What LMS do you use?

Hey everyone,

We're currently looking for an LMS for our company to use internally, but we don't want to spend too much money. We've looked at Moodle and Totara, and to be honest, I'm not overly happy with them.  What we're looking for needs to meet the following criteria:

  • 1000 users
  • Allows classroom/face to face training as well as eLearning (Articulate!)
  • Is a good value product (ie affordable)

Does anyone have any recommendations as to where we should look? Someone here suggested Joomla, so we're going to look at that, but are there others in that sort of price range?

Any help would be very gratefully received!

Chris

4 Replies
Andrew Wallander

New to the site (awesome BTW) .  I've been tasked with finding a new LMS for the company and I've created a short list. Now I've been asked to submit an RFQ.  I'm not ignorant of what that is but I've never written one.  I'm going to humble myself, completely, and ask if anyone out here in the community has a template they may have used when creating their RFQ for their LMS provider. Hoping you wouldn't mind sharing that with me. Thanks.

Annika Brown

Hi Chris,

We are using JoomlaLMS solution. It allows uploading material for online training (including Articulate packages), participating in a live conference, communicating in chat and forum, tracking progress and loads of other useful features. We began with a 100 users license and upgraded in 6 months up to 500. The prices are really affordable. You can check here: http://www.joomlalms.com/buy_now/

Good luck in your search!

Peter Zimak

Chris Fletcher said:

Hey everyone,

We're currently looking for an LMS for our company to use internally, but we don't want to spend too much money. We've looked at Moodle and Totara, and to be honest, I'm not overly happy with them.  What we're looking for needs to meet the following criteria:

  • 1000 users
  • Allows classroom/face to face training as well as eLearning (Articulate!)
  • Is a good value product (ie affordable)

Does anyone have any recommendations as to where we should look? Someone here suggested Joomla, so we're going to look at that, but are there others in that sort of price range?

Any help would be very gratefully received!

Chris


Hello Chris,

I use Docebo cloud solution, my choice criteria for LMS was rather simple:
Online trial "a must" - I needed time to have my own installation to try and to activate online in order to evaluate features and simulate...
It is very easy to use, you can start with simplified interface and use the "Advanced features" when needed.
Nice multimedia content player and fresh interfaces (Lot of LMS like Moodle, Blackboard have really OOLD look ...).
There is customization possibility for template, tanguages and Third party interface.
It's a solution that you can activate online at http://www.docebo.com for free and test it if it fits your specific needs.

Best,
Peter