When you first purchased your LMS everything seemed perfect. But, as the approach for corporate training continuously evolved over the time in your organization, your traditional LMS fell short to provide the required tools. This might end up declining practical learning experience which your employees surely need.
Software can get obsolete if not updated frequently and same is the case with mobile phones. Tom purchased a smart phone back in 2009 and was then content with the features and the functionality of the device. Now that the mobile technologies have evolved and Tom’s personal and business needs have changed, he needs a smartphone which is compatible with the latest technologies. So it makes complete sense for Tom to switch to new smartphone that meets his requirements.
Similar can be your Learning management system (LMS). When you bought it everything seemed satisfactory and valued every penny you invested on it. But as the time changed and technology evolved you might have observed myriad of reasons to change the LMS. Though, many organizations might find chaotic to address the LMS flaws and might not be able to notice the issues overnight and feel like exaggerating the matter.
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