Is your LMS holding you back? The role of a learning management system is to help your school/institution get the most from your learning & development initiative. If you’re unable to achieve your sales goals after investing time & effort in your LMS, you should start considering a change. Ask yourself the highlighted questions and see if it’s high time for a change.

Is your LMS still helping you achieve your organization’s learning & development objectives?
  1. Is it compatible with mobile: Mobile learning is now a must-have, as research shows that over 71% of Millennials say that they connect more to it. It gets more interesting. The average person spends 2 hours and 51 minutes on their smartphone each day, looking at it roughly 221 times and touching its screen more than 2,600 times. Smartphone learners complete course material 45% faster than those using a computer. I think you get the point now, if your LMS is not compatible with mobile you might be losing your learners
  2. Does your LMS support functional integrations?: With no support for the latest tech & e-learning trends, providing interactive content might be a bit tasking. Video streaming, Social learning, and gamification are proven methods to improve learning outcomes, collaboration, and retention that all utilize the latest technological advancements. If your LMS is restricted to just managing your learning activities, you’re missing out on several opportunities to engage your learners.
  3. Do you get adequate Technical Support and customer service? : Who helps you when things go awry? Your LMS is a major investment, so your LMS provider should have experts who make sure all of your needs are met. There’s a need for proper and timely support for your LMS. You deserve an LMS provider who can offer you at least 90% quick & effective customer service. If you’re not, maybe it’s time to look elsewhere.
  4. Is User Experience Poor?: Is it aesthetically pleasing? Is it easy to navigate? Is it well-designed enough to hold the learner’s interest? A confusing LMS makes things difficult for learners as they struggle to locate relevant content. An intuitive LMS makes information, modules, or reference points effortlessly found and UI/UX shouldn’t distract learners from the learning. If you’re not getting this from your LMS provider, start considering a switch.
  5. Are you paying too much?: Is your maintenance cost so high it makes you wonder why you even need an LMS in the first place. Are you achieving what you should out of an investment that high? Price scalability helps to conquer high costs, you should pay according to size & usage. If your present LMS is not scalable, adds unnecessary costs to your training, and doesn’t provide value for money, then switching might just be your best option.

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