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ReadyGo Inc. specializes in tools to automate web-based training. Its primary product, ReadyGo Web Course Builder (WCB), helps organizations develop training materials in a manner similar to how word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software changed their respective business tasks. This authoring tool lets subject mater experts (SMEs) produce web-based training in a short period of time. The company's e-leaning authoring tool, ReadyGo WCB, and its server componenet ReadyGo SST allows clients to register their students and save student information. ReadyGo provides services, which include hosting and course development. The company is based in Mountain View, CA, USA.
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ReadyGo WCB + Suite

Content experts may use ReadyGo Web Course Builder's wizard-like interface to create a e-learning courses that include navigation, chapters, pages, exercises, tests, glossaries, FAQ, and help. The tool runs on Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, or NT. Producing courses in standard HTML and JavaScript, which make it easy for students using standard Web browsers to take courses. No special technology is needed to serve a ReadyGo course; courses reside on a CD, hard drive, intranet, extranet, or Internet web server. All courses produced meet standards including AICC, SCORM, XML, and ADA/508 for blind-readers. ReadyGo's Server Side Testing works with ReadyGo WCB. SST provides student registration, tracking of test and survey questions, and the creation of certificates of completion. Course creators can choose to pre register students or let students self register. Each time a student takes a test all test information is saved including answers to each test question. Course creators can choose to randomize test/survey questions or have test/survey questions chosen from a pool of questions. Student information can be viewed via a series of on-line reports or downloaded in a comma-separated file into Excel or a database.  
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