A flexible and robust learning and training platform for any season.
Sometimes you just don’t want to mess with all the complications of training and development. You don’t want to learn how to code or have to set up servers. You don’t want to be forced to talk in buzz words and all that. Sometimes you just a system that works to get your training content deployed across your organization in a timely manner and with complete data and reporting.
We know you have many choices in the LMS market and that these solutions can be quite complicated to figure out. Some even question why use an LMS in the first place.
Here’s Why You Should Use an LMS in the First Place:
For companies still on the fence about whether or not they should even try a Learning Management System, it useful to review the benefits to be gained. The benefits tend to fall into five main categories that can be summarized as follows:
- Learning and Training Efficiency. Your company needs to keep its employees up to speed on company processes and procedures, compliance with government regulations, and developing the skills and knowledge they need for peak performance. An LMS helps you deliver your learning and training programs more efficiently, which means tangible savings that impact your company’s bottom line in all the right ways. From attendance to learning records to content storage, the right LMS handles it all.
- Personalizing Learning for Employees. Any LMS worth its weight in salt allows your learning content to personalized to some extent to the individual employee in terms of availability, learning style, and other factors. Personalization of learning and training has been shown to improve learning outcomes for participants.
- Assessing Learning and Training Effectiveness. Are your learning and training programs effective? A good LMS has built-in features for robust learning assessment, and goes on to collect and analyze that data to tell you whether or not your programs are working.
- Uniting Employees in Different Locations. In today’s global business landscape, it’s not uncommon to have staff in multiple regions within its home country, along with staff scattered all around the globe. A good LMS not only helps you manage the development, delivery, and tracking of your company’s learning efforts in one place despite where the participants are located, it can also often be deployed in a variety of languages so that everyone gets the same content in a way they can understand it.
- Calculating Learning and Training ROI. Your company wants to know the return on investment it’s getting from all its learning and training efforts. That’s going to be hard to figure out without an LMS. The platforms available today include robust data collection and analytics that will feed directly into clearer calculations of ROI than have ever been previously possible.
To get started with your own LMS journey, start here.