You’re not alone if you experienced sticker shock while shopping for an LMS. Most organizations spend more than expected for an average of $70, 614 annually on their learning management system (LMS). At that price, you might be wondering if you’re better off building your own.
Before COVID-19, only 8% of the workforce worked remotely. Recent research suggests 24% of Americans continue to work remotely. In fact, remote work looks like a trend set to continue post-COVID-19.
You know it’s time to purchase a learning management system (LMS).
Did your university have an online platform for discussion boards? Or, have you logged into eLearning modules for work?
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The world has been flipped upside down in the last 6 months and online learning has become a necessity in the learning industry. As many organizations transform their learning strategies into the digital world, many are confused about how a learning technology solution can actually help them achieve their goals.