Enterprise Learning Systems – What does that really mean?


The term, is ambiguous in its nature. What does a company who themselves may refer to as an “Enterprise” really mean exactly? Is it based on the number of employees? Or setup of operations? Multiple locations and LOBs (or divisions)? Is it all the above, none of the above, something totally different?

Trying to define “Enterprise” related to business, isn’t clear cut. Here is just a sampling of what I extracted off the net.

Defined based on “Revenue” – In this angle, it is large enterprise only, there is no such thing as small or mid size enterprise. “A legal entity that has the right to do business. To create contracts and agreements. A for-profit company or organization. Can incur liabilities, own property, generate revenue.” “any type of operation that is involved in providing goods or services with the anticipated outcome of earning a profit” (Malcolm Tatum, https://www.smartcapitalmind.com/what-is-a-business-enterprise.htm). Malcolm adds that it doesn’t only apply to large enterprises, but any size of business.

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