(PRWEB) March 13, 2013
Capterra, an online service that connects buyers and sellers of business software, today released “The Ultimate Guide to Finding an LMS You’ll Love.” The free eBook provides actionable steps to help training professionals narrow down their options for a learning management system.
“Unfortunately, a lot of people hate their LMS,” said Capterra CEO, Michael Ortner. “And it’s not because they’re using a bad product. It’s because they’re using a bad product for them.”
The eBook guides buyers through the entire LMS selection process, from determining whether it’s time for an LMS, to identifying their LMS needs, and ultimately, making the right LMS software selection.
“I work with people every day who call in because they’re overwhelmed by all the LMS options out there,” said Capterra Software Advisor, Michael Kotchish. “They want to make a quick and easy choice, but it’s not really that simple. This eBook breaks down the steps so people can make a smart choice—even if it’s not an easy one.”
“The Ultimate Guide to Finding an LMS You’ll Love” is full of checklists, quizzes and other visual aids to help buyers narrow down their options from 300+ to the one that will meet their needs.
Learning management systems help both businesses and academic institutions distribute eLearning courses to employees, students, and other learners. Capterra’s eBook focuses specifically on the corporate LMS audience, who typically use learning management software to train employees, onboard new hires, conduct client training, offer certification programs, and track employee development. For a comprehensive list of learning management systems, visit Capterra’s LMS Software Directory.
At Capterra, we believe software makes the world a better place. That's why we love connecting buyers and sellers of business software. Our website shows companies all of their options and provides free tools to help them make the right decision. We provide software companies with a free listing on our comprehensive directory and give them the opportunity to upgrade for more exposure. For more information, visit http://www.capterra.com.