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Braidio Named One of the "Best Cloud-based Enterprise Learning Management Systems."

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CMS Wire's The LMS Guide: 42 Enterprise Learning Management Systems

Simply making information available isn’t a sufficient way to nurture the knowledge of enterprise employees and affiliates. To truly educate your workforce, you’ll need a learning management system (LMS).

Whether it’s the customer service team or the sales department, every person associated with the company needs to have a strong grasp of the company’s products, services and the industry it operates in. But how exactly are enterprises deploying eLearning software?

What Is A Learning Management System? A learning management system helps a brand build and organize eLearning experiences, enhance product and industry knowledge, comply with regulations and offer both internal and external corporate training with certification. Some brands may use an LMS to build learning initiatives aimed at their own employees. In other cases, the focus is on external learners, whether they be partners, affiliates suppliers, or customers.

Here are some more precise examples of where an LMS can provide real value to your business.

Sales Team Training: An LMS may be deployed to teach salespeople about products and services, and how to best present them to clients. This could be done via online courses, quizzes, instructor-led training (ILT) or gamification and leaderboards.
External Certification: Many software companies deploy an LMS to teach their customers and communities about their software, and how to best use it. This often comes with certification once the individual or company in question passes tests or attends a sufficient number of online classes.

Course Selling: Many learning management systems have eCommerce functionality, allowing companies to build, host and sell courses online to anybody interested in learning about their industry.

Data Collection: An LMS can be used to collect data from employees, partners and customers through quizzes and surveys.

As you can see, an LMS can have a number of use cases — so the only real question is, which learning management system suits your needs best?

Our list of 42 best enterprise learning management systems should narrow down your search — especially since we’ve separated the cloud-based LMSs from the on-premise products.

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