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Adobe Learning Manager


What is Adobe Learning Manager?

Adobe Learning Manager is a Learning Management System developed by Adobe Inc. that offers personalized learning at scale to employees, partners and customers alike. Compliant with GDPR guidelines, SOC2 TYPE 2 and FedRAMP Certifications, Adobe Learning Manager integrates with…

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  • Progress tracking & certifications (134)
  • Player/Portal (134)
  • Course catalog or library (138)

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What is Adobe Learning Manager?

Adobe Learning Manager is a Learning Management System developed by Adobe Inc. that offers personalized learning at scale to employees, partners and customers alike. Compliant with GDPR guidelines, SOC2 TYPE 2 and FedRAMP Certifications, Adobe Learning Manager integrates with Adobe Experience Manager Sites, Adobe Commerce, Marketo Engage with out-of-the-box components and any other application through Open APIs, offering hybrid learning programs and detailed analytics.

Adobe Learning Manager is powered with Adobe’s Artificial Intelligence that offers an array of recommendations based on learner history, peer activities, skills and interests. Learning Manager also offers state of the art gamification tools to keep learners engaged and motivated for continuous learning.

Adobe Learning Manager comes with Learning Experience Platform capabilities with immersive browsing and seamless content consumption, xAPI capabilities to bring in external content into learning programs and a range of customized reporting capabilities.

Learning Manager also allows organizations to train external ecosystems such as partners and customers with extended enterprise features, reduced administrative burdens with the power of automation, and social learning capabilities allowing user-generated content around learning programs.

Adobe Learning Manager Features

Learning Management Features

  • Supported: Course authoring
  • Supported: Course catalog or library
  • Supported: Player/Portal
  • Supported: Learning content
  • Supported: Mobile friendly
  • Supported: Progress tracking & certifications
  • Supported: Assignments
  • Supported: Compliance management
  • Supported: Learning administration
  • Supported: Learning reporting & analytics
  • Supported: eLearning
  • Supported: Assessments
  • Supported: Live online learning
  • Supported: In-person learning
  • Supported: Micro-learning
  • Supported: Video learning
  • Supported: eCommerce
  • Supported: AICC-compliant
  • Supported: SCORM-compliant
  • Supported: Tin Can (xAPI) compliant
  • Supported: Social learning
  • Supported: Gamification
  • Supported: GDPR Compliant Learning
  • Supported: Single Sign On (SSO) Enabled Learning

Adobe Learning Manager Screenshots

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Adobe Learning Manager Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android, Mobile Web
Supported CountriesNorth America, EMEA, LATAM, APAC
Supported LanguagesEnglish(US), French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Russian, Turkish, Korean and Dutch. The learner app is further available in Simplified Chinese, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese and Italian.

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Reviewers rate Learning reporting & analytics highest, with a score of 8.7.

The most common users of Adobe Learning Manager are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees).

Adobe Learning Manager Customer Size Distribution

Small Businesses (1-50 employees)20%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)40%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)40%
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Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use it to try to triangulate how big problems are relative to the requirements we get. And so we often will try to use the learning manager discovery features to kind of see which types of thematic things are coming out biggest to combine with our analytics data for patterns and trends. And so this is one use case that we do is to triangulate.
  • I think it identifies things we wouldn't have thought of, and so it allows us to activate on Adobe's AB testing tool, and it allows us to consider different types of attribution for audience creation.
  • Differently. Integration with custom built data science models, that would be beautiful. It isn't that like things like Sensei are not good. They're very good, but they're black box. And so if there's a suggestion that's given and it's wrong, it's not defensible. So if it allowed an open architecture or some type of integration with Python or R models, Jupiter Notebooks, other kinds of things that would augment what it generates that would allow a concept of challenger versus champion models to compete. And to understand, that way you can almost like test yours against theirs and improve that way.
It's good if you have a good use case for that feed. I do know that you have to incorporate it in a process in isolation. It's not you don't realize the full value, so you have to incorporate it into an overall improvement process.

I would say the pro cases are marketing optimization with respect to campaigns. And I would say that the areas it's not well suited is in distilling attribution. So if you were to take all of the improvements that it suggested, the numbers exceed revenue, which isn't real, but that's a hard problem to solve. Nobody's really solved that problem well. So distilling the attribution piece would be good. And it is well suited for marketing campaigns in the ideation phase of so.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
I'm not using this one because I'm a reseller, but the main companies that I'm trying to resell, are using it for internal training content that they are providing to their own resources.
  • I think the way that the tool does the beginning to the end of the path of the training for research. I mean, when I start to use this one, I can check all my life inside the tool about learning.
  • I think that the license model is not a good one because sometimes it does not fit what the customer is asking us. So I think that should be a little flexible, the license model can be better.
The best part is for internal training. For the HR area of the whole company deserves a tool for learning. So I think that the best part is working with the HR resources.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We're a software services company and we also provide consulting and assistance to corporate clients for setting up their workflow. Adobe Captivate Prime is being used by our customers and we help them set it up for internal employee training as well as customer training.

Adobe Captivate Prime helps our clients solve a variety of business problems starting from training their employees and getting them familiarized with the internal tools and conventions to letting their customers get started with their products and make the most of it.
  • Create tutorials for your product
  • Create quick quizzes to make sure users are paying attention
  • Encourage employees to practice at off-hours
  • Not frequently updated with new features
  • Outdated pricing plan focused on enterprise customers
  • Enterprise support is not up to the expected level
It's well suited for users who need to have cross-device/platform support and are in the enterprise segment. Since the setup process is a bit complex and the documentation is years old, you'll have a hard time setting it up by yourself. So it might not be the best fit for you if you're doing this for the first time.
Andy Wong Wing Cho | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Adobe Captivate Prime LMS module to provide learning facilities to employees and managers. This will also keep track on individual learning summary, reporting, employee learning plan and etc. It been rollout to the whole organization with the collaboration effort between HR and IT. With LMS, we have consolidated various platform from different offices for easier tracking of completion training and reporting. There's a cost saving for such consolidation initiative and we also obtained a good discount for mass enrolment to Adobe LMS, LinkedIn/ Adobe learning contents. Mandatory, foundational and soft skills courses available and accessible for all internal employees and contractors.
  • Fast implementation and roll-out to whole organization
  • Good customer support
  • Great support from Customer Success Manager
  • High initial set-up cost and licensing fees for all employees at one go
  • Once a courses been enrolled by employee, there's no function to remove those courses by themselves.
  • Mobile version not working very well and some contents not able to load, e.g. Leaderboard, Level.
It's a good learning platform to reskill the employee needs and allows manager or organization to enroll mandatory courses to all employees. With a single consolidated learning platform, Human Resource department or personnel able to keep track on the employee completion progress as part of the yearly KPI or goal setting.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
While it is a great program that can build entire online learning courses, we were not able to implement it to the fullest at our school. The learning curve is a little high with all the other changes we had going on moving to virtual instruction.
  • Robust course creation
  • Great interactivity
  • Steep learning curve
Adobe Captivate Prime is well suited for create learning modules that a company would want employees to complete at their leisure for training within their company. Accounts can be created and progress within the courses can be tracked.
Rabin Bajracharya | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We are starting to use to train our internal staff on use of some of the Adobe technology we are using
  • Visual
  • Easy
  • Self Paced
  • Cost could be little better
  • Broader coverage is required
  • follow up examination would be helpful
Excellent for internal training
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Used as a content management system at the firm.
  • Content management
  • Retention
  • Metadata
  • Integration with other systems
  • Integration with the entire Adobe suite
  • Performance on AWS
Great for collaboration but requires a bunch of add ones to get the full benefit of automation and integration.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Only our IT department uses it. It’s helped recently with E-commerce compliance issues we had. Some employees use the tool to work on their skill sets.
  • Concise learning
  • Content is relatable
  • Content is not boring
  • Being able to see progress of others learning experiences
We have a variety of positions in our IT department, this tool is great for those using Adobe products. We use Adobe Commerce and Adobe Acrobat.
Hugo Carrion | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
At Instituto SantaFe we use Adobe Learning Manager for external customer training. Thanks to this platform, it has been possible to solve the challenge of continuing with virtual education in a sustained and efficient way. The Adobe Learning Manager functionalities, as well as its intuitive interface, make it a great ally for online training.
  • Suitable functionalities
  • Intuitive interface
  • Complete reports
  • Include the possibility of having course templates to save time in the configuration
  • Include several access options through other emails or platforms such as facebook, linkedin, etc.
  • Probably include the possibility of integrating AI
Adobe Learning Platform Manager is excellent for continuing education, professional training, and lifelong learning formats. It has reports and options that make it very suitable for an agile and non-bureaucratic management. Perhaps due to the type of functionalities, format and tools available, it is less suitable for formal education formats, university courses or school courses for children.
January 02, 2023

Best L&D tool

Muneeb Bhat | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
It has helped our Learning & development division very effectively. It helped us get huge amounts of people trained and certified, and it's a great LMS. Its powerful ability to create different types of e-learning content easily. It's easy to navigate and see all my courses which are related to recruitment or project management.
  • E-learning
  • Training modules
  • Presentation
  • user-interface
  • Expensive
I think it is well suited with a large team looking for a effective tool for Learning and development on different courses. But it is also expensive for smaller teams in a small company.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Our organization/institution employs several approved learning management systems. Adobe Learning Manager, which we also were familiar to as Adobe Captive Prime, was utilized for in-house learning for professional development and training or re-skilling for our post-graduate level of professional skills and development. The reason we utilized this product was a colleague who was familiar with gamified training products had recommended this.
  • Personalized learning - there are ways to set-up the learning path that is most useful to each learner.
  • Gamification - this allowed for a more engaging and interactive way to deploy training and received positive feedback.
  • Analytics and Insights - the reporting options and mechanisms available are quite helpful to get feedback on training progress and helps provide insight on what is working well.
  • View on different devices is inconsistent in experience. For example on the desktop it seems find but on handheld devices like mobile or smaller tablets the display is not as good.
  • We found that users had to clear cache and history to troubleshoot quite often relative to other applications.
  • It would be great to have more automated marking as completed as sometimes we found this had to be done more manually.
Good for simple in-house training and professional development to re-skill or up-skill existing workforce with a new and engaging learning management system that offers relatively good reporting. More appropriate for training to be done on desktop or laptop. Less appropriate for scenarios where training is expected to occur using smaller devices as the primary hardware used by the trainee.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe Learning Manager is used at our real estate organization across the entire employee base to direct and implement our employee training and compliance program. This spans multiple competencies such as accounting, leasing (sales), marketing, senior leadership, and maintenance. As a real estate company beholden to many federal, state, and local regulations, Adobe Learning Manager helps us keep up with compliance requirements, as well.
  • Rich and engaging learning experiences that capture employees' attention.
  • Is multi-device capable so our teams can take classes where it's most convenient for them during the day, especially if they don't have an assigned static workstation?
  • Allows us to personalize compliance training based on where our employees are at in the organizational chart, competencies, and requirements.
  • It could aim to be more competitive in the LMS market with regard to pricing, as it is on the very high end.
  • Customer support is lacking, but we've not needed to use it as frequently.
  • Slight learning curve (which is ironic) for learning navigation within the system.
Adobe Learning Manager is best suited for all levels of our company, from senior leadership to accounting to our on-site staff, which leases units or does maintenance work for us. It is an essential part of our employee training and compliance program, as it allows me to highly customize, schedule, and track course learning and compliance with the many areas of Fair Housing law that we have to navigate.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe Learning Manager is pretty good LMS system is being used by all teams across verticals such as Human resource, finance and sales team to get new updated content out so that they are updated and relevant to each team. it is quite easy to access the tool and very friendly.
  • Customising the User interface is very easy
  • Deploying new courses at finger tips
  • subscription model is good way of licensing
  • Cancellation of subscription has an fees attached to it which should note be the case
  • sometimes it does not seem to be mobile friendly
  • Authoring tools needs a bit of tuning
Adobe Learning Manager is well suited for large scale organization for deploying internal learning at a scale and it makes deploying new courses very easy with a click of a button and also we can track the user learning from a single dashboard which can be customized as per requirement
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe Learning Manager is accessible to all our University students, faculty and researchers. It is widely used to ensure permanent and continuous training for all users of the University. In our case, the goal is always to guarantee an update thanks to accessible training activities. In our University, Adobe Learning Manager is not used for people external to our organization.
  • It guarantees excellent access to all University users to continuing education courses.
  • The graphics are straightforward and intuitive. Therefore it does not lead to errors and facilitates its use enormously.
  • The continuous updates of the software allow us to improve more and more its use by our users.
  • Sometimes the software does not allow you to associate individual online training with specific categories of users correctly.
  • Sometimes the software crashes, mainly when used by many users simultaneously.
  • The customer service system needs to be improved. Long waiting times often slow down our result targets.
Despite some problems encountered, the software is optimal for managing multiple courses by associating them with different categories of users. Thanks to its features, Adobe Learning Manager allows you to include additional elements that guarantee the user a complete training experience. The opportunity to use it on mobile devices is optimal for us.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe Learning Manager is used as Learning management system in our organization. It is being used across all departments. However, it is mostly used by the Delivery, Sales, and Project management teams. The intuitive interface helps create the learning experiences instantly and the best part is that the content can be directly pulled or consumed from the existing Enterprise system with ease.
  • Prefect enterprise-ready platform that is scalable
  • Managing training content centrally and sharing it with the teams across the globe
  • Automating Learning journeys
  • Adobe Learning Manager lags sometimes when multiple people are using the platform at the same time
  • Sometime courses fail to load and users face problems to complete the courses
  • Can do better in the customer support as it takes minimum of 2 days to resolve them
Adobe Learning Manager is best suited for large enterprises, where the content is decentralized and becomes hard to manage the multiple courses maintained by different teams. Adobe Learning Manager is the one-stop solution to have a centralized system to manage all the content and share it across teams spread across the globe. It might not be suitable for small enterprises as it is a bit expensive to afford.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We are using Adobe Learning Management as part of a corporate initiative driven mainly by HR. This started a few years ago, with the goal to train each department and educate our employees on core values, business overall, team management, and how to become better, more engaged leaders. This initiative soon turned into a full-on strategy and resulted in a much happier work environment and more efficient work across all departments.
  • Their dashboard can be customized based on the company's needs and it allows learners track progress, and deadlines.
  • Their notes feature allows the learner to take quick notes during the training session and refer back as needed.
  • It provides layout customization and settings - i.e.: only show relevant notifications and hide/ display specific section on the homepage.
  • The software crushes randomly and pretty often which disrupts the training session.
  • POOR customer service
  • The interface seems outdated
Overall the company achieved the goal through this tool to train each department and educate our employees on our core values, business overall, team management, and how to become better, more engaged leaders. But, we have all experienced crashes during training sessions, which disrupted the flow, so their engineers' team could invest more to facelift the interface and update the overall functionality so that it avoids interruptions.

Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
It is used as an internal training tool. It trains our employees, solution partners, support vendors and channel partners effectively. Even though it is not the best of the tools. But it is better than a lot of them out there. It makes learning fun with gamification features, virtual instructor led classes, personalized recommendations and social learning.
  • Personalized recommendations
  • Virtual instructor led classes
  • Social learning
  • Gamification features
  • Better tracking features
  • Skipping sections
  • Podcast type listening
Adobe learning manager is well suited for doing small internal trainings. Small and gets the work done. It gets irritating when you have to be always on the screen and can't navigate away, but good for paying attention. You can have interactive sessions and make it fun. In my opinion, the scenarios where it is less appropriate is for longer training sessions or courses. It will get really irritating if someone has to constantly keep their eyes glued to it and not have like a podcast type learning experience for the boring parts
Amanda Brueschke (she/her) | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
ALM is currently used to administer our external licensing training. Licensees can enroll in one of three classes in any of 8 combinations. Licensees choose classes based on the needs for their intended license. Adobe Learning Manager has been useful to track students' progress in the program and once learned by the administrator, tracks the progress well.
  • Tracks learning time in each module.
  • Provides customizable reports.
  • Provides daily score reports (subscribable).
  • Can use CSVs for registration/enrollments.
  • I would like to see Q2 quiz scores searchable.
  • I would like Q2 quiz scores filterable.
  • I wish quiz scores for each instance would load all at once, I'd rather see lag than have to scroll endlessly.
Well-suited to places that have the funding to implement appropriately. Well-suited to internal training. Well-suited to compliance training. Less appropriate for licensing training.
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We were willing to use Adobe Captivate for training our field service support staff. It is mainly used by my training department and dispatch to partners around the world. We are also using this platform to do integrations with our new employees.
  • Manage a team skills matrix
  • Create onboarding plan
  • Integration of SCORM files directly from adobe captivate
  • Adobe sales did not answer on time for final purchase
  • Captivate prime does not include a pricing plan for small company or at least Adobe does not seem interested in small numbers of users
  • Integration of ticketing system like Zendesk would be a great feature
I liked the credit system and ability to marks trainee's skills based on modules. I liked the well-done GUI and the easy transfer of SCORM module from adobe captivate (authoring tool) to Adobe Captivate Prime (the LMS). Unfortunately, I will not recommend this LMS as the France sales team did not provide me a quote or good services. After several attempts to get a price, I had to move on to another platform.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I develop training and offer support to my clients who use Adobe Captivate. When I need a platform for the courseware to be housed or when I need to demonstrate uploading and managing courseware on an LMS I use Adobe Learning Manager.
  • Allows users to upload a variety of different learning materials. Thanks to the Fluidic Player all types of content can easily be displayed to learners.
  • Most LMS are capable of level 1 and 2 evaluations but Adobe Learning Manager gives users the ability to capture level 3 data. Users can report on behavior change in the workplace.
  • Configuring courses to make modules mandatory and enforce a variety of completion strategies is easy to configure when adding new courses.
  • I have some clients who would prefer to turn off the fluidic player for Adobe Captivate courseware. In many cases the player is unecessary and can get in the way of accessing the material in the way the designer/developer intended.
Many LMS are extremely expensive to implement. Adobe Learning Manager is an affordable solution that grows with you. Organizations can start with monthly fees of less than $50 and allow the LMS to grow as their organization grows. The cost only increases when you increase your workforce.

Another benefit is that you don't require expensive servers installed at your organization. Adobe Learning Manager is a cloud solution that gives organizations a real turnkey solution.

Also, your instructional designers don't need to be experts in designing and developing eLearning. The fluidic player allows them to upload all sort of media consumed by the organization. Content can be video, PowerPoint, PDF files, and other formats.

Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe's LMS is used by our company in managing the learning courses, one-on-one mentoring session. The company also used them in upscale the skills of the employees. The LMS is used mainly for Sales & Marketing Department. It only used for internal purpose. The multiple course selection helps the employees to grow own their own time limitations. The company provide reward criteria as well for completing the specific set of programs.
  • The easy UI helps the employees to find the related content.
  • The learning calender has the feature of reminding the user.
  • It connects with other applications like Zoom that helps in arranging the live session effectively.
  • It has offline access support.
  • It has lack of internal conferencing feature. We always use third-party application for that.
  • As a manager, it is hard to compile the data. Need more robust analytical dashboard.
I have been trying to explore some courses for Sales Department for grooming. And it is really easy for me to take that access. The enrollment feature helps me in discovering other departments courses and programs.

I have encountered an issue with the reporting purpose. During the employee review, I didn't able to find the time spend by the employee to complete one program. This is the flaw I have found because the learner may skip the learning lectures.

Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use it to deliver content to caregivers who are not employees of Intermountain Healthcare, but who use our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software. Residents and other caregivers must go through the courses before they can see patients.
  • Easy to add learners.
  • Guided steps to author and publish content.
  • Easy for learners to navigate and access courses.
  • Easy to assign and monitor user progress.
  • The reporting is not very robust—difficult to sort through the mass of information.
Adobe Learning Manager is an awesome resource for our learners. It allows us to serve the hundreds of caregivers who aren’t behind our company firewall. And it’s easy to add, remove and manage learners.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Internal training
  • Increased sales
  • Flexible
  • Boosts performance
  • Training videos
  • Variety of videos
  • Step by step tutorials
  • Exporting slides separately into other formats.
Still learning the program but it looks like it will be difficult to do what I want to do with my current projects.
Scott Ford | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
It was brought on to replace a primitive LMS that wasn't meeting the needs of the organization. It was going to be used as our training platform of internal employees.

The first priority was to address the lack of any compliance training at the company and then training management and employees.
  • Automation, with a one or two person training department automation is important
  • SSO
  • Tracking training
  • Suggest other training for PD and personal development
  • Filtering and sorting on the back end for courses
  • They need a focus group or forum for users to ask questions, make suggestions and support other admins
It is the best LMS for a corporate environment. It really sets itself apart from other LMS by using skills as the building block.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We assist other organizations to get the most out of their Adobe Learning Manager experience. We do this through consultation on best practices, custom development to meet organizational workflows, and hosting in our secure environment. Our customers have had great success with a wide range of use cases from internal training to external partner enablement.
  • Very rich API's so that organizations have the flexibility to tailor the experience to their needs.
  • The fluidic player is the best in the industry.
  • The flexibility around roles and structures.
  • Reporting mechanisms could be improved.
  • Flexibility around gamification and being able to better control point values and how those are awarded for the leaderboard.
We haven't come across many use cases that it is not well suited, but I think it specifically shines in external training type uses cases.
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