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1. Do you have an LMS system - name it.

2. Would you reccomend it?

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  • Hi! We have been using Lynda.com for several years. LinkedIn acquired them around 2016 and we're happy with the product. Learning topics include basic business courses essential for all employees and also include specialty training for sales, project management, web development, design, IT, marketing, strategy and more. Employees can access courses at their leisure and we also host lunch 'n learns with general topics relevant to everyone. Reports can be created by employee, curriculum, etc. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

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  • Hi, Keith.  Yes, I use Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning) and I think they are fantastic.  I would highly recommend them because not only do they have a bevy of easy to take courses in relevant fields, but you can also create your own training within the system and assign it.  I use it for Onboarding.  Good luck!

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  • Michelle Foster Thanks for your input!  With appreciation!

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  • Thanks Sandy Sullivan !

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  • Hi Keith -- We use SumTotal and like the features it offers along with the courses provided through Skillsoft (its parent company).  Good luck with your search! -- Chris

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  • Sandy Sullivan Michelle Foster For the platforms you use would you mind providing the pricing structure? Also, do they provide compliance course content?

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  • Benjamin McCall Lynda.com is $1,000 per license. I do not have information for the initial set-up but the cost per license has not changed in several years. I recently learned that the site is also available through Roku and we have a flat screen TV in a conference room to set up sessions with small groups Let me know if you have additional questions.

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  • Sandy Sullivan is there license fee or employee, group,or employee.  If that is a per employee price... Wooo

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  • Benjamin McCall there is an annual fee in the amount of $350 for each license purchased. Since LinkedIn has taken over, they are more strict as far as the number of times you can reassign a license. It's now up to two times per year (three people) or you could use one license for group sessions like we do for topics that apply to multiple employees, an entire department, etc.

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  • Sandy Sullivan so it's not necessarily a good pricepoint for a large pool of employees. More so for group training. Thank you for the insight!

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  • Benjamin McCall I believe the price goes down per license, depending upon the number of licenses purchased. Take care.

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  • Hi, Benjamin McCall ! I don't have the total pricing structure as our IT department pays for the full subscription. But I can tell you it only costs our HR Dept $230 per year extra to add customizable training, and its been well worth that small investment!

    Best wishes,


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