4 Things you shouldn’t expect from your business LMS

While Learning Management Systems have been around for some time now, their popularity skyrocketed in the context of the global crisis. Not only are they useful in delivering remote learning modules on topics that become relevant, a lot of the onboarding process for new employees has also become an integral part of how corporate LMS is used.

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Still, some professionals either don’t see the benefits (usually those in charge of software acquisition, who are trying to keep the corporate purse closed for as long as possible) or fear that implementing an LMS will cost them their jobs (some trainers and instructional designers fall into this category).

Most vendors (including us) have blogs that feature numerous articles that support the practicality of having a corporate LMS. They are all about the wonderful things one can do for a company.

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