Remote learning is not new, but the current pandemic has shifted customer patterns, and the trend where people and businesses are doing as many things online as possible will continue. People now prefer to shop, meet and learn via technology.
Online learning, or eLearning, is rich in disruptive technologies including mobile, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and big data, and it has grown in popularity with both users and businesses while everyone has adjusted to the new reality brought on by school and business closures.
Nearly 83 percent of organizations currently use an LMS, and eLearning is on the rise. According to eLearning Industry, the global learning management system market (LMS) is expected to reach a value of $325 billion in 2025. Also, 30% of global learning management system buyers are tech companies with the primary participants being corporate-level executives (65%) and managers (35%), according to Finances Online.
While the need for remote learning is growing rapidly, not all ready-made solutions can meet the current needs of the market. This is why it’s a good time to look into the custom development of an LMS that will suit your company's particular needs.
In this ebook we’ll provide you with insights into what a learning management system is and why a company may need one:
- What is an LMS for business?
- What businesses can use an LMS?
- When do you need to create an LMS for your users?
- The benefits of an LMS
- Must-Have LMS Features
- How can you onboard/retain users with an LMS?
- An LMS development project plan