An LMS (Learning Management System) is the central platform that enables your employees to receive online training. If you’re thinking about implementing an LMS, you’ll need to understand which LMS requirements you should look for.
A modern corporate training should provide a number of these LMS requirements:
Intuitive Course Authoring Tools
The course authoring tools should be easy to use and enable instructors to quickly create content that meets the needs of their students. They should also provide extensive reporting functionality that allows administrators to track student progress and activity in real-time.
Your LMS should be able to support thousands of users and deliver large amounts of content.
Self-Service Course Registration
Students should be able to register for courses themselves without requiring the assistance of an administrator.
Personalized Learning Paths
Learners should be able to easily navigate through courses based on their own needs and interests.
Interactive Learning Environments
Learning environments should provide opportunities for collaboration, feedback, and personalization.
Adaptive Course Delivery
Course content should adapt to the needs of each learner based on his or her activity and progress.
Business Intelligence Tools
Your LMS should provide comprehensive reporting tools that allow you to monitor your training program’s performance in real-time.
If you’re looking for more advanced functionality, your LMS should allow you to integrate with other business systems and platforms such as e-commerce, ERP, CRM, GIS systems, or external training providers.
So, how do you know which LMS is right for your organization? The best way to find out is to speak with an expert. A good place to start is the team at Cudy Marketplace.
Contact us today to learn more about our learning management solutions and how they can help you build a powerful corporate training program.