LMS help!

Can anyone recommend me an Learning Management System? Something like Skyprep. My aim is to train my employees. I’ll be putting up study materials for them which they will go through as different course. What are the basic things I have to follow? Any theme suggestions would also be great! Happy

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Here's how I find alternative apps.

I hit and type in this:


As to use, you look for companies that have training courses on their products.

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Learning management system available online

There are countless learning management system available online, and we don’t know which one is best, in that situation everyone confused to choose a right LMS. So we should compare top LMS and try free trail and select the right one which will help in your business.
I have searched and find some beneficial article and LMS comparison portal that can help you to take decision.

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Only a partial answer.

OK, you supplied some titles but what about their training to use said apps?

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Did you used this LMS before any comments on it..please share i am also looking for some best LMS and recently came to know about this Bistrainer LMS.

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Learning Management System

You need an integrated solution that works efficiently across the departments and whole learning ecosystem. It is not easy to find such a system and even if one finds it the migration to the new system is a herculean task.
If you want to get into online education and training you have to start looking for a system that includes all components like CRM, HRM, SIS and of course the LMS. This will improve efficiency and reduce costs.
There are quite a few highly developed and interactive mobile friendly LMS that are available. One of them is Klaspad and that not only meets all your requirements but also offers many other added features. Just go to their website There is live demo on the site that enables you to see and test quite a few features.

Post was last edited on December 11, 2015 2:23 AM PST

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Possible option

Here is a Web site for MINDFLASH:

I recommend this software because it is very versatile and user-friendly.

+ Multi Lingual Support


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