When it is time to change your business LMS

Purchasing a new LMS is a serious undertaking for any organization. There are several steps to be checked, quite a few things to be investigated, numerous stakeholders to be interviewed and not a small amount of negotiation with the vendors. Yet once that long and somewhat tedious process is done and L&D specialists get to see their brand new and shiny LMS in action it is all worthwhile.

Then, just as it often happens to all of us when we finally purchase the smartphone of our dreams, soon enough there is another one available and it seems better, nicer and definitely more ‘must-have’ than the one in our pockets. If in the case of mobile devices there is always the option of selling or trading one in to get the next one, when it comes to LMSs things stand rather differently.

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