabricación de productos eléctricos/electrónicos Número de empleados: 201-500 empleados
It has been good. I wouldn't say great. The customer support is good, very responsive and friendly but often they don't have a solution or explanation for what I need help with. The product is good. It's user friendly but sometimes it can be glitchy and doesn't seem to accommodate every thing that we need it to do in a manufacturing facility.
I like the new social aspects, developing content and always having fresh content is a huge tasks and I have a very small team so I can see how that will be extremely helpful especially for professional positions.
It is very easy to use, I demo's several learning management systems before deciding and this one seemed most practical and affordable.
My rep is great and very responsive.
The reports. It does an okay job of reporting what activities have taken place, but there is still a lot of information that we need that we cannot easily get. We have to do a lot of manipulating in excel to get the info we need. Examples: who can who has logged in but it doesn't tell you who hasn't logged in. You cannot export a report from the content library to easily see what all content exists in the system. Admins don't get notified or have a central place to review what is happening in the social aspect of the system or course discussion boards so it is very hard to control and make sure people don't post anything that would be considered unprofessional or misleading.
We need our employees to engage in and track their hands on training but they work in a manufacturing setting, they aren't at computers all day, they don't have access, and most don't know how, to upload a document to confirm they completed an activity module.
Because many of our employees don't have computer access on the shop floor they also don't have work email accounts so it would be extremely helpful for them to receive push notifications via text messaging, I know that currently exists for billing and password recovery I don't understand why it isn't possible for enrollment notifications.
Supervisors cannot communicate or do evaluations with their employees through the system. I know several LMS systems we demo'd did include that, I was suprised that Adobe didn't have something like that.
Carolyne B. Especialidad: Recursos Humanos Número de empleados: 13-50 empleados
Overall I think it's a good program, there are a few things that are missing but overall we are satisfied with the quality and usability.
It's easy to use. You're able to upload a wide range of documents to make it custom for learning.
There are some features that are missing that would benefit us... for example, setting a time limit on a course or building a quiz in the program rather than having to out source it. Ultimately, the more things you can host yourselves would be best in terms of ease of use as well as the ability to protect costs.