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Tips for Developing an LMS RFP

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So, you’re ready to take the initial plunge into eLearning, and you’re thinking of issuing a request for proposal (RFP). Distributing an RFP is a wonderful way to “set the stage” for your ideal learning management system (LMS). An RFP is especially beneficial if you have a lot of requirements, because it gives you a simple way to evaluate and compare numerous LMS systems. When the going gets tough, it may be tempting to copy another organization’s RFP requirements.

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Top 5 Reasons You Will Leave your LMS – and How to Switch Successfully

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Often, organizations choose a vendor by sending out a Request for Proposal (RFP). When the vendors receive this RFP, they are expected to “check the box” to indicate if their system provides that feature or not. A use-case can be as simple as a white board exercise, walking through the steps a learner, administrator and content creator would perform to complete various tasks in the LMS. 5 Creative Ways to Market Your eLearning on a Budget - June 20, 2013.

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How to Pick the WRONG Learning System

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I understand you do not want to hurt other people’s feelings or you have been notified that you have to ask all these departments for their suggestions, but no one ever says you have to take all that stuff and stick it into your RFP or documents or make it an important component of the decision making process. The other day, someone asked on Linkedin if any LMS worked with smart equipment (as in manufacturing equipment). The respondent followed up asking for white papers, etc.