Read This Before Scheduling an LMS Demo

When in the market for a new piece of technology, it’s natural to stop by the store and compare your options. Appropriate for a nice pair of wireless headphones, lightning fast laptop, or a shiny new HD TV. And helpful to compare features and reviews of mobile apps, software, or plugins. Which is why it seems reasonable when an organization decides to purchase an LMS they begin to schedule demos to take a look at the options.

But it’s not.

Because acquiring an LMS is an investment like buying a house. Sure, you can go to Open Houses to see what’s out there. But you’re not really in the market until you understand your wants and needs.

What happens when organizations skip to demos: Frustration, feature confusion, overwhelm, sticker shock.

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