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Score 8.5 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

360Learning

Again, I would give an example of our organization that we initially started using 360Learning for remote employees. It is best suited for companies that have new hires who can not attend the in-house training. So, you can upskill them with training programs via 360L. It's a collaborative learning platform and everyone can benefit from it.
RYAN HOUSY | TrustRadius Reviewer

LearnUpon

With regard to course construction and design, I think LearnUpon excels in many areas. There tends to be a bit of a learning curve for new users, but the dashboard interface and finding courses that a student has enrolled in is pretty quickly resolved, and it is very convenient to house materials in LearnUpon and ensure that students are able to access them, rather than having to rely on printing materials and/or manually distributing documents through emails or some other digital means (DropBox, Drive, Hightail, etc.). It is, for all intents and purposes a Learning Management System, and is intended to manage and track students' coursework and learning. I will say though, that in terms of record-keeping, is an area where it falters. Finding and maintaining receipts of orders placed through the storefront is not convenient from an administrative standpoint. Processing a refund for a student if we cancel a class, that was an enrollment transferred from a previous class, is clunky. Guaranteeing that Members are able to purchase course enrollments under their specific price tier, while at the same time preventing Non-Members from doing so, is not convenient and not something that is easily fixable. Currently, new users can only [default] to either Members OR Non-Members, and that classification has to be manually adjusted. Given that some organizations can run into above 10,000 members, this is an obvious challenge.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Learning Management

360Learning
8.6
LearnUpon
8.4
Course authoring
360Learning
8.0
LearnUpon
9.0
Course catalog or library
360Learning
8.7
LearnUpon
8.5
Player/Portal
360Learning
8.3
LearnUpon
9.0
Learning content
360Learning
9.0
LearnUpon
8.6
Mobile friendly
360Learning
8.0
LearnUpon
9.2
Progress tracking & certifications
360Learning
9.0
LearnUpon
8.0
Assignments
360Learning
8.3
LearnUpon
8.3
Compliance management
360Learning
8.3
LearnUpon
7.7
Learning administration
360Learning
8.7
LearnUpon
8.6
Learning reporting & analytics
360Learning
8.8
LearnUpon
8.1
Social learning
360Learning
9.2
LearnUpon
7.0

Pros

360Learning

  • Centralized Learning Management System. Creating, adding and updating courses on the platform is super easy. It has led us with an agile methodology of knowledge transfer, where we continually improve the courses with new updates based on the practitioners' feedback and course updates
  • Create and Conduct Live training sessions along with fully digitalized and automated attendance tracking
  • Ability to take courses on the mobile while on go has certainly improvised the learning experience of our practitioners.
Darshil S | TrustRadius Reviewer

LearnUpon

  • Client service and support: LearnUpon provides the most expansive and responsive customer service I have ever experienced from a vendor. They were full partners in every aspect of how we use the LMS, from implementation planning to instructional design. They provide responsive support for technical issues, and are generous with their time and energy in brainstorming and exploring how to leverage LearnUpon's available features and functions to fit the needs of our learning program. They also engage customers in product development and enhancement planning to such a degree that the platform almost feels made to order!
  • User interface: LearnUpon provides an engaging and immersive learning experience. Learners with low technological literacy are able to learn and use the platform with minimal support. Proficient users can maximize the available features and functions to create asynchronous and blended learning products that are navigable and engaging for learners. The buttons say what they do and they mean what they say; LearnUpon's interface also includes expansive "help tags" - almost every feature provides additional instructions about its function and intended use without leaving the page.
  • User management: LearnUpon provides a multi-faceted approach to creating and managing users that is both flexible and reliable. The ability to group users using and/or logic, self-reported user information, and HRIS integrated data is variable enough to support a company of great complexity. These tools are easy to use and manage for administrators and managers.
Sarah Howard (she/her) | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

360Learning

  • no option to download the created training in case if you need to have a backup copy
  • there are many changes being introduced hence a few bugs are appearing here and there on a regular basis
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

LearnUpon

  • There are issues with users who have an account in more than one LearnUpon portal. If a user has an account in an existing LearnUpon portal, and they want to create an account in another LearnUpon portal, then they have to be invited to the new portal by an Administrator. but the user has no way of knowing that its a LearnUpon portal until they can't sign up. Its very confusing for the learner.
  • An email address is required in order to set up an account. We serve many providers who don't have email addresses for all of their staff, so this is a huge issue for us.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

360Learning

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

LearnUpon

LearnUpon 9.1
Based on 1 answer
We've been a customer for six years and I don't see that changing anytime soon. We're very happy with LearnUpon.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

360Learning

360Learning 9.0
Based on 1 answer
You don't really need to be trained to use it, it's like social media. If not, there's full documentation available, it's not a steep learning curve at all. There's lots of advice about how to better use the platform too. I don't see any need for improvement here but left a 9/10 JUST in case.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

LearnUpon

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Alternatives Considered

360Learning

Bridge Learning can be a good option in alternative to 360 learning as it offers almost the same performance but at a little bit of high cost as compared to 360 learning. The ergonomics of both of these platforms are almost the best of all but as our connection to 360 learning is much stronger now so our recommendation is still 360 learning. And we left Bridge learning a year ago.
Wiliam Alifie-Joise | TrustRadius Reviewer

LearnUpon

I have used a number of LMSes in my career and LearnUpon has given me the least issues, has solved the most problems, has the best exam software, and just works! No workarounds, it just works! The rest of the LMSes always confused me and angered me (and the Bible says to be slow to anger, so I try to be!), but LearnUpon is so refreshing. The support is fantastic, whereas the support for Saba is ABYSMAL (I do not use caps lightly!), and Absorb is not much better.
Rebecca Mogollón | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

360Learning

  • It has surely helped us train the new members of the team and bring them to a level that we had envisioned.
  • It wouldn't be wrong to say that 360L has had a positive impact on our ROI. It was worth the money invested.
RYAN HOUSY | TrustRadius Reviewer

LearnUpon

  • Efficiencies in providing orientation-type learning experiences
  • Improving the experience of new employees, creating an excellent and professional 'first experience' at a crucial moment in their learning about their new partnership in our organization
  • Mobile-friendly approach has allowed a wide variety of new employees to access training from a variety of work-from-home or other locations where mobile might be their best option
Justin Harbin | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

360Learning

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

360Learning Editions & Modules

Edition
Team$81
BusinessContact Sales
EnterpriseContact Sales
  1. per user, per month
Additional Pricing Details

LearnUpon

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

LearnUpon Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details
LearnUpon’s pricing model is practical. Based on the “price per user, price per portal” model, each price band includes a set number of 'Active Users', as well as a number of portals. This is a cost-effective and scalable pricing model for organizations delivering training where customers can start small with a single use-case or audience, and increase usage over time.

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

360Learning
8.7
LearnUpon
8.4

Likelihood to Renew

360Learning
LearnUpon
9.1

Usability

360Learning
9.0
LearnUpon

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