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LMS RFP Tips: How to Find Your Best Learning Technology Fit

Talented Learning

Is the LMS RFP a Necessary Evil? A Request for Proposal (RFP) is one of the most widely used yet controversial tools for learning management systems buyers. The LMS RFP has developed a bad reputation because it is easily misunderstood. What is an LMS RFP?

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Is Your LMS License Model Misaligned? How to Avoid Costly Mistakes

Talented Learning

Throughout the last month, I’ve reviewed 12 RFP responses for 3 different LMS business scenarios: association learning, commercial training and corporate channel/customer education. The cost remains the same for each active learner whether she interacts once or a thousand times.

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18 Top Learning Systems Trends to Watch in 2018

Talented Learning

Callidus Software acquired Learning Heroes and Learning Seat. Decades of expensive LMS solutions gave way to a pricing revolution over the last 10 years, as cloud computing paved the way for low-cost LMS competitors that drove the overall price point down.

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LMS Review: Docebo 7

Talented Learning

Docebo offers a low-cost option, but it tightens breadth and depth of functionality at this level. That translates into higher total cost of ownership (TCO). Association members. High-Technology/Software. License Model/Cost.

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LMS License Models: What in the World is Going On?

Talented Learning

“How much does an LMS cost?” The license cost can be front loaded in year 1, grow with you or be contractually consistent over time. Most vendors think they are priced too high or too low and they are right. A perpetual license is a capitalized cost and paid up front.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

It also describes the association of new information with pre-existing knowledge. Often paired with an LMS, this software is used to develop content for online learning and training programs. Developed by software writer Steve Wilhite in 1987. Open Source Software.