Litmos develops learning solutions for top-performing companies. An established leader in the market since 2007, Litmos solutions include an easy-to-use LMS platform, comprehensive learning content libraries, integrations with top workflow tools, and services to support success. Thousands of companies trust Litmos to create, curate, and connect learning to employees, customers, and partners. Acquired by CallidusCloud in 2011, then by SAP in 2018, and by Francisco Partners in 2022, Litmos continues to innovate award-winning learning technology and set the standard for customer experience. The solutions are used by more than 20 million people in 150 countries, across 35 languages. Find more information at www.litmos.com.
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Litmos offers a comprehensive all-purpose LMS solution designed for businesses and organizations of all sizes that serve both employees and external audiences. Litmos stands out through its user-friendly interface, manager role innovations, robust analytics, scalable design, video content and data-driven analytics.
- John Leh, CEO and Lead Analyst, Talented Learning
Last December, after operating for 5 years as a division of SAP, Litmos was acquired by Francisco Partners. And now, we’re fortunate to hear the inside story. Today, Litmos is stepping forward as a standalone company and CEO Mike Scarbrough helps us understand why the future looks bright. This is a fascinating look at the not-so-straight path some technology companies take as they grow and evolve. Join us and learn what to expect, going forward…
Even with recent industry consolidation, more than 1000 learning systems are available in today’s global marketplace. And no two systems are alike. Of course, as many buying organizations know all too well, that makes LMS selection challenging. However, you can distinguish between platforms by focusing on use case specialization and the various services each vendor provides (or does not provide).
I’ve been fortunate to meet an impressive array of strategic thinkers and doers – industry advisors, technology innovators and practitioners, alike. Over the past few years, I’ve tried to capture some of that lightning in a bottle during podcast interviews and at our monthly webinars. I’m adding to this collection with some of the best advice I’ve heard about learning strategy.
If you listen to The Talented Learning Show podcast, you know I close each episode with a similar question for every learning practitioner and technology innovator I interview: “What advice would you share with people who are just getting started…?” Check this collection of “getting started” tips I’ve gathered from seven customer education pioneers…
In this episode, John speaks with Mike Martin, Chief Learning Officer at SAP Litmos, a leading training platform for customer-focused companies. Because Mike’s background is so diverse and his responsibilities span multiple audiences, we could discuss all kinds of topics. But in this episode we focus specifically on why product training matters and how to deliver stellar training across the extended enterprise.
ADP is a global provider of cloud-based Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions that unite HR, payroll, talent, time, tax and benefits administration. In their search for a new LMS, they identified clear needs for a system that was highly intuitive, provided advanced reporting and greater functionality for sales associates. Learn why ADP chose Litmos to power its world-class training program.
The largest service club organization in the world, Lions Clubs International, has more than 1.4 million members in 48,000 clubs serving 200 countries and geographic areas. When looking for a training platform for their organization, Lions Clubs International wanted something that was easy to use and intuitive. Learn how Lions Clubs International trains volunteers in more than 200 countries with Litmos.
Celigo is the leading enterprise-wide Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) provider for the mid-market. Before having an on-demand global solution, Celigo’s internal resources were at capacity trying to meet the training demands of their global users. Celigo saw an opportunity to automate and scale operations with the help of an LMS like Litmos.
FordDirect is a partnership between Ford and Lincoln dealerships and Ford Motor Company. Their mission is to help the Dealers they serve succeed at retail. FordDirect has recently experienced a lot of change and growth. Previously, their organization had no digital learning and all training was instructor-led and delivered in-person. Learn why the L&D team at FordDirect chose Litmos for their cloud-based training platform.
Girl Scouts is the world’s pre-eminent leadership development organization for girls. With programs from coast to coast and across the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success. They believe in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world. Learn how Girl Scouts of San Diego uses Litmos to train over 14,000 adult volunteers.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is a large provider of hardware cloud services that make IT environments more efficient and productive. HPE’s customer training division chose to move from its former learning system onto Litmos because the platform offered sophisticated features to support an international business. Learn how Hewlett Packard Enterprise generated more than $200 million training dollars with Litmos.
TTEC is one of the largest, global customer experience technology and services innovators for end-to-end, digital customer experience solutions. Learn how TTEC transforms customer and employee learning experiences with Litmos.