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Acquiring an LMS


I'm currently considering the possibility of leaving my role and setting up my own eLearning company. 

To do so my thinking is that I'll need an LMS to host the elearning, tests, job aids etc, and will enable clients to access the learning & monito/report progress of employee's/customers 

I've 10 years experience of of various LMS's but they have been working for a large corporate and I have investigated the possibilities of using SABA, Cornerstone, Pathlore etc and from my research so far is that companies like this would not be interested in partnering with me. 

Can anyone offer any suggestions as to any systems or routes I could try? 

2 Responses

  1. Moodle?

     Why not start with Moodle because then you could customise it for each customer and develop it yourself without the constraints of a partner who would probably be big enough not to need you?

  2. A few to look at


    We have looked at a few LMS, one of them being Moodle and gound that a lot of the Open Source and free ones have great features.  They are all available to upload to a server, easy to install and get your head around.

    We looked at eFront, Docebo and ATutor.  I’m sure there are more, just search for open source LMS.

    We will be using Docebo if we progress on with developing eLearning content.

    Hope this helps.



    — Managing Director Revolution Learning and Development Ltd

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