Tag: LMS

17 May 2021
LMS

How can a headless LMS benefit your company?

These days, elearning has become such an important tool to make learners learn.

But gone are the days when the content was uploaded on LMS USA. Now, it’s the turn of the headless LMS.

A headless LMS is something where the content can be uploaded anywhere and not just only a website.

A headless LMS can make sure content is provided on different devices like cellphones through a Content Delivery Application programming interface which is connected to the content database. There is no need for a website to upload the content. A headless LMS makes sure that the design of the user interface of a website is segregated from the back-end. So, when it’s time to make changes in the elearning content on the LMS, both these teams can work without each other. The backend team just needs to alter the content without relying on the front end team. This kind of situation was faced when the Covid19 pandemic hit the world in 2020. There was a fast need for change in content because rules for changing quickly. New rules came up regularly to maintain patient safety. So, there needed to be a way to provide information to health care workers without a website. This was possible through headless LMS where content could be uploaded on Android, and iOS apps without supporting websites.

The main advantage of a headless LMS is that content can be shown on various devices. This presents a great opportunity for companies that don’t have website developers to hire. And they know for sure that nobody is going to access a website portal in times of Covid-19. Anyways, for someone to be sent personalized content through a website, they have to be made to subscribe to the website with their email id.

Provides competitive edge to businesses

So, the ability to send information on any device helps businesses in becoming more competitive than others. They have an edge over other businesses because of their ability to distribute information through apps without needing a website.

For example, the fitness industry which has lost customers can benefit so much from a headless LMS. The gym members are now working from home, so you can only connect with them through WhatsApp which is cumbersome. These gym members need instructions about their workouts based on their health. So, the Internet of Things devices used by gym members who get connected to the content repository of the headless LMS used by a gym can get timely advice including fitness plans on how to train. These kinds of IoT devices consist of fitness trackers and can be sent customized fitness plans through a headless LMS.

In the case of a conventional LMS, it only accesses a single server, but the headless LMS can access many servers and provide content.

Adobe Captivate Prime as a headless LMS can be used to send content to different devices.

This is how a headless LMS can impact your business.

 

28 Apr 2021
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How can LMS help in better customer retention?

Companies are facing stiff competition in today’s world. Therefore, they are doing their level best to retain customers.

An LMS is of so much help in this regard because it can help deliver the right message to customers i.e. they can be trained about products.

It’s the job of a company to select the proper LMS so that they can also track the performance of customers, whether customers are logging in to the software or not.

When customers are unable to use the product, they lose interest in it. Therefore, the LMS can only resolve their issues in such a situation. They should be easily able to use the LMS to find out what they can’t understand about the product. The customers should find the LMS user intuitive and be able to browse through the content. They can also search archives about any old articles containing the answers. It’s also important that the LMS has a chat messenger integrated with it so that customers can ask someone about their queries. This way, they can have their queries resole quite easily. Moreover, the customers can also get informed about the latest products on time. So, the LMS also acts as a source of advertising.

Many companies also make sure that the LMS is accessible on a mobile phone. So, the customers can get in touch with the training program from anywhere in the world. When customers have access to training from anywhere in the globe, the companies are saved from the hassles of asking customers to come to training conferences. Attending training conferences is such a waste of time for customers.

Moreover, the customers can be given training programs in such a way, that they become comfortable with the product in a gradual way. For example, certificates can be given to customers when they complete FAQ’s and then they can move to Virtual instructor-led training sessions to complete their knowledge of the product.

What are the benefits of customer training?

Content available at a single place

The customers when they imbibe product information through an LMS stay loyal to the product. So, you don’t have to spend too much on marketing to get customers. Companies can also save expenses incurred on the customer service teams. Its because whenever customers have problems with the product, they can refer to the LMS. The customers feel respected in such a situation because the companies have taken the pain to establish simple and always-available support for the customers.

Easy delivery of content

The products which deliver software as a service are continuously changed to offer a better experience. When you are using an LMS, you can mention all the attributes of all the new products on the LMS. The training materials can be changed as and when the need arises. Through the LMS content can be uploaded on websites and social media also. You can also have kiosks in store so that customers can get the best experience using the product.

The customer’s engagement can also be measured on the LMS to find whether they are using it and better modules can be built to improve usage.

This is how an LMS can be used to improve customer product usage rates.

 

28 Apr 2021
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How to get the perfect Learning solution for learners?

There are many benefits of elearning these days. One of them is making the employees compliant. However, you have to show returns on compliance-based training also. You have to show them reports of how elearning is helping them achieve their goals. It is also important to show reports to understand how learners are faring. When learners are given the benefits of learning and development they understand what they need to learn to perform their functions better.

There a lot of LMS’S and you can easily choose from one. The Covid-19 has made things worse for the learners. The learners need to have their performance reported.

These are the modern-day features of an LMS.

LMS’s need to provide content to the learners which are important. But some of the LMS’s don’t provide reporting facilities about the learners.

SUS’s are more useful to the learners. SUS refers to a sustainable upskilling solution. The SUS is configured through cloud-based solutions, which implies that the vendor takes care of them. This implies the customer gets all the data required from them. The customers i.e. companies also enjoy benefits like easy accessibility, scalability and better security. The reporting is also better with these solutions.

The SUS have certain new features which were not present in an LMS. This leads to a better learning experience for the learners. It implies increasing the skills of employees by giving them more education. There has been a survey that shows that upskilling has led to better productivity in the workforce. Such CEO’s can work harder towards talent retention and better engagement of employees. Such upskilling is necessary because people’s skills are getting obsolete. This is due to the impact of automation. 77% of the people included in this survey said that better skills are needed from making them going obsolete. A large percentage of them were optimistic that the new skills would lead to higher employability for them, i.e. make them contribute more to the workforce.

There is a requirement for upskilling. Different solutions have to be created for organizations are local and different levels. There can’t be single solutions for organizations at all levels. There have to a lot of collaboration between different partners of organizations like the business leaders and government to attain the results.

The government must ensure that the citizens must have all the information to take part in the digital economy and that no one lags. The government should act as a spokesperson to be at the forefront of the debate about how policy and technology are going to shape up.

The educators also need to change themselves to get make society prepared for the skills needed by them.

Easy distribution of information

Organizations need to question themselves why they need elearning. These platforms give organizations a tool to train the complete organization. There need to be video lessons and the organizations can measure their impact. The SUS’s evaluate the worth of training which is developed on distinct evaluation models such as the Kirkpatrick training evaluation model.

On the other hand, LMSs save costs and there is a simple reduction of costs. There is consistency and simple distribution of electronic content.

LMS’s can be configured through the self-deployed servers or cloud-based servers located at different places. When such LMS’ are configured on remote servers, there can be increased deployment time. But when LMS’ are configured on local servers the company is responsible for taking care. If their access includes setup, security and access this can be a headache for companies.

Different ways in which the LMSs and SUSs are built

The main percentage of LMSs is created in the form of content containers such as AICC and SCORM. These content containers are built with the aid of authoring tools. The authoring tools have some disadvantages such as their cost, the users don’t get full-fledged experience and there is a lack of reports.

On the other hand, SUS, provide content containers apart from meeting content standards such as Microsoft Word, MP4 video and Youtube so, content authoring becomes quite easy with these SUS’s. The users get a better experience through these tools because they use the same technology to deliver content such as that used by Netflix, Hulu and Amazon prime video.

Reporting differences

LMS doesn’t provide reporting from the point of view of legislative reporting. The LMS’s have report generators which the users can utilize.

SUS on the other hand provide the user with the benefit of custom reporting. The users can create reports from all kinds of data present in the platform. Data can be integrated from systems such as CRM to create reports. So, these varied reports are genuine and can help in reporting for legislation. Coursera is an example of a SUS platform which is a MOOC platform containing so many courses for students.

Other differences

There are many differences between an LMS and a SUS. The latter has a lot of gamification choices for the learners. There are also audit functions for the learners whereby their performance can be assessed. There can also be learner affinity measurement metrics telling the content creators which content is getting enjoyed the most by them. The learners can also provide feedback to the SUS’s. Microlearning is also an essential part of SUS, where the learners can learn through short byte-sized modules.

So, these are some major differences between LMS’s and SUS’s.

 

26 Apr 2021
LMS

Does an open source LMS come free of cost?

An LMS is quite an inevitable option for a company nowadays. It’s because the employee onboarding is done through it.

In the times of the pandemic, when the employees cant be gathered for the face-to-face discussions, an LMS is the only solution for dispersing that useful information.

But is an open-source LMS free for your company? Let’s look at its major hidden costs.

Hosting

It can be a major problem with the LMS. This software does not have a hosting service. This implies that you need to buy servers for hosting them. These are a lot of costs especially when you buy the server. However, the servers might be available in exchange for a monthly or annual subscription fee. Assuming that a company already owns the servers, there will be server space occupied by the LMS now. Storing your LMS is on your server is safe, but there is a cost required for it. Also, sometimes, you might need a separate vendor for managing the server if you don’t have much of an IT staff. So, although an open-source LMS sounds free of costs, it does have its hidden charges.

IT staff

The IT staff has a tiresome job installing the open-source LMS. They have to make sure that it’s accessible on all the devices which require coding skills. The problem is that although the IT staff in your company will be able to handle the LMS, they have to divert time from their normal duties. Sometimes, the IT staff does not have the specialization to handle the LMS. They may have to learn how to install it, leading to a lot of wastage of time. On the other hand, when you buy a commercial LMS, there is no such headache for the IT staff. It is compatible with your devices and any such incompatibility is handled by the staff of the LMS vendor. Also, they just give you out the login credentials for different employees who are going to be using it.

Suitability
It’s also a huge problem with the open-source LMS. Sometimes, it might not be compatible with your elearning tools. Then, you can get plugins for them. But sometimes, changes have to be made into plugins to get the necessary functionality. Also, the plugins used by you have their costs. They might also intrude with the functionality of other plug-ins.

The user interface of the LMS

The open-source LMS just consists of the code. Sometimes, you have to play around with its coding to get the graphics right so that it represents your company. When you look for such skilled members, they come at a cost. Also, you can get a full-time employee for this purpose, rather than a temporary worker, but the costs are huge. You might also need to work on the open-source LMS to make sure its navigation is easy for the users. If the user interface is too tough, then the LMS won’t serve its purpose. So, instead of buying an open-source LMS, it’s better to use a packaged resource.

Other costs

The other hidden costs of an LMS are that it might have to be made available on the mobiles. An app might have to be developed for it, and then the LMS included in it. This is a huge task for the in-house developers and might take 6 months of their time. Apart from that, the LMS has to be made compatible with the operating systems of the phones of the different prospective users.

So, although an open-source LMS might sound like a good option, it might not be the best option given the hidden costs which arise later.

 

 

22 Apr 2021
LMS

How to implement a new LMS?

The LMS is the need of companies that want to impart training online.

Some companies want to change the LMS. It’s because their business has outgrown the LMS. The LMS could not scale with the business. The reason could be that the LMS does not give you exact training statistics. For example, how many people are using the LMS and all? You could also want to change the LMS because you have seen a better option elsewhere.

So, it’s best to upgrade to the most modern LMS so that your organization is trained in the best possible way. Moreover, the new LMS might also be required because there might be changes in the organizational needs in the future.

Prepare a sound change management plan

However, LMS migration is not so easy as it sounds. It requires a lot of efforts. There needs to be a change management plan and it needs to be shared with the stakeholders. Following are the components of this plan.

  • Reason why the change is needed
  • What will be the impact of this change?
  • When will you start including the change?
  • How long will the change take time to execute?

The plan also delegates responsibilities to different stakeholders. There will be stakeholders who will be handling the different roles required for the change to happen smoothly. Apart from that, there also needs to be a measurement, of whether the changes have led to some results.

But, the foremost thing is that you must be aware of the benefits of the changes. You have to be clear about these changes. It’s because you need to prove to the stakeholders that all the endeavours in changing the LMS will yield rewarding results.

When the stakeholders have agreed that the changes in LMS are finally required, it’s time to create a team that will be responsible for enabling those changes.

Project manager

He can act as the final leader of the project. He will be responsible for guiding the execution of the steps required for the change. He will start with an orientation meeting of the stakeholders to the execution of changes.

Human resource information system team

It makes sure that the HR data of the company is migrated to the new LMS. It is also responsible for uploading the HR training data to the new LMS. It can also show how to create new employee user accounts in the new LMS.

IT team

Of course, new changes cant happen without keeping the IT team in the loop. Their responsibility is to make sure that the new system is easily configured keeping in mind the system requirements. It’s accessible on every employee’s gadgets.

Subject matter experts

They are the most important part of the LMS migration plan. They can also help you in knowing how to train employees in the company to use the LMS. They can prepare training tutorials for the LMS and all that.

Other problems of the IT team

Integration with webinar

There are also other botherations about the IT team. The first one is whether the LMS will use a webinar tool. Its because employees need to be addressed also through video conferencing. So, the IT team needs to test the LMS for its compatibility with any such tools.

How the customers are reacting to the new LMS?

An LMS also needs to be integrated with an eCommerce store. It’s because you might be selling your courses to the customers also. You need to have customer analytics set in the course to find how many customers are opening the LMS and buying courses from it.

So this is how a company can migrate to the new LMS.

21 Apr 2021
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How can an LMS be chosen?

An LMS is used for showing the content to the online learning audience. However, companies should choose an LMS carefully because it depends on many factors:

Kind of audience:

The choice of the LMS depends on who will be using it.

Many learners have time to devote to the LMS only after office hours. Hence for them, it’s better to use an LMS which fares well on mobile phones.

Apart from that, many users are not as tech-savvy as others. Hence for them, the usability of the LMS is an important factor. It should have navigation and controls which are user-intuitive so that learners can figure it out easily. If the learners are not tech-savvy they don’t have to waste time learning how to use it.

Whether employees or customers have to be trained: It’s also an important consideration before a company before getting an LMS. An LMS meant for employee training might not be perfect for customer support. There can also be a need for an enterprise LMS so that you don’t need to invest in different LMS’s for different stakeholders.

What’s the ideal LMS for your needs?

It’s better to choose the LMS carefully because a lot of variety is available in the market.

There are specific LMSs available in the market for schools. These are Canvas and Moodle. Canvas is an ideal LMS when you have to teach students till the 12th standard.

Through this LMS, parents and students get easy and unhindered access to the materials of learning. You can share screens through Canvas with the audience. The teachers also find it useful because it can be used to share videos right from Youtube to explain a concept better to students. The teachers can also share videos created by them. The teachers can also conduct video calls through this LMS by integrating it with video conferencing tools like Google Zoom.

Moodle is also a content management system where teachers can upload PowerPoint presentations. The students have easy messaging options in this tool and can chat among themselves. Moreover, the students get badges if they show good performance in completing a course. The students can get grades once they submit their assessments to the teacher to get feedback. The students can submit written assessments through this LMS. The best part is that they can view assessment examples uploaded on this platform.

However, some LMSs can be used by all kinds of businesses such as manufacturing, small and medium businesses and telecommunications. For example, there is LearnUpon which is used for corporate training. This LMS is getting used by major companies for training employees. It is a multilingual LMS and content is translated into different languages such as Dutch, Italian, Spanish, German, Chinese, Russian, Japanese etc. It can also be integrated with Webinar tools such as GoToWebinar etc so that live classes can be conducted. It is an extended LMS that can be used for training all kinds of stakeholders including partners, employees and customers. You can also read reviews of different vendors to arrive at the most optimal LMS solution for your business.

 

08 Apr 2021
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What are the benefits of customer training through an LMS?

These days, companies are putting their best foot forward to get customers.

The enterprise LMS is so much help to companies in this regard.

The companies can easily upload training content on them. The best part is it can be supervised who is using the LMS to see content and at what times. The LMS can be continuously updated to add more content so that customers get the product usage information if there are any changes in the products. The best part is that the LMS can be used by the sales team to brandish the product uses because all the customer experiences of using the products are also listed on them.

With a full-fledged LMS, you can maintain a database of customers. You know exactly what the customer wants because their reactions at the time of sales are noted. So the customer who wants product upgrades can be contacted later. Since everything about a customer is jotted down in an LMS, you get to know more about the problems faced by a customer and can deal with them through customer training.

LMS for customer training includes games

LMS training programs with customers are also successful because such content includes gamification. So, the customers have proper reasons to complete the course when they will be rewarded at the end of it in the form of certificates and trophies.

It’s important to have customer education because there might be some of them who are interested but unable to buy the product because they do not know of it. So, when you inform them about why your product’s features are better than others, that might influence their decision. The customers might not be firm about getting a product because they feel that a product is not worth the investment. But when its features are advertised to them, they can make up their mind.

Therefore, when using an enterprise LMS for customer-based training, it’s better to make the product appear useful for them and then educate them about how to use the product. The business of a product depends on how good is the training about product knowledge. The most important benefit of a customer training platform like a CRM combined with an LMS is an easy-access. A customer needs education on how to install certain products. They might not need to use such report resources, but their presence gives them satisfaction because they can rely on them. The customers know that such resources are at their fingertips whenever they face problems in using a product. But what should be the qualities of an enterprise LMS in such a case:

Active reporting

There is a lot of data in the customer training platform. So, there must be easy reporting done through it about the customer behaviour.

Easy integration with the CRM process

Sales teams don’t have to up give leads along the training process. It’s important that all the leads can be integrated into the sales training process. For example, the sales training software should be integrated with the CRM software so that all the leads can be transferred from the CRM to the training. Such leads can be sent auto-mailers.

Focus on live training

There should be instructor training included in the form of scheduled webcasts so that customers can listen to them and boost their knowledge about the utility of the product.

This is how an enterprise based LMS including customer education can help your company.

07 Apr 2021
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Is a cloud-based LMS really useful?

Technology is inspiring modern-day education. Cloud computing has been affecting education. Now, how is it doing so? The educational institutions are no longer using floppy disks. It’s because the students have to watch them without teachers guiding them.

The students can get an email id on a cloud computing-based LMS.

This helps them to share emails with their professors at any time. Since the data is stored on the cloud, there is no need for physical filing of data as in traditional classrooms. The students can access any such information via an LMS including information about their grades, and lists of scheduled classes.

Benefits when you get a cloud-based LMS

No data losses: There is also no problem with data losses because they are solved by an external team. But the customer service should be good with a cloud-based LMS. The external team should be able to integrate 3rd party integrations with your LMS such as Google Drive etc.

Restricted accessibility: The major problem with a locally hosted LMS is that it’s inaccessible after office hours. So, students and employees can only access it during those hours which might be a problem for some. Some students and employees might try to access the course during odd hours because of their location and in that case, an LMS hosted on a cloud-based server is the based option for 24/7 accessibility.

Less security: There is the wrong belief that a cloud-based LMS is less secure. But cloud-based LMS vendors provide a single sign-on process. This process consists of a service provider who sends information about the signee to the identity provider. This information can be in tokens including the user’s email address. The user or the signee is validated or checked using this information and hence given a token to sign in. This token is given to the service provider through the user’s browser by the identity provider.

Disadvantages of an LMS vendor

Low internet speed: Internet connection is a huge problem because otherwise, users across the world won’t be able to access the LMS. So, organizations must have reliable internet access. The network of an organization should be reliable so that users can access an LMS. As far as the users are concerned, they should use a Wi-Fi connection to access the LMS.

Unexpected increase in costs: The costs of an LMS vendor can change over time. But you can avoid such contingency by making sure that there are appropriate conditions included in the vendor contract. This makes sure that the bill of the LMS vendor is fixed for some time.

What to check before getting an LMS vendor?

Before getting an LMS hosting cloud vendor, make sure that it has proper certifications to ensure the safety of data. For example, there is the GDPR certification which stands for general data protection regulation. It is a law of the European Union on data protection.

It applies when data related to those from the European Union is collected in any part of the world. You can also get to know how much uptime is guaranteed by the cloud hosting vendor so that users are not prohibited from LMS accessibility due to server downtime.

 

06 Apr 2021
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Is introducing an LMS in the company easy?

An LMS is a useful tool for a company. But it is quite expensive for a small company. Sometimes, small companies try to find replacements for an LMS. They aim to make sure that employees all over the world can see their content through an LMS. For example, you can share documents in Google Drive for employees to be able to access them. You can also use Google classroom for the same purpose. It allows you to create Google files and share them on a PC with other learners. It’s also useful for education in the K12 domain and you can use it to teach your students.

Migrate to an LMS with proper instructions

The companies however have to migrate from Google-based tools to an LMS. It takes time. Sometimes, the time taken can be as much as 1.5 to 2 years. The departments are also used to employing Google for meeting their training needs. All you need to share Google Drive documents with everyone is to make sure that they have access permissions. The stakeholders which include learners and creators can also have some problems in adjusting to the LMS. So, they might have questions that why Google drive is getting replaced with an LMS. It’s because Google drive is so easy to use. You just have to access your google drive with your Gmail account to access the shared documents.

It’s important to train employees so that they can use the new LMS. You can mention to them the instructions required so that using the LMS becomes easier for them. Manuals about using the LMS can be uploaded on it. These documents should be properly worded including screenshots in them. This way, employees won’t have a problem using the LMS. There will be no confusions regarding its use and it will serve the purpose like it’s supposed to do.

Plan to use the LMS methodically

Write down your progress, and how much time do you plan to take. Share this schedule with the prospective users of the LMS. Prepare a schedule and monitor the development of those on the content team. They should be able to share with you what they have learnt. You can also prepare tutorials about the LMS so that employees learn about them in a better way. Imagine from the viewpoint of learners what they need to learn about the LMS. Prepare the tutorials from the perspective of the worst learners also.

You can also supervise how often these new users of the LMS are using it to get to know whether they are getting adept at it. Practice makes a man perfect, so if the users are not logging on to the new LMS, this implies that they are not finding the tutorials useful. So, make changes in them accordingly.

It’s important to make sure that you have a proper timeline in place to migrate to the new LMS.

The learners can also ask questions about how the new LMS works in the sense that what are they supposed to do if something goes wrong. These questions have to be answered because otherwise, the learners might find that the LMS is not up to the mark. It’s better to have small tutorials about the LMS where you focus on one function of the LMS. It’s because learners can use such tutorials just in time when they need to carry on with the LMS.

This is how you can switch from a Google Drive based document sharing method to an LMS in a feasible way.

 

 

31 Mar 2021
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How can having an LMS benefit the company owners?

These days, elearning has taken over conventional learning. Whether it’s academic or corporate learning, everything is happening through elearning.

Whenever any LMS is pitched, the company owners are excited about the fact that they will get the entire employee learning data quite easily.

The owners will no longer have to worry for information about how much of the corporate elearning is getting grasped up. The intake of such courses is important because it decides whether the employees are learning compliance rules or not.

So, the LMS can provide all the information about whether employees are learning the courses and completing assessments. The LMS can provide information about different individuals. But the LMS admins should not be expected to extract such reports for individuals from the software; rather the LMS should generate aggregate reports. So, how does LMS reporting help?

What’s the need for LMS reporting?

The most important function of an LMS is giving learning rates when needed. The company needs such rates because it needs to be assured that the corporate executives are building upon their skills which lead to improved performance. When reports about the learning rates of different managers are given to them, they are motivated to increase their learning even more. They get the knowledge about how others are learning such online courses, and want to compete with the best.

Such LMS reports are quite crucial to make sure employees are going through the compliance courses meant for them. When you schedule LMS reports to be sent by you, you can see the completion of the LMS course by different job roles, different countries, distinct teams and different age groups, genders etc. The LMS owners and admins can avoid the implementation of fines imposed on them for not providing proper training to employees. It’s because they can always provide reports on how the employee training is happening inside a company.

What’s the difference between a learning portal and an LMS?

A portal is a small site hosted on the Intranet of an office, whereas an LMS is hosted on the internet.

No reporting

There is a lot of difference between a learning portal and an LMS. The first one is that a learning portal cannot generate data about how are the employees going through the courses assigned to them, while reporting happens easily through an LMS.

Maintaining different portals for different offices can be quite tough. It’s tough to manage the content on the various portals. You will require many admins to manage the courses and there can be the same courses repeated on different portals. As an admin of the portal, you will face the following set of difficulties:

  • Calculating the progress of training programs of different departments
  • Getting an audit of the learning portal i.e. how many courses have been learned so far by different learners

 
Useless tracking

Tracking is the toughest part to be done through a portal. Even if you want to gather the basic data, like the number of users accessing the portal and how many courses have been completed, the collection of data is a nightmare.

You can track the accessibility of users through their IP addresses, like how many hours they spent on a certain page of the portal. But then reports have to be created aggregating all this data. It can prove to be a mammoth task. You can’t access data about whether a certain course has been completed or not.

However, by having an LMS, gathering such data is no longer a huge task. You can make changes to it to track all the desired activities of learners.

Apart from that, you can also get reports about its usage through pie-charts etc. No manual work is required because an LMS creates reports about when someone accessed the course and completed it.

Lack of mobile accessibility

Also, it can be a huge problem for your employees to access the LMS on mobiles because the intranet has to be set up on each device. With an intranet, they can just access the LMS on mobiles in the office and not outside. Apart from that, some workers might access the LMS when they are not in the office. For them, VPN has to be configured on every mobile device to access the LMS. This configuration might not be easy in the case of different mobile operators. However, in the case of an LMS, mobile accessibility is quite easy. The IT workers just need to create login credentials for every employee to access the LMS on their mobiles.

This is how an LMS completely wins over a portal when it comes to having better tracking.

 

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