Both Docebo and Moodle are two LMSs with very long histories behind them. Over the years they have both evolved into two feature-rich LMSs. But Docebo now comes to the market with a fast to deploy solution – in the Cloud and as a pure SaaS – while Moodle is still based on the original formula which means a customer must download and install the LMS on a private server.
The advantages of Docebo are very clear. You can deploy your elearning project very quickly. Thanks to its SaaS formula, in just a few minutes you can activate a personal LMS and within a couple of work-hours you can have a complete customization of the layout and a personalized set-up of the environment. In contrast, with Moodle each installation could take anywhere from two days to an entire week.
If you require assistance, Docebo offers quick support, whereas with Moodle, you have to refer to a large community for free help or you have to find a paid assistance service.
Docebo is easy to use. If you are running your first elearning project, you will appreciate how easy it is to start with Docebo. When your skills improve you will be able to use Docebo’s advanced features to deploy more complex elearning projects. The Moodle user interface, on the other hand, is difficult to manage if you are not familiar with it.
Docebo was developed to address business training needs, Moodle evolved from an academic contest. Within Docebo a HR Manager or a Training Department officer will find all the tools necessary to run a corporate training initiative: massive enrollment of users, organization chart, course area, statistics and report tool and certificates management. Using the Docebo APPs and API system, you will easily interface your LMS with others business tools, such as ERP, CRM and videoconference systems.