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 What is learning management system (LMS)?


In the learning industry, if you are looking out for a new system to help your training grow online, you obviously must have come across recommendations for a Learning Management System or a Training Management System.  

What Is An LMS?

An LMS is a Learning Management System, offers online training to students. It offers eLearning content, alongside allow tracking and reporting on the learning you are administering, as well as the students who are using your software.

What Is A TMS?

A TMS is a Training Management System and is software used by training providers to help manage their training. If you wish to run training sessions then there are certain back-office tasks that are included. These consists of task like administration tasks, processing online course bookings, reporting on vital business data, and activities like sending surveys out to students. TMS is specifically designed to handle all of these.

The main focus of the Training Management System is to help you make sure that all the work leading up to your courses, during your courses, and after your courses, runs as smoothly as possible.

When deciding on whether to go for LMS or TMS, you really need to think about the main business problem you are trying to solve.

If you just really want to offer eLearning, then Learning Management System is going to be the best option for you. However, if you’re looking for something to help manage your entire training business, which could also include an LMS, then a Training Management System is more likely to help your business progress and run a lot smoother!

In this new-age online education, virtual classroom, social and mobile learning, can change the operations of any organization for better.

If you have been wondering whether a cloud-based LMS is going to greatly benefit your company, and wanting to incorporate one; then you are on the right track.  Our cloud-based learning systems is the best choice for your organization’s eLearning program.

The cloud-based learning management systems which we develop are web-based applications used by companies to deliver, track and report about online courses meant for the professional development of their employees. The learning takes place online and there is no need of installing hardware or software, hence the resulting data is stored in the cloud. Today, many companies are making huge profits by providing effective online course platforms.

Our cloud-based automates your entire training program, including course delivery, registration, assignments, course completion and much more. LMSs are also referred to as SaaS (Software as a Service). These cloud-based learning management systems are extremely helpful for improving organizational performance and guaranteeing employee satisfaction.

Nonetheless, going for an effective cloud-based learning management system is certainly a profitable proposition to sustain. In short, we function as you outsource technology department that is you take care of business content, while we take care of technology.

Looking to create your own Learning Management System? The team of TechAvidus developers have the right skill set to serve you according to your expectations. Contact us now!


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