With the year’s end approaching, every CLO, CTO, and CFO is thinking about closing out the 2017 learning and development budget and looking to save money and increase training efficiency in 2018.
Of all the reasons companies bail out of their LMS contracts, the main reason to switch LMS providers is for better technical support. LMS technical support is a multi-layered necessity that, when put on the backburner, can have detrimental effects on company learning, cost, morale, engagement, safety, compliance, and more.
Over the next 10 years, 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will be needed. To close that gap, manufacturers will have to train people quickly and effectively.
It doesn’t make sense to offer the same LMS to customers that you do to your internal employees. Your distribution partners have an entirely different brand and culture. Why should they be subjected to the functionality and look of your internal LMS?