Overview of the Learning Management System

HR Tech Outlook | Tuesday, December 07, 2021

The growth of digital learning, and the increasing mobility of businesses are all adding to the growth of LMS industry.

FREMONT CA: The global learning management system market was valued at USD 1.2 billion in the past year and is expected to reach USD 3.6 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 20.76 percent. The learning management system market is predicted to develop due to increasing adoption of digital learning, Bring Your Device policies, and organizational mobility. Increasing emphasis on corporate skill training is also projected to drive the LMS market size. Corporate skill improvement training employs LMS to store and distribute knowledge assets with trainees.

The Coronavirus outbreak led schools and universities to close temporarily. In April 2020, the COVID-19 epidemic forced school closures for over 1.2 billion children in 186 nations, according to World Economic Forum. In response to the crisis, demand for online learning platforms has increased. Restricted access forced faculty and trainers to adopt proactive online teaching and learning solutions. The demand for online learning and e-learning platforms is driving the LMS market.

Multi-channel learning is predicted to boost the LMS Market. The ability to give faster, better, and more application-oriented skills will certainly drive the multichannel learning management system industry. The LMS platform is a popular corporate learning solution because it allows users to access learning at any time and from anywhere. Advanced multichannel LMS platforms enable a more inclusive, adaptable, and user-friendly ecology, boosting LMS market demand.

Many educational and corporate institutions in North America are establishing LMS programs to augment their learning, testing, monitoring, and certification experiences, and the usage of LMS platforms is increasing quickly and extensively. This will help North America's LMS market share expand.

The rising demand for online learning and mobile learning has influenced the adoption of LMS systems in Asia Pacific. Influencing the LMS market share in this region are improved educational materials and significant economic growth in Asia Pacific's developing countries.

It is projected that the on-premises segment will be most profitable. This significant market share growth is ascribed to its internal safety and security capabilities. Small enterprises and educational institutions choose cloud-based deployment due to its low cost. The SaaS model’s popularity is growing due to its ease of use when linking various applications and services. Cloud arrangement approaches create a stable, adaptable, scalable, and secure infrastructure is likely to drive the market's expansion.

Weekly Brief

Read Also