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Choose your "lms e-learning" through the bsoco "lms" software comparison tool

E-learning platforms are key to building e-learning programs. It is therefore an indispensable tool for implementing projects in this attractive market. Our LMS comparison chart will help you make the right choice in this jungle of products.


How to choose your LMS?

To choose an e-learning platform, we must initially examine the scope of functions desired. A "Learning Management System” should help put online training content in compliance with SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 or AICC. It should also facilitate the distribution of courses (give the proper training course to the right person). It must also guarantee tracking, i.e. record the results of each user (score, time, responses, etc...). Finally, training platforms must not only communicate via forums, chats, FAQs, etc.. but also through web 2.0 networks of social learning.


The market for distance learning platforms offers a wide range of open source solutions that can be adapted to meet user expectations, but this often leads to instability and dependence on the integrator. While open source is widely used in academia, it is nevertheless rare in companies which focus on solutions for publishers. In this case, you can either use a multifunctional product that integrates management skills, or even a complete HRIS that integrates its own LMS. Or you can use a "best of breed" which will be more specialized and can interface with your HRIS. This strategic choice is up to you. You can choose an all-in-one solution or add dedicated software. Our LMS comparison chart allows you to measure user satisfaction of market solutions. In addition, integrating an LMS involves rethinking the organization of training and the education plan.


Our lms comparison chart will help you find your way by presenting the satisfaction index of the user community.