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Modern, easy to use interface

Designed to be responsive and accessible, the LMS interface is easy to navigate on both desktop and mobile devices.

Notifications

When enabled, users can receive automatic alerts on new assignments and deadlines, forum posts and also send private messages to one another.

Personalised Dashboard

Display current, past and future courses, along with tasks due.

All-in-one calendar

LMS' calendar tool helps you keep track of your academic or company calendar, course deadlines, group meetings, and other personal events.

Simple and intuitive text editor

Format text and conveniently add media and images with an editor that works across all web browsers and devices.

Collaborative tools and activities

Work and learn together in forums, wikis, glossaries, database activities, and much more.

Convenient file management

Drag and drop files from cloud storage services including MS OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive.

Track progress

Educators and learners can track progress and completion with an array of options for tracking individual activities or resources and at course level.

For the future of modern education

Experience online learning

Learning management systems (LMS) are a fast-growing trend in business, though the technology isn’t new, having been around for more than 30 years. What is changing is the widespread adoption of e-Learning platforms in individual businesses.

 

Currently, the industry is estimated to have a value exceeding $15.7 billion, with more than half of systems deployed being hosted in the cloud. The remaining 45% of LMS are hosted on-site.

Let’s consider the benefits:​

Low Cost

Compared to ongoing classroom-type training, an LMS is relatively low cost both to implement and to maintain. When hosted in the cloud, there’s an affordable initial set-up cost.

On the other end of the scale, hosted on site, there’s a benefit to lower long-term costs. On average, LMS implementation can reduce training costs by 26%.
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Quick to Implement

Most LMS can be implemented in 6 months or less, which means that employee training can be rolled out relatively quickly. On the rare occasion when a system is particularly complex, it could take up to 2 years to get up and running. But even then, test versions may be available sooner.

Easy to Integrate Mobile Apps and Gamification

Because an LMS operates on a digital platform, it’s relatively easy to include gamification and integrate the learning modules into mobile apps to make it more accessible to employees and more enjoyable too.

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Improves Employee Engagement

When learning is made fun, easy and accessible, employees are more likely to participate. Gamification is a particularly effective learning tool, as it creates an environment of friendly competition within the organisation. Employees are encouraged to complete modules and can see how they are doing compared to colleagues. They can create leaderboards and encourage participation and performance with their peers.

Aids Learning Retention

Perhaps one of the strongest benefits is that an LMS can be set up to reinforce learning on a regular basis by running quick knowledge tests with employees. This can be done via email, mobile apps or even a gamification platform.

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Easy to Maintain and Manage

Once a system is up and running, it requires relatively little maintenance and when required it can be done easily. Most systems are set to run automatically, interacting with employees and rolling out learning modules and testing at the employees’ pace. This means that little management is required, which frees up L&D managers to focus on other tasks such as creating the learning content and testing questions.

Easy to Change and Update

If new modules need to be added, this can be done with relative ease, as the format and structure remains the same, with only the content changing. This makes the task much easier for L&D managers, who then have a framework within which to design learning materials.

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Management Reporting

With online learning, managers can easily pull reports showing which employees have completed what modules, and what results they achieved in testing. This not only reflects individual performance, it also shows the level of engagement and proficiency.

Easy to Scale

Whether an LMS is rolled out in a single office with ten employees or a global multinational, the basic framework and principles of the system remain the same. The benefit to a business is that as it grows and increases its workforce, the system can easily be scaled to accommodate more users.

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Multiple Locations

Because most LMS are hosted online, (either in the cloud or on a company’s private server) they can be accessed from anywhere, as long as there’s a secure internet connection. This means that if an organisation has multiple offices or people working off-site, they can still participate in online learning, as the system allows for the flexibility of homeworking.

Increases Productivity

Studies show that LMS implementation can improve productivity by as much as 53%. This is significant as it makes an organisation that much more efficient.

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Decrease Staff Attrition Rates

Because most LMS are hosted online, (either in the cloud or on a company’s private server) they can be accessed from anywhere, as long as there’s a secure internet connection. This means that if an organisation has multiple offices or people working off-site, they can still participate in online learning, as the system allows for the flexibility of homeworking.

Increase Revenues

Despite all the cost savings and other benefits, what the board really wants to know is if an LMS can boost revenues? The answer is yes!

With improved knowledge retention and productivity, revenues increase on average by 40%, assuring a positive ROI.
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