Today there are hundreds of Learning Management Systems (LMS) on the market. Almost all of them provide basic functionality to manage, deploy, track and report on training.
But finding the right LMS features for your organization can be tricky. The process requires answers to a lot of questions.
NetDimensions Talent Suite is renowned for offering sophisticated talent management solutions for highly-regulated industries, and the new version of the software platform will give customers even more features when it launches in November 2017.
The next step in the continuous development of the software will incorporate Amazon Web Services, the market leader for security, reliability and delivering top-quality learning content, as part of Talent Suite 13.2.
We recently teamed up with Fosway to present an insightful webinar on mobile learning, how organizations are pursuing mobile strategies, and why this type of content distribution has finally taken off in organizations across all industries.
As always, the webinar concluded with a Q&A session. Fosway founder David Wilson tackled the questions, and we have his answers for you right here. Take a look, and if you haven’t already, check out the webinar recording.
How is cost efficiency measured in reality in terms of mobile investment?
David Wilson: It depends on where we start looking at it from. We see organizations looking at this in two ways: Mobile learning as, or mostly as, an incremental channel; how mobile increases ROI and impacts of learning as a whole.
If you manage learning programs for your organization, chances are you already know us. NetDimensions offers Learning Management Systems (LMS) solutions that are quick to implement – with more deployment and licensing options than any other provider – and with typically lower costs. Our security solutions are ‘Best in Class’ and our user interface is dynamically adjustable, responsive and based on your organization and its preferences. But have you looked at our LMS scalability? We’re talking big numbers.
Our latest webinar featured Scott Tompkins, NetDimensions’ Mobile Development Manager, and Garfield Bolt, NetDimensions’ Inside Sales Representative, providing their insights on the role of mobile devices in an effective eLearning strategy.
Since you can pretty much count on all your employees owning some form of portable technology, it’s important that they have the ability to access eLearning on their preferred mobile device. If you haven’t already, it’s time to shift your focus to an LMS with mobile capability.