Latest Negative E-Learning Trends

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Otherwise, they will follow the route of Learn.com. Learn.com started as a course aggregator. Next Taleo got bought by Oracle. Trends. They will often bare fruit. Sometimes is a way we like, other times in a way we don’t.

#HRTECH Learning Vendors Preview – Who to see and who to avoid

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Oracle Taleo. The system at one time was solid – during learn.com days, then Taleo bought it, said it would be infusing a lot of money into it – and later on, said they infused more money into it, than the days of learn.com. . If you are an Oracle customer, you can interface or API with many LMS vendors in the market. I say this because I surmise there are Oracle customers who decided to go with the learning system because it was also Oracle. .

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Top 50 LMS Report for 2016 – What you need to know (criteria, approach, and yeah some vendors)

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I identify the Big Dogs as SumTotal by Skillsoft (yes, that is the actual name), Cornerstone OnDemand, Saba, SucessFactors and Oracle Taleo (although, I ask myself who is using this and if you still are why?). Oracle Taleo – Seriously, either overhaul this thing or dump it and torch it. I feel bad for the folks who were learn.com, then thought Taleo would improve it, then Oracle. And BTW, nearly every LMS can interface with Oracle products.

Announcing Keynote Lectora Power Users Showcase: Diane Elkins, Lisa Jones and Bradley Fredrick

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He also administers his organization’s LMS with Oracle (formerly Taleo/Learn.com). Get prepared for the first-ever Lectora® Power Users Showcase: a spectacular keynote presentation at the 2014 Lectora User Conference !

Something is Going on Down there in the LMS Market

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Let’s take a brief look at a couple of recent moves: Taleo acquires Learn.com. They are an ERP system founded by the guy who started Peoplesoft and then eventually sold it to Oracle. Even if you are not in the TM market, but you pitch that your system integrates well with ERP systems, such as SAP, Oracle and Peoplesoft, I would want to start having meetings internally on Workday.

Something is Going on Down there in the LMS Market

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Let’s take a brief look at a couple of recent moves: Taleo acquires Learn.com. They are an ERP system founded by the guy who started Peoplesoft and then eventually sold it to Oracle. Even if you are not in the TM market, but you pitch that your system integrates well with ERP systems, such as SAP, Oracle and Peoplesoft, I would want to start having meetings internally on Workday.