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Discussing Bright with an active customer that runs thousands of people through their system a month:

The marketing for Bright should definitely include that fact the system does not require an administrator or an owner. I think that’s really unique. It’s very user-centric, not administrator-centric.

– T Dale, Penman Communications

Our philosophy is that the “LMS” piece should be completely invisible to the user, except at specific points as defined in the user requirements. So if you want to show a user’s progress somewhere, then “say that” by embedding a shortcode that shows progress in that spot.

Really the only visible parts of the “LMS” are the places in the tool where it says “Launch” [unless you want it say something else].

In this way, we can call Bright a “declarative LMS” that runs on autopilot.