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“Your call is important to us”

Jay Cross

That’s why outfits like Cisco, HP, Microsoft, Oracle, Symantec, Yahoo!, Advance the state of the art in customer interactions by developing innovative strategies, models and standards. Knowledge is the source of value – the by-product of interaction.

Top 85 Learning Systems for 2020

eLearning 24-7

People always inquire why I like one system over the next, and how their system (if they are a vendor) is not on the list or if a customer, how the system they purchased is not on the list. Multi-Tenant is relevant to me though, speaking of features, especially if the system is B2B, regardless if it is association, client partners or customer training. Questions covering implementation, product roadmaps and client influence are listed too. Oracle – No.

RIP Old LMS… Say Hello to the Next-Gen LMS

Paradiso

A single instance of LMS can host and manage a multiple databases / clients / customers / partners. You’ll also experience quicker initial startups and unmatched performance and that too without impacting the performance of other customers on the same LMS. .

LMS 91

Learning Systems for 2018 (#25 to #16)

eLearning 24-7

I removed any vendor built 100% on free open source or open source whereas it is always 100% customized so that one could build a mega monster or build a 1995 version. The PDF is free – it is just again, I repeat, again, a listing of the vendors with a link to their web site.

B2B content exists to spread valuable information

Aptara

In both cases, there is a product, a buyer and a seller. This means there's more room for information exchange in B2B fields, and that's what content production in these industries should focus on. There is also value in letting customers know they aren't alone.

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

The acceptance of mobile learning within the business community probably won’t happen with much fanfare, it will just happen and be accepted as a “norm” wherein the market no longer asks “should we offer learning to our employees (or partners or customers) via mobile device?”