• First, recognize that hundreds of systems are designed to support training, but many are unlikely to meet your organization's specific needs and budget, which means that your job is to zero-in quickly on the handful of systems that actually deserve your consideration.

    Published On: January 19, 2021Categories: Buying Learning Systems, Extended Enterprise, LMS Requirements
  • If a vendor is not doing a consistently fantastic job in serving customers, the demand for references will always outweigh the supply.

    Published On: March 1, 2020Categories: Customer References, Selling Learning Systems
  • We obsess about every facet of the LMS market so our clients can more effectively attract, engage and educate learning audiences of all types – B2B and B2C customers, channel partners and contractors, employees, association members, continuing education students and the public-at-large.

  • ASAE is also the place to be if you're interested in new association learning technology; each year, the variety of tools displayed in the vendor expo grows deeper and more expansive.

  • To find the right option, you need a crystal clear understanding of your organization's current and anticipated usage. 

    Published On: August 17, 2017Categories: Buying Learning Systems, Learning Systems
  • The "traditional LMS" is a loose term associated with learning platforms that require a mandatory, formal setup/implementation process.

    Published On: April 18, 2017Categories: Buying Learning Systems, Cloud LMS, LMS Demos, LMS Implementation
  • With a registration model, usage calculations can be based on any of several metrics:  how many users log into the LMS, register for an instructor-led class or webinar, buy content or earn a certification. 

  • At Talented Learning, we help all kinds of organizations big and small find the right LMS for their needs.  With 13 years in LMS sales and now nearly 3 years as LMS selection consultants, we’ve been directly involved in $65,000,000 worth of LMS selling and buying. Through practical, front-line experience, we've identified the information and steps that [...]

    Published On: November 30, 2016Categories: Association Learning, Buying Learning Systems, Learning Systems
  • In this scenario, significant fiscal investment, implementation complexity, perfunctory customer service and lack of tangible return on investment lead to deep customer dissatisfaction.

  • One of the biggest mistakes LMS buyers make is not defining the level of help and support they will need to successfully implement and support their LMS.




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