The 5 Essential ‘R’s For Upgrading Your Software

Many organizations are facing upgrades to business-critical software systems as a result of GDP Regulations. This article describes how to approach upgrades as an opportunity rather than an inconvenience.

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LMS Marketing: Lead Nurturing – Keep A Close Eye On Who Visits Your Website

It’s not enough to merely draw visitors in and hope for the best. You need to nurture your leads and develop an effective follow-up strategy. In this article I’ll discuss how to keep a close eye on who visits your website so that you can boost conversion rates.

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LMS Marketing: SEO – Make Your Learning Technology Easy To Find

Your Learning Management System may have everything consumers need to improve ROI and deploy powerful online training experiences. However, it may get lost in the online crowd if you lack a comprehensive web presence. In this article I’ll share tips to make your learning system easy to find, even if the SEO competition is steep.

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Feature-Rich Vs. Compliance Focused LMS: Which One Should You Choose?

Delivering a rich learning experience is, without doubt, the ideal outcome. However, with the demands of legislation on organizations increasing daily, what are the features your LMS needs to have to ensure you can stay on top of crucial compliance issues like health and safety?

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5 Reasons Why You Need A Cloud-Based LMS For Your Online Training Program

A cloud-based LMS, like other Software-As-A-Service offerings, resides on a remote server maintained by the software vendor and is accessed by customers through a browser, both by the learner and by the company offering the courses.

This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Reasons Why You Need A Cloud-Based LMS For Your Online Training Program

A cloud-based LMS, like other Software-As-A-Service offerings, resides on a remote server maintained by the software vendor and is accessed by customers through a browser, both by the learner and by the company offering the courses.

This post was first published on eLearning Industry.