Study: Corporations Looking for Learning Technology

July 15, 2016

Corporations are growing increasingly dissatisfied with their learning management systems, and many are looking to switch in the near future, according to a study by the Brandon Hall Group, a research and advisory services firm. Nearly half of the businesses surveyed (44 percent) said they are considering changing learning management systems in the next two years, up from 38 percent last year. Many learning management system providers have expanded into the corporate market or are considering doing so, as the higher education market is often considered to be saturated. The study suggests that the corporate market presents an opportunity for growth: two-thirds of the surveyed businesses said they only have a "loosely defined learning technology strategy," while a full third said they don't have any sort of learning management system in place.

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