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For training content providers, this approach is logistically far superior to sending a file to customers who must load it on their LMS and then update it on an ongoing basis.
Going forward, it's unlikely that LXP/LEP platforms will displace full-fledged learning systems; there's no incentive for LXP/LEP vendors to add complex compliance and extended enterprise functionality to their solutions.
Now that volume-based SaaS licensing has energized the extended enterprise LMS market, employee training solutions are following suit.
Many organizations that sell specialized content, such as associations and continuing education providers, are moving to tightly integrated content/LMS applications.
Despite competitive pressure to keep price points lower, we expect licensing levels to continue drifting upwards, as vendors attempt to demonstrate value-add that differentiates their offerings.