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eFront is an open source modern learning and training platform. It is visually attractive, Ajax powered, eLearning and talent management platform.

eFront comes with an intuitive icon-based user interface. It is particularly noteworthy in offering a wide range of features from content creation, test builder, project management, extended statistics, many communication tools, payments support, social extensions and more. It is a SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004/4th edition compliant and certified system translated in over 40 languages.

eFront is targeted at both the academic and company usage. Several features of the platform (e.g., skills management, organization structure) make it suitable for inner organization usage, especially at HRM departments.

Besides the community edition (which is released under an open source license), there are three commerical editions targeted at businesses, the educational community, and professionals.

 eFront 3.6.15

Free to download





System Requirements
Web server (preferably Apache)
PHP 5.1 or higher
MySQL 5 (4+will work)

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Features include:

  • Content management
  • Test Builders
  • Reports engine
  • Icon based interface, Ajax powered
  • Extensible via modules
  • Skills management
  • Skills gap tests management
  • Job positions management
  • Organisation structure management
  • Facebook interconnection
  • Support for several communication tools (internal messaging, forum, chat, calendar)
  • Social extensions
  • Payments support
  • Easy to use - eFront was built with the end user in mind. The interface is natural, and easy to navigate
  • Visually attractive
  • Technologically advanced. It is an object-oriented, Ajax powered, Unicode, LDAP and SCORM (1.2 and 2004/4th edition) supporting, multilingual eLearning platform
  • LDAP support
  • Addons such as surveys, blogs, calendar and file sharing
  • Integrated to eFront are sound pedagogical concepts that guide users and keep them motivated
  • Highly extensible
  • Integrated multi-language support

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