Here at BenchPrep, we are constantly thinking about ways to deliver the best possible learner experience, serving the ever-changing needs of organizations and their learners. As organizations realize the need to amplify their learning initiatives to better engage learners, they are assessing how learning is being delivered. In fact, according to a recent Brandon Hall Group training study, improving the learner experience is cited as the number one reason why organizations are looking to switch their LMS providers.
A professional’s path to receiving a certification can take a year or more, from deciding to pursue the credential to taking the exam. Is your organization providing the support these time-strapped learners need to stay focused and show up feeling confident on exam day?
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As we start pushing forward into 2019, digital transformation is still the name of the game. From engaging consumers to measuring results, digital disruption will continue to impact the business landscape, encouraging organizations to seek out innovative solutions as they look for ways to achieve their goals.
Happy New Year to all! While it’s hard to believe another year has come and gone, we’re excited for what’s in store for 2019. We thought it would be a great time to reflect on some of the common themes we uncovered in 2018, all of which we believe to be driving forces in the online learning landscape this coming year.
LMS stands for Learning Management System, some of which you can use to create and track training anywhere, on any type of device. Many organizations that use eLearning leverage an LMS, including businesses, corporations, organization, and educational institutions.
As organizations undergo rapid digital transformation, software solutions are largely being considered to help create efficiencies. In fact, The Gartner Worldwide IT Spending Forecast predicts that companies will have spent an estimated $381 billion on enterprise software this past year, up nearly 9% from 2017. When exploring the ways enterprise software can help an organization achieve its objectives, the question of whether to build it or buy it is one of the first and most challenging for many.