A corporate learning management system, or LMS, is a platform that functions as an eLearning database and allows organizations to effectively assess, report, and deliver training courses to their employees.
Corporate or enterprise LMS software goes beyond simple onboarding to train, reskill and upskill employees, keeping them agile and resilient in the ever-changing environment. As most corporate LMS platforms operate online and, in the cloud, you can deliver quality corporate eLearning to your entire workforce virtually, with a click of a few buttons.
Employing a corporate LMS enables managers and L&D professionals to offer employees continuous learning and training in a flexible manner that fits into their average workday. Recent advancements in eLearning further boost the productive power of an enterprise LMS by incorporating more blended learning, microlearning and interactive training tools that keep employees engaged and informed.
A corporate LMS is for any and all companies that are looking to advance the efficacy of their employees and company as a whole. By employing an LMS to manage and deliver important training content and eLearning courses, enterprises invest in the growth of their employees while preparing their workforce for future success.
By incorporating a complete learning management system like LMS365—one that plugs in directly to Microsoft Office applications like SharePoint and Teams—you can overcome all these barriers to user adoption, in one virtual workspace.
Whether you’re looking to enhance corporate compliance training or empower employees with more agile learning opportunities, investing in an enterprise LMS—such as LMS365—will undoubtedly drive longstanding growth and organizational resilience.
Our specific LMS365 customers made the choice to adopt an enterprise learning management system for a variety of reasons:
With the addition of diverse learning, training, monitoring and analysis tools, a corporate LMS brings ample value to the entire organization. There are many ways to measure the value of your enterprise LMS, and most organizations who’ve adopted such an eLearning platform found their ROI came in the form of:
Get clear on your training audience, size, and the skills that are most sought after and necessary for your workforce
What type of content do you want to create? How much technical support will you need outside of L&D? What type of security and storage does your organization’s learning content require?
Do you need an LMS that integrates with Teams for easier training collaboration? Or maybe customizable training modules are a must-have for your department. Determine what LMS features are the most important for your organization’s learning structure and mark these as priority when beginning to compare different platforms.
Once you’ve defined your specific needs, technical requirements and priority features, you can start exploring the market for LMS vendors and begin evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of each
Don’t just look for the LMS that works right now; plan to invest in a corporate LMS that is adaptable and can support your company with longevity, both in practice and platform
Most enterprise LMS vendors will offer a complimentary trial or demo of the software so you can see exactly how it works in real-life and in real-time. Bring all of your notes on needs and requirements to these test sessions, and try out the LMS for yourself to see if it is truly the best for your organization
Secure a free trial of the innovative corporate learning management system, LMS365.