Overall Satisfaction with iSpring Suite
We are a small construction training company with 5 employees and a pool of over 40 trainers. Our main clients are construction professionals, engineers, architects, surveyors. In the past year, we have moved almost totally from classroom training to blended online training, often with an e-learning component. In the past, we have outsourced e-learning development but won a number of contracts that made it worthwhile to develop e-learning capability. We invested in the professional training of a key trainer and chose iSpring as our e-learning development platform.
- Simple to start using on day one. If you can use PowerPoint well, and you understand the principles of good e-learning.
- Easier to use than some of its slightly more expensive competitors.
- In the early stages, you need both support and development training. iSpring does both well - and in a friendly and quick way.
- We chose not to use the iSpring Learning Management System initially. We published SCORM files onto our clients' LMS. We would have appreciated better information at the start on how to publish to non-iSpring LMSs. But it wasn't a major problem - and was resolved quickly
- Our clients don't know iSpring very well and compare our e-learning products to those developed in competitor software. A simple information sheet about iSpring would have helped.
- The online support is OK, but not always easy to navigate if you don't know the right question to ask. But in such cases, the email support has been very good.
- Easy to use for competent PowerPoint users.
- Lots of good templates.
- Great support (and friendly too).
- We can now deliver e-learning much quicker than by outsourcing.
- We can change e-learning content quickly in-house.
- We can develop specialist e-learning profitably.
Slightly cheaper, maybe not so powerful but easy to use straight away on day 1. We had to make a quick decision and so didn't have time or resources to test and compare products. We looked at reviews and decided to try one on a free trial basis. It worked well so we bought it.
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It certainly helped us to develop e-learning packages quickly using our current IT skills. We learned "on the job" and it has worked out fine. We had very good PowerPoint skills, which is what you need in terms of IT skills. However, it wouldn't be so good if the users don't understand something about how learners learn.