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Score 8 out of 100
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Score 8.5 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)

If a customer does not have SharePoint the entry in that kind of solution is a bit harder as the use of SharePoint can be so broad. It does not mean it is not the right solution as a company can use SharePoint LMS to start with and then expand to other functions and features. I strongly recommend to use SharePoint Standard or Enterprise and forgo the "free" SharePoint version as a) SharePoint's core functions and features are greatly enhanced in these two premium versions and b) more and more SharePoint LMS functions make use of these core Standard and Enterprise features in the future, like taxonomy, user profiles, etc.In general with all project it is as well recommended to have the full buy in by upper management and that the project initiative is fully supported. Adding such a solution (SharePoint LMS or any other LMS solution) will require the team not only to have a good plan on how the requirements can be achieved from a technical point of view, but how a training program can be rolled out to an organization of 5, 500, 5.000 or 50.000. The technical deployment of SharePoint LMS is measurable (I would say between 1-4 weeks based on the complexity, scale of the environment). 1-2 weeks of training (depending on the base knowledge of SharePoint in the company and the need to add knowledge of SharePoint LMS). That's it. Technically you are ready. If needed, any custom work, integration and development work comes on top. Where customer struggle is the availability and dedication of their own teams. Course content needs to be created, how should a course look like, what are the parameters, what are top ten things needed moving a course which was taught in a class room, but now to be delivered online. Buying the licenses is one thing, getting the solution up and running form a technical point of view is another, making it YOURS is the challenge!
Thomas Runds | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThinkHR Learn

It is very appropriate for new hires to be able to take training during on-boarding. for customer service, safety, and some policy training. It is also great for OSHA training. They have great management training, especially for first time managers. Also have HR training and updates as well for HR staff or HR staff new to their roles.
Cyndi Rooks, PHR, HCS, SHRM-CP | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Learning Management

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
6.9
Course catalog or library
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
7.0
Player/Portal
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
7.0
Learning content
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
8.0
Progress tracking & certifications
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
6.0
Assignments
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
7.0
Compliance management
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
7.0
Learning administration
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
7.0
Learning reporting & analytics
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
7.0
Social learning
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
7.0
Course authoring
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
ThinkHR Learn
8.0
Mobile friendly
LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
ThinkHR Learn
5.0

Pros

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)

  • Easy to setup and manage.
  • Lots of configurable settings and behavior controls.
Frank Tuttle | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThinkHR Learn

  • Information- they provide very valuable information on assorted topics that can help anyone in an HR-related role.
  • Solving problems- you can find answers to problems you have run into, or situations that you are unsure of what you should do.
  • HR insights- they provide very beneficial HR information, updates to laws/policies, etc.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)

  • We can create quick courses
  • We can schedule the meetings with built in functionality
  • We can keep all documents in sharepoint ECMS
Srikanth Vasamsetty | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThinkHR Learn

  • Employee Handbook builder needs to updated. Free version should have more features
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS) 8.2
Based on 2 answers
It is very simple for me: As I said, I am (we are) selling and consulting around SharePoint LMS. SharePoint LMS is a killer application which needs to be in every company which has a vision and mission to deliver and create knowledge. So you can say Thomas (me) is biased, but I only encourage you to check out the solution to hear what we have to say and stack our solution against the other solutions out there.
Thomas Runds | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThinkHR Learn

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Support Rating

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS) 10.0
Based on 1 answer
The few times we actually needed support generally were during major upgrades of the system and getting a quick handle on how the configuration changed were the primary reasons.
Frank Tuttle | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThinkHR Learn

ThinkHR Learn 8.0
Based on 1 answer
ThinkHR Learn provides many helpful resources for the HR professional.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)

It's helpful to the organization.
Srikanth Vasamsetty | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThinkHR Learn

HR BLR has a lot of training, however, it is more where you have to facilitate the training. The nice thing about ThinkHR Learn is that you assign the training to your employees and they can take it on a self paced basis and you are able to monitor their progress and ensure they are receiving the development they need.
Cyndi Rooks, PHR, HCS, SHRM-CP | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)

  • Knowledge Management, Collaboration is a well used term today, maybe already to well used. However, without an effective Knowledge Management and Collaboration strategy with the company we find ourselves in an increasing difficult position to be successful in the market. Training as a company strategy becomes more and more important as only through training:
  • We can increase knowledge of employees
  • We can ensure certain information is distributed and understood
  • Compliance is being established, delivered and measured
  • We can maintain knowledge and spread it to others
  • The company becomes more agile
  • Training might be as well of a company interest as a tool used outside the company
  • Training can be offered to others (e.g. customer and clients) as a support or sales tool
  • Training can be sold to others (partners)
Thomas Runds | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThinkHR Learn

  • It has definitely been positive, but I'm not sure how I could measure the ROI. I feel it has given me more insight into certain situations, such as dealing with millennial employees, and has helped me to grow as a leader in my organization.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)

General

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

ThinkHR Learn

General

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

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
8.0

Likelihood to Renew

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
8.2
ThinkHR Learn

Support Rating

LMS365 (formerly Sharepoint LMS)
10.0
ThinkHR Learn
8.0

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