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LMS is a more appropriate choice to be used if the organization is large and has multiple verticals where the trainings differ to a great etent from vertical to another vertical. However if the company is a small scale org with limited hierarchy, any open source portal is enough to serve the purpose.
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If you are onboarding new employees or consultants and you have a complex product, solution, or your business is layered and complex, this can help distill down the layers into basics so that new team or partners can build their knowledge base up the right way. This ensures they are learning what needs to be learned, and not what they surmise or assume, which can be incorrect and cause issues down the road - this is especially sensitive in our field. Training of all kinds can be done easily with this tool.
Read full review Pros Training modules: developed Using Learning Science Principles Story Based Environment Learn by doing Read full review Open to feedback and ideas and constantly innovating and iterating on their product to serve new needs that arise Making me feel like more than just a customer: They aren't transactional and focus on building the relationship and making me feel heard. Extremely easy to use product so building content takes little time, and I can leverage other subject matter experts to build content as well. Read full review Cons UI can be more interactive Segregating the users in different groups can be further automated via AD details The end user mobile notification feature should be there rather than only mail. Read full review Media import (audio, video) are still in infancy. Reliability of uploaded content isn't 100%. The Events function lacks some features that are more built out in other platforms. Reporting interface has a bit of a learning curve, but overall isn't bad. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
Worried about its acquisition by Seismic and hope that they don't change the product or the terms drastically.
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It's completely simple and intuitive, anyone can pick it up. The hardest part is looking for a save button and finally figuring out you don't need one. We don't provide training for users and never have complaints. For creators, we provide best practices, but using Lessonly itself requires nothing .
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The support team is very friendly and eager to help you learn the ins and outs of Lessonly. They can set up training for large groups or send links in a chat for individual help. They are quick to respond and if one person doesn't have the answer, they will collaborate with others to help find the answer.
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Cofense LMS works well at our environment due to it well know security awareness training without any complications. Ease to get support documentations & end users feedback. While in
Support & documentation was not that easy for end users.
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I felt some of these products had more features than were necessary and needed for our team. Some of them were limited on the number of content creators that were allowed which to me forces you to use one or two people to create content where I would rather see it done by key members of each department.
Read full review Return on Investment Trainings made user more aware of the security attacks they are vulnerable to Strengthened the overall security posture of the company Detterent control as incase the the personnel are not able to finish off their training, it is followed by HR action. Read full review We've had an increase in quality overall as a company, as we are able to continually train our employees outside of our New Hire Training program. We've seen stronger communication as we are able to send out material to our stylists about products, policies, procedures, etc. and they are able to provide us with feedback. After all, it is their tool for learning and we want to know the best way to provide that information to our Team Members. Read full review ScreenShots