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Basic Features of Corporate LMS

HR Tech Outlook | Tuesday, January 11, 2022

A corporate LMS should be accessible at all times and from any location. This feature allows employees to provide training whenever they want without having to coordinate time and dates as they would with in-person training.

Fremont, CA: Learning Management Systems (LMS) are online learning software that can be used by organizations to train their employees. LMS software has many benefits that make corporate training much more effective and easier.

While making an LMS vendor selection, here are some fundamental features that one's corporate LMS must-have.

Key Features of Corporate LMS:

Accessibility

A corporate LMS should be accessible at all times and from any location. This feature allows employees to provide training whenever they want without having to coordinate time and dates as they would with in-person training. The ability to access training material on-demand enables a trainee to do so at their leisure. It also allows them to go back and review the lessons and courses if they are faced with a challenge and need to brush up on something.

This feature also saves money on travel for training purposes for organizations with multiple locations because trainees can be trained in their respective locations using the LMS software.

Progress Tracking

A corporate LMS must be able to track the trainee's progress and send progress reports and records to management for further review. This enables management to keep track of all trainee progress on a single platform and hunt down the best talent. Depending on the variety of feedback received, management can intervene to assist or provide detailed feedback to a specific trainee.

Integration Ability

A good corporate LMS should be capable of integrating with other corporate systems such as HRIS and others. Whatever data one stores in one's LMS system should be able to sync with other systems used by one's company. This eliminates the need for dual entry and reduces the possibility of error when data must be entered multiple times in different systems.

 

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