19 juli 2017 49 x bekeken

The choice of a Learning Management System (LMS) is an important one as an effective LMS satisfies the many requirements for ensuring that you can guarantee the quality of your business processes. The necessary elements are addressed in this blog.

SaaS Learning Management System

SaaS, or “Software as a Service”, is the offering of applications through the Internet, otherwise known as cloud software or hosted software, the benefits of which make it indispensable in the software world. The most significant advantage of an SaaS Learning Management System is that employees have access to the personal learning environment 24/7.


The business model of an LMS is, in most cases, linked to tiered pricing, which can make it unaffordable for small (business) organizations. By offering an LMS SaaS, however, the cost can be reduced. Furthermore, LearnLinq has no implementation costs, keeping the “total cost of ownership” as low as possible.

User friendly

User-friendliness is increasingly important in the software industry. LearnLinq uses Google Material Design which follows Google’s philosophy aimed at making the most complex situations clear and simple.


An Learning Management System must also be clear and must show the crucial elements rather than providing employees with irrelevant data. A clear interface and clear dashboards are also must-haves for an LMS to get the most out of your employees.

The long arm

An LMS must be supportive of Human Resources; previously, education training and courses were planned via single Excel sheets, but with LearnLinq this is no longer necessary as, with the click of a button, you can send invitations to staff and plan training and courses. With LearnLinq, actions such as program-planning, confirmation emails, attendance-lists and results are now fully automated.

Mobile support

A good LMS should also be available in a mobile environment. Given the increased popularity of mobile-learning, support for this is necessary. A (web) application ensures that employees can always access the personal learning environment.


An LMS must be able to allocate responsibilities appropriately. For example, hospitals run self-governing teams and self-organizing departments with their learning modules.


An LMS must be able to anticipate the future training needs of an employee. To this end, LearnLinq has developed Compliance Area Management, which connects practice profiles to people, functions, workplaces and locations. Accordingly, you know when your training or course has to take place or has expired. As a result, you have qualified, skilled and certified personnel at all times.

Content and technology independent

A good LMS must be able to run any module. For example, the system should not be vendor-dependent and should also be capable of accessing third-party content, such as the widely used SCORM and LTI.

LearnLinq LMS

LearnLinq is the LMS which combines all these elements, and more, into a total solution. Download the free brochure now for a full overview of LearnLinq’s extensive features. Alternatively, start your free trial and be surprised by the possibilities of LearnLinq.

More information about the LMS can be found on the website www.learnlinq.com