Intelex is a comprehensive management software that is carefully designed to fit in a variety of industries and aid in a variety of management-related tasks. It is one of the more popular LMS softwares on the market today and has been implemented by many major clients (including several Fortune 500 companies). Intelex offers a free trial of the software and a live demo for those interested in seeing what it can do.
Intelex has a number of products that can perform tasks for many different departments in a company, as well as across companies in different industries. Their software has diverse features across the board including safety operations, customer complaint management, quality assurance, and others. Training development is only a small chunk of what Intelex can do.
The course builder supports a decent amount of files and mediums - anything you can easily upload and manage in your average CMS, and then some. This includes videos, PowerPoint documents, HTML, PDF, and other text documents.
Intelex has been tested and proven over time, trial, and error; it is widely approved as management software across many industries. They are SCORM compliant and have been operating for around 20 years-- in software years, that's as good as a century! It is also notably used by Fortune 500 companies such as Kraft and Sears.
When it comes to "shopping" the software, Intelex's site and materials are not as helpful as they could be. It's difficult to grasp the scope of what their product offers due to the overload of details and pages to navigate through. They tend to use vague terms when describing features and benefits. They also don't clearly list prices - you must request a quote along with specifying your company size and industry.
Though it's a powerful tool when you consider its combination of products and features, it is fairly bare bones as an LMS and provides minimal bells and whistles. It doesn't offer a way to "gamify" your courses or quizzes. There is no ability to administer live training sessions, no certifications for users, and no feedback survey options either. These are all features that their competing LMS systems have, so they certainly fall behind in this category.