Learning Management Systems are an invaluable part of employee training and overall growth of an organization.  With so many Learning Management Systems on the market, it is hard to determine the system that is capable of meeting the needs of your company.  In many cases, organizations, even after feeling that they have done significant “homework”, find the choices overwhelming.   

Current Brandon Hall Group research indicates that a large percentage of organizations are looking to replace their learning management systems. This webinar will discuss the various reasons why companies become unsatisfied with their LMS and will provide information to help you avoid these same mistakes when selecting an LMS.  Our research shows that there are many reasons for the change, including:

  • A wish to move from a system installed internally to one that is hosted or SaaS-based
  • The solution provider has merged with or been acquired by another company
  • The LMS used for their division, department, function, or region is being replaced with a system the entire organization will use
  • Organizational needs have changed and the current system is lacking the key features they now need

Join Scot Lake, Sr. Analyst at Brandon Hall Group, and Matt Gilley, Co-Founder at Intellum, for this free Webinar entitled: The Love is Gone – Why Some Organizations are Replacing their Learning Management System which will be held this Wednesday, September 21 at 1 p.m. Eastern.   Scot and Matt will be examining the drivers that are convincing organizations to replace their current LMS. Whether you’re replacing a system, or shopping for your first LMS, this session will help you make a smarter buying decision by avoiding the mistakes made by others.  This presentation will include, among other informative materials, the findings from a recent survey sponsored by Brandon Hall in the area of LMS. 

Register for this informative webinar today at http://www.brandonhall.com/events/webinars/details/30-the-love-is-gone-why-some-organizations-are-replacing-their-learning-management-systems.html

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