Fidelity Investments has announced plans to buy a software development company that provides learning management systems, as the fund giant looks to broaden the capabilities of its big human resources outsourcing business.

The Boston company announced Thursday it has entered into a nonbinding letter of intent to buy Teds, an Atkins, Va., software development and consulting company that supplies learning management systems and performance management and workforce management products and services.

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