Best LMS Software in 2021

Best LMS Software in 2021

An LMS or Learning Management Software is a software application that is used by companies worldwide, to track, report, manage, audit, and deliver educational insights, training programmes, development training, to name a few. The concept of LMS emerged as a by-product or consequence of eLearning. ELearning has grown over the years, and LMS has emerged as a direct consequence of it. The first known instance of an LMS was discovered in 1924 in the education sector. However, in recent times, the software has seen to be more in use in the corporate market. Moreover, amid the recent COVID-19 pandemic, there has only been an upward surge in learning management systems.

A major advantage of an LMS is that it can be used to deliver all kinds of content, namely video, courses, documents, images etc. However, the way an LMS is used in the education sector is somewhat different from the way it is used in the corporate sector. An LMS in the education sector will include a two-way communication system between the teacher and the student, teacher-instructed learning, discussion forums, the use of a defined syllabus, quizzes, examinations, prizes and so much more. Imagine a school being conducted online! An LMS in the corporate sector would include more project-oriented learning, skill development, etc.

It is known that approximately 83 per cent of organizations around the world currently use an LMS. Also, the global learning management system is expected to grow to $23.21 billion by 2023. Isn’t that fascinating?

There are so many benefits and advantages of using an LMS:

  • Learning management systems are the bedrock to create professionally structured content. Gone are the days when pen and paper were used. Professional, error-free content can be prepared seamlessly using a learning management system.
  • Using an LMS means that the work can be done from the comfort of your home. You need not spend a hefty amount travelling to your workplace. And in the long run, this saves a lot of transportation costs.
  • When a trainer uses an LMS to impart training, there is a certain consistency and quality that creeps into it. The course content, documents and instructions are consistent and centralized for all.
  • LMS provides a platform for two-way communication between teachers and their students. There exists a smooth exchange of feedback here. Teachers, in turn, can create discussion forums where students can come forward with their doubts, and in turn, provide resolutions. Students’ feedback is also especially important for teachers. It helps them design a structured course and caters to the needs of the students so that they feel comfortable and eager to attend classes.

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the shutting down of schools and educational institutions across the globe, learning management systems have seen an upward trend in growth. It has become a highly feasible option for educational institutions and corporates to impart knowledge and training.

Let us now look at some of the best learning management systems:

Erisn Classroom:

IT and Software development organization ErisnTech makes use of a learning management software in a very efficient manner. They incorporate learning management system into the field of education. It is specifically designed to go beyond the traditional norms of education. It strikes a balance between teachers and their students and helps to create a seamless learning experience. It is a one-step platform designed for on-the-go access to content, a comprehensive admission process, in-depth classroom training, regular assignments and so much more. The corporate learning management system of ErisnTech ensures that employees get to be a part of a seamless onboarding process. It also makes sure that all departments, like sales, inventory, consumers are integrated to run smoothly. Employees are also rewarded for their skills and qualifications.

TalentLMS:

TalentLMS was developed and founded in 2012 in the state of California. However, it outshines many of the current learning management systems in the market. This system is simple, user-friendly, and convenient to use by organizations of every size. Users can also determine their pricing plan for using the software. The clientele for TalentLMS includes Oyo, Infosys, Triton, BST etc. This system is available at some of the best prices in the market. However, the free version does offer some hindrances, like no live support.

iSpring Learn:

iSpring Learn is an easy to use and user-friendly learning management system in the eLearning industry. Unlike other learning management systems in the market, iSpring Learn comes with its authoring tool, iSpring Suite. This helps to create interactive online classes, quizzes, assessments, discussions, and other types of eLearning content. The content can be created using the iSpring suite and then directly uploaded to iSpring Learn in a jiffy. Learners can access the content whenever, and from wherever. The clientele for iSpring Learn includes L’oreal, Acer, Drone Class, Central One, Oticon, etc. This system is perfect for technology-mediated instructional learning. However, large enterprises find themselves unable to use it due to its limited functionality.

LinkedIn Learning for Business:

LinkedIn learning for business is an auxiliary unit of LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network. However, in 2015, this unit was acquired by Lynda. LinkedIn learning consists of a myriad number of ready-made courses, designed by subject matter experts around the world. LinkedIn Learning provides useful, concise, and authentic content. It also allows organizations to upload their content to be accessible to users around the world. There are both free and paid courses available in LinkedIn learning. Their clientele includes Kelloggs, Novartis, Sundt, Levi’s etc. Although their content does not compromise with quality, the courses are not accredited. Getting paid courses can sometimes become expensive for users.

Udemy for Business:

Udemy is another platform that provides high quality, precise content catering to various fields of study. Learners can avail any course that they like for a very minimal fee. Each course in Udemy covers a wide range of topics, providing in-depth knowledge of each topic. Like LinkedIn learning, Udemy also allows organizations to upload their content to be accessible to users around the world. Their clientele includes Booking, Adidas, General Mills, Survey Monkey, etc.Udemy offers 4000+ high-quality courses for users all around the world. However, some of the courses can be a bit overpriced for small business owners.

Skillsoft Percipio:

Skillsoft Percipio is an intelligent learning experience platform (LXP) launched in 2017 and has more than 2 million users around the globe. This platform consists of a broad purview of content channels like microlearning courses, audiobooks, video books, etc. All the courses are developed by subject matter experts around the world, and then again examined and analysed by in-house experts.The option of personalized learning helps learners create their playlists, catering to their needs. This, in turn, can be accessed anytime. Their clientele includes Flir, Brunswick, Tata, Rizing, etc. Skillsoft Precipio contains over 700 different types of content to cater to users’ needs. However, the courses are not accredited.

Docebo:

Docebo was founded in the year 2005, with headquarters in Toronto, Canada. Since then, the company has garnered over 2 million users in over 70 countries. Docebo has only grown since it was founded. Moreover, Docebo is an ISO 9001-27001 certified company. The content on Docebo is so varied, that it gives access to third-party content providers as well.It also facilitates integration with HRMS for onboarding and retrieving employee details. Their clientele includes Walmart, Uber, Starbucks, Cineplex, etc, which are some pretty major brands. Docebo is very simple in terms of UI. However, it is not feasible for small businesses, since it requires a minimum user base of 300 people to launch.

Paradiso Solutions:

Paradiso Solutions has its headquarters in San Francisco and is very much suited to cater to the needs of small and medium businesses. It has, however, gained popularity for its more than 100 integrations, including CRM, CMS, HRMS, Web conferencing, e-commerce, and sharing tools. Over 5000+ content, of the varied kind, is available in this system. One major advantage of Paradiso is that it contains a built-in chatbot. This is a major boon for the resolution of all kinds of problems that users may face. Their clientele includes Toyota, Croma, Berger, etc. which again are some major brands. Paradiso is fully customizable, allowing over a hundred integrations. However, such ample customizations often result in bus issues and navigation lag.

There are many factors which a business needs to take into consideration before adopting a learning management software. Each business has its own specific sets of needs, goals, and objectives, and there are a large number of LMS systems to choose from. So, evaluate your business needs, and choose your LMS system.

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