Back to LMS Basics – Learning Management Systems 101

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Explore the principles of LMS success – get back to basics and start planning your eLearning strategy

Sometimes, the best way to move forward it to go back to basics. This is why we’re tackling the most foundational question there is when it comes to eLearning; what is a learning management system and how can it help drive your business?

A learning management system (LMS) is a software-based platform that facilitates the management, delivery, and measurement of an organization’s corporate eLearning programs.

Most learning management systems are cloud-based software solutions that companies use as their fundamental tool for managing their corporate training programs. Just as sales teams depend on CRM software, or HR teams rely on HRIS software, LMS software is usually the core technology used by an organization’s Learning and Development (L&D) department.

Learning management systems can be used to deploy all kinds of training (from compliance training to company policy training, for instance). Over the past few years, eLearning has also evolved into a revenue generator for the extended enterprise. New advancements in learning technology have helped to support evolving learner needs and revolutionize the eLearning space by allowing for more learning data to be collected, enabling mobile learning capabilities and gamification, revenue generation, and more.

What you’ve read so far is just the tip of the iceberg. Want the whole picture? Download our LMS 101 1-pager to learn more about how an LMS can help you drive business success.Download our LMS 101 guide to learn more about how an LMS can help you drive business success.