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Articulate 360

Top Rated
61 Ratings

Docebo LMS

6 Ratings

Articulate 360

Top Rated
61 Ratings
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Score 8.9 out of 101

Docebo LMS

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Score 7.8 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

Articulate 360

If you are looking for a suite of tools to support every type of eLearning development that you could imagine, look no further. Articulate 360 supports PowerPoint native course creation in Studio 360, Rapid eLearning Development with robust configuration and interactivity options in Storyline 360, a responsive drag-and-drop creation tool in Rise, and a time-saving godsend of a review tool in Articulate Review. The mere fact that Articulate throws a huge content library on top of that is incredible icing on the cake.
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Docebo LMS

If you need to get up and running quickly with an online training system, are okay with mediocre functionality, and want to use course content from their marketplace, Docebo is a good option. If you want a more powerful system and good support, then I do not recommend Docebo.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Learning Management

Articulate 360
7.7
Docebo LMS
8.7
Course authoring
Articulate 360
10.0
Docebo LMS
9.0
Course catalog or library
Articulate 360
10.0
Docebo LMS
9.0
Player/Portal
Articulate 360
7.7
Docebo LMS
8.0
Learning content
Articulate 360
9.0
Docebo LMS
9.0
Mobile friendly
Articulate 360
9.0
Docebo LMS
9.0
Progress tracking & certifications
Articulate 360
5.5
Docebo LMS
8.0
Assignments
Articulate 360
10.0
Docebo LMS
8.0
Compliance management
Articulate 360
1.0
Docebo LMS
9.0
Learning reporting & analytics
Articulate 360
7.0
Docebo LMS
9.0
Learning administration
Articulate 360
Docebo LMS
9.0
Social learning
Articulate 360
Docebo LMS
9.0

Pros

  • I love the addition of Review. It allows us to send items to external customers for their review and feedback as well as allows me to comment back via one location. When you update and re-publish you can update the item they can see. I did stumble across the fact that if you have multiple people working on a project and they publish and send a link to the customer it is saved into their own 360 site. I need to explore this more to see if there is a way to make a collaborative site that two people can update to. If not, it is important to be aware that you need to send the updated links to your co-worker too or they won't see comments made on the newer items published by a different person. We ran into this because I had to go out of town and someone else had to help with some updates.
  • Storyline is something I have been using since it came out and wow, it has come a long way in a relatively short time. I have to say my favorite thing about the software though is the collaborative site to teach people on how to use it and to collaborate with others. It is unlike any other support/tutorial site I have ever used. I also like Storyline because it is robust but user-friendly. You can make very simple or very complex items based on your skill set. There is also a newly updated content library full of great resources to use in your training. I feel like the access to this has really opened up options for our training programs.
  • Another thing I really like it the ability to change your design view for PC to tablet to mobile...seamlessly. This is huge! As the world turns more to mobile learning this is a great way to see what you have done and how it will transfer between formats.
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  • The user interface is well designed and for the most part very intuitive.
  • Administration is fairly straight forward - I've used other LMSs that require intense concentration and pages of written notes to remember how to create and deploy a course - this is not the case with Docebo.
  • Docebo is an open system that has many integrations.
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Cons

  • As I mentioned previously, I need to explore more, but it seems like Review should have some way to have a collaborative 360 place where a team can publish to so that there is one place for everyone to use.
  • Storyline gets better with each update and release. I have always wished for a little more flexibility or options in the animation area.
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  • The new certification module is not very robust. To me this is typical of many of their modules/apps you can integrate into the system. to say the least, they leave much to be desired (for example, I never could get eCommerce to work properly).
  • Support has been truly awful the last few weeks - not only am i not getting timely responses, but i am not getting helpful responses. Functionality I paid for does not work and support, when they respond, seem to be at a loss as to how to help me.
  • Easier to customize and a more consistent experience across the product.
  • In three years I do not believe they have implemented any of my feature requests. It is a shame because many of their new features seem to have a lot of potential, but after I get in and use.
  • It feels a bit like Docebo is "nickel and diming." Some of the paid apps seem to be functionality that should be included in the basic subscription (eCommerce, gamification, having an https domain, etc.).
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Support

Articulate 3609.1
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Support is always available.
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Alternatives Considered

Camtasia has a low enough cost to where it could be used in conjunction with Articulate 360 (create videos to embed in the course); now that Storyline 360 can publish MP4 files, this may not be necessary unless you want a different look and feel that Camtasia offers.As for Lectora, Trivantis offers a desktop version and an online version. Both have their pros and cons and could be an alternative for you; however, I found Articulate's 360 Suite was more user-friendly and quicker to learn and implement. On the flip side, Lectora does offer more robust tools; especially for designers who know code!
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We selected it because it integrated with Adobe Connect for our live virtual classroom content. As we are no longer using Adobe Connect, we are beginning to consider other systems.
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Return on Investment

  • Content library will certainly help towards reducing cost and time in development particularly in relation to graphics.
  • Provides more of an all in one system. Working within a family of programmes that understand each other tends to make things run smoother take the Adobe suite for example.
  • Articulate Review, seems to be an easy way to publish and send courses for review. No need of any server or LMS to send the courses for stakeholders’ to review.
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  • We have many active users taking course content, which is great, but not a measurable ROI on our investment in Docebo.
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Pricing Details

Articulate 360

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

Docebo LMS

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details
Minimum monthly plan starts at 230USD for 50 active users