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Certainly, many LMSs position themselves as "good for anything you need," but the majority have trended intentionally or accidentally towards being "really good at something specific."
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The behemoth TM providers such as Oracle or SuccessFactors devalued the LMS when they incorporated their LMSs into broader HR software suites and took their foot off the innovation accelerator.
To deliver and manage this kind of training, it's wise to invest in an extended enterprise LMS -- a learning management system designed specifically for this purpose.
In the accounting industry, most accounting firms set up a National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) license and grant continuing professional education (CPE) credit based on the NASBA standards, rather than maintain the complex CPE rules of each state
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Many LMS companies who were not recently acquired (for example, Net Dimensions, eLogic Learning and Expertus) as well as hundreds of startups have tried to fill this void and still cater to multiple extended enterprise segments.
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