Learning management systems are computer applications that manage documentation, tracking, automated reporting, and delivery of education courses, training programs, or programs for learning and development.
LMS implementation advisor help clients handle the implementation processes after performing business analysis. Learning management systems were designed to identify training and learning gaps, using analytical data and reporting.
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The larger Learning Management System providers' own marketing collateral states the typical SaaS-LMS implementation takes 4-6 weeks to go live." Given the almost paradoxical need for businesses to be highly responsive during highly unpredictable business cycles, and that one area of responsiveness is the ability to train quickly on new skills, procedures, and/or best practices, it would seem that 4-6 weeks to get an LMS up and running could be problematic.
The good news is that there are a handful of LMS providers that have streamlined their offerings to allow for full implementation including administrator training and regulatory compliance training to occur in one week or less and these providers should therefore be given major consideration.
An LMS that can be up and running and deliver measurable value and ROI to an organization without the need to dedicate internal resources full-time for the administration of the LMS platform should also be given full consideration, particularly during these very challenging economic times.