Public LMS Pricing: Proof You Can Overpay

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It is too easy to overpay for an LMS in 2016. They are at it again with a novel trend — public LMS pricing. Cloud LMS vendors are already installed in the cloud allowing new clients to be on-boarded instantly with no sales interaction. Real Life LMS Pricing.

Best of the Best – Extended Enterprise or multi-tenant LMSs

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You can find a lot of LMS companies who provide different information on the size of business. While I find their LMS name, “Company College” a minor challenge (I think it is a disservice to the product itself) there is no mistaking the oomph of this solution and where it started out to where it is today. Comes with LRS (learning record store – which is still a major work in progress – the LRS premise that is, not the LMS). Accord LMS - $$.

Extended Enterprise Systems – Halloween Edition

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Sub-portal/child – should be a sub set of the main LMS, it is branded/skinned differently then the main system, so LMS vendors allow the header and footer to be changed in the sub-portal/child, but the parent’s main logo still appears. Other LMSs state that have the EE features, but in order to have the true extended enterprise, the child has to purchase a LMS and then there is an interface if you will, to connect each channel partner with one another.

Low Cost LMSs – Yes, u can find one for under 10K

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The argument that you have to spend over 50K to find a sweet LMS is totally bogus. The LMS market as a whole, has some serious issues when it comes to “ease of use” and “sweet” user interfaces – on both the end user and admin side. Low cost systems are typically SaaS based (then again, the LMS industry as a whole is more SaaS based than hosted on your servers). Litmos - At one time my favorite Lite LMS on the market.