Rapid eLearning development is a well-accepted standard in creating impactful learning programs and has become more of a norm rather than a trend

"Learning should be same irrespective of any tool/approach"


Some learning programmes need to be delivered swiftly to meet either specific roll-outs or due to budget constraints. Rapid eLearning development without compromising the learning experience is essential in such scenario. Whether the course is developed in a week or 8 to 10 weeks, the learner experience needs to be same.

We help customers meet such training delivery needs. In our Rapid eLearning Development framework, we use various tools and approaches to ensure the learner takes away key learning points and applies them on the job.


Development methodology

We have expertise on the following approaches for rapid eLearning development:

  1. PPT to eLearning
  2. Template based development using non-PPT approach

Tool expertise

We can deliver courses rapidly using the following tools:

Rapid eLearning development is a well-accepted standard in creating impactful learning programs and has become more of a norm rather than a trend. Few years back, rapid eLearning development was seen as a quick fix and a solution to deploy courses quickly. The tools such as Articulate Presenter and iSpring were used to convert existing training courses in the form of PPTs to web-based courses.

However, now with the advent of Articulate Storyline and Custom HTML5, the demand for quicker turnaround in course development has only grown stronger. These tools enable in creating rich and engaging courses without compromising on the functionality or the quality of the look-and-feel of the courses. In that context, Rapid eLearning development is no longer should be seen as a cheaper alternative to the traditional development frameworks.

If you have ready materials that need to be rapidly converted to smart and engaging courses, please do contact us.


In our rapid eLearning development framework, we use various tools and approaches to ensure the learner takes away key learning points and applies them on the job