The last few years can be described as \"explosive\" in the mobile application development market. There is a huge number of services, this trend affects the business community and the use of mobile technologies in all spheres becomes the norm. Under existing conditions of market relations, enterprises inevitably face the main difficulty - their competitiveness, which is strongly related to the qualification and level of personnel training. Heads of companies are fully aware of the fact that it is necessary to invest today in the development of the company and employees to be successful tomorrow. Top management understands the dependence of the quality of work of employees, departments, units, services and the company as a whole on the quality of training and qualification of personnel. For this purpose, corporate training systems are being developed, based on remote computer training technologies and the use of mobile means. The article describes the content of the developed concept of personalized corporate e-learning using mobile applications based on ontologies. It is concluded that it is crucial to create corporate knowledge bases and a corporate competence catalog. The relevance of building corporate learning systems based on the knowledge base, which is represented by ontologies, that allows you to create educational objects of different levels and complexity is explained. The analysis of the identification of individual characteristics and preferences of employees for training and advanced training represents the great interest, as well as experience in managing intellectual assets of leading companies. It is proposed to integrate LMS with the corporate knowledge base in order to increase efficiency and lack of duplication of information, so that training courses can be created from the available articles. This allows to significantly reduce the time for the preparation of e-learning courses, improve the efficiency of corporate training and reduce the costs of retraining and upgrading the skills of staff.
Author(s): Bakanova Anna Pavlovna, Okulov Sergej Aleksandrovich, Chunaev Anton Vladimirovich, Loginov Konstantin Viktorovich, Shikov Aleksey Nikolaevich