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Top 10 Cloud Based Learning Management Systems for Corporate Learning

Cloud based systems are hosted over the internet and are accessible by logging onto a service provider’s site.

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Editor’s Note: Kamy Anderson is an eLearning expert with ProProfs.com, a website for building and testing knowledge.

If you have decided to include a learning management system in your corporate learning, then you must be looking for the types of management systems and the one that best fits your needs.

There are various kinds of learning management systems such as open source, proprietary and cloud based. If you’re looking for a cost-efficient, mobile capable management system that streamlines work processes and gives you more storage space than any other learning management system, then a cloud based system is just for you.

Cloud based systems are hosted over the internet and are accessible by logging onto a service provider’s site. Instead of downloading an eLearning tool and installing the software, you can simply use your browser to avail the benefits of a learning management system for your business needs.

Here are the top 10 cloud based learning management systems for corporate learning:

1.   Adobe Captivate Prime
Easy to set up and establishing a learning culture, Adobe Captivate Prime caters the need of business learning. This cloud based learning management system integrates a fluidic player that plays any eLearning content for any format seamlessly. Say goodbye to downloading plug-ins.
The assignment of trainings becomes easy with Captivate Prime as you can use the smart enroller to designate trainings to users.
Integration of leaderboards and badges incorporate the essence of gamification and enable the users to learn on the move on their mobile devices. With a flexible subscription plan and free enterprise support, Adobe Captivate Prime is undoubtedly the forerunner in cloud based learning management systems.

2. Talent LMS
If you’re looking for a hassle-free cloud management system for your business, then Talent LMS is your best choice. It makes effective usage of your time and maximizes the output of training.
SCORM and xAPI (formerly TinCan) certified, with support for various languages, gamification and unlimited number of courses, Talent LMS a perfect choice for the corporate sector.
With a receptive design that fits any device, Talent LMS is customizable and theme-able, letting you choose the look and feel of your portal.

3. ProProfs
ProProfs is a cloud based LMS that supports various formats to include in your course such as presentations, videos, external links and more! This user-friendly learning tool lets you educate and train several people at the same time.
A number of features are provided by ProProfs to create a more interactive learning experience. You can add quizzes, surveys and polls to your course, and even rebrand it by adding your own logo.
As if that is not enough, ProProfs organizes reports that help you track learners’ performance easily, and lets you certify learners on the completion of a course with certificates that you can customize.

4. Docebo
Docebo LMS lets you optimize your corporate training and cut down on expenses. It has more than 28,000 installations and offers the best features for employee training.
Available for global clients in more than 30 languages, you can pay for only what you use. You can even rebrand your learning platform to offer a professional training experience to your employees.
Docebo’s features are what set it apart from other learning management systems. You can integrate it with your ERP, CRM and HR software.

5. Litmos
Litmos offers one of the easiest learning management platforms with over 3 million users in more than 130 countries. Litmos offers corporate training solutions such as employee, customer, compliance and channel training.
The platform can be accessed from any device, which makes it customer friendly.

6. CourseMill
Businesses looking for an economical yet robust learning management system can opt for CourseMill. With drag-and-drop functionality, it tones down the complexity of working with numbers and charts.
CourseMill offers mobile training that is vital for a workforce in this age of digital media. Boasting the user ship of top brands such as Procter and Gamble, FedEx, IBM and BMW, CourseMill is one of the top-tier management systems that help deploy corporate eLearning.

7. WizIQ
WizIQ offers a full set of tools for creating personalized online learning environments. It is an easy-to-use, reliable and cost-effective platform for deploying and tracking learning content—without the need for third-party plug-ins or added costs.
Corporate learners can easily view files on the web without downloading and experience the award-winning virtual classroom by WizIQ.
Create your own digital library with your existing content, interactive courses and deliver open courses easily. More importantly, access and share information from anywhere.

8. WiZDOM Training
Some businesses entertain external audiences. For them, WiZDOM Training is the learning management system that caters their needs of training and educating external stakeholders.
A product of G-Cube, WiZDOM Training LMS allows B2B and B2C modes in e-commerce. It is a world class product that can operate on average internet speeds. It prioritizes the user’s ease of use and can be accessed through multiple devices.
With social tools and virtual classroom, WiZDOM creates a platform for users to learn in an interactive way.

9. Latitude Learning LMS
Catering to a large range of sectors, from retail and franchise to resellers, Latitude Learning LMS can be customized to your business’ exact specifications.
Regular learning management systems do not address the needs of managing a partner (franchise, agent, broker, reseller etc.) training program. Partner employees often work at multiple locations and Latitude Learning LMS bridges that gap, along with providing you with all other features of a regular cloud based learning management system.
Like WiZDOM, Latitude Learning also offers stakeholder training, and is free for less than 100 users.

10. Firmwater LMS
Firmwater learning management system specifically caters the needs of commercial training companies. It has gone to great lengths to be SCROM compliant, so that the learners can pause and resume their learning activities at will.
Main users of Firmwater LMS are those who sell online courses, the process of which is made seamless by Firewater’s integration with the e-commerce platform Shopify. Firmwater LMS supports training providers selling B2B, B2C, or both. Training companies can configure Firmwater’s multi-tenant portals for their own clients. Courses can be uploaded and delivered in minutes.

Cloud based learning management systems offer cost efficient and flexible that can be personalized to your needs. With enhanced security, easy deployment and huge amount of storage space, it’s the ideal choice for any business looking to deploy a learning management system.


About the Author

Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor
Patrick Burnson is executive editor for Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management Review magazines and web sites. Patrick is a widely-published writer and editor who has spent most of his career covering international trade, global logistics, and supply chain management. He lives and works in San Francisco, providing readers with a Pacific Rim perspective on industry trends and forecasts. You can reach him directly at [email protected]

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