Do You Really Need a Second LMS?
Yes, If You Want to Train Customers and Partners, Cost-Effectively and with Security!
November 19, 2020
11 AM EDT
1 Hour (45 mins + 15 mins of Q&A)
Pay Only for What You Use. Security of Proprietary Content & Customized Features.
If you want all this when training customers and external partners (suppliers, distributors, vendors), an auxiliary LMS is what you need.
You can customize it for your specific learning groups and opt for only the features you need, making it a cost-effective option.
And if you’re still not convinced, here’s a fact – approximately 40% of organizations getting revenues through external workforce training have highlighted an 18% increase in the past two years.
But, what should your second LMS offer?!
The second LMS should be quick to install, easy to use, and allow customization. It should offer its users – your partners and customers – an easy-to-use- and navigate interface with a visual branding consistent with their corporate branding.
If you are into selling learning resources, the LMS should support eCommerce and integration with 3rd party platforms along with robust security. The single sign on facility should be enabled to help users access the LMS easily.
What are the other benefits of having a second LMS and how can you make it a cost-effective proposition?
Join this webinar for answers and insights on:
- Training Requirements of the Second LMS
- Training Specific Groups
- Customer Education
- Challenges Solved by the Second LMS
- Usage of the Second LMS
- Top 5 Features of the Second LMS
- Case Studies
- Safety training
- Customer training
- Sales training
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Abdul Razzaque Hussain
Director – Technology and Project Management
Razzak has over 15 years of experience in managing eLearning courseware development and technology-related projects. He has successfully customized certain aspects of authoring tools such as Flash, Articulate, Captivate, Lectora, and dominKnow.
He heads the development and customization of our Learning Management System – “Effectus LMS”. He is experienced in handling several open source and commercial LMSs such as Moodle, SumTotal, Cornerstone, and Workday.
Manager - Marketing Content
A writer, editor, social media expert, and eLearning strategist, Barsha analyzes the latest L&D trends and offers technology-enabled solutions in the form of blogs, eBooks, articles, whitepapers, external articles to Fortune 500 clients.
She specializes in developing content that particularly focuses on how to design, develop, implement, and evaluate training for modern-day corporate training needs. A trained journalist, Barsha works closely with the sales team to understand the working of multinational corporations and has delivered customer-exclusive webinars, apart from authoring whitepapers.