Richmond, VA · November 06, 2013. Gyrus Systems, a leading Learning Management Systems (LMS) vendor, announced today it has released today “Learning Management System (LMS)
Switching Guide” to address the common challenges pertaining to the process of LMS switching.
It is designed to help organizations planning to or carrying out the LMS switching endeavor. Organizations planning to switch over to a new LMS or those in the midst of this process now have a ready guide to refer to 'LMS Switching Guide', a free guide released by Gyrus Systems, will help organizations sail through the daunting process of LMS switching smoothly. Identifying the problems faced with the current LMS, selecting the right Learning Management System, migrating the existing data including training records and user generated content to the new LMS, are some of the main concerns that an organization planning for an LMS switch faces. The large number of LMSs available in the market today further adds to the complexity. The LMS Switching Guide addresses all these pain areas. Designed as a guidebook, organizations can refer and take help from it at every step of the LMS switching process, right from the initial stage of selecting the LMS that fulfils their training needs to evaluating the success of the entire switching process.
Key topics covered in the LMS Switching Guide include:
LMS Switching guide draws on over twenty six years experience in the training industry and is underpinned by our understanding of the client requirements and the LMS switching process in particular. Speaking on choosing LMS switching, Viren Kapadia, President and CEO of Gyrus Systems said, "For most organizations the thought of switching over to a new LMS itself can be daunting. Yes, switching an LMS is challenging and needs to be executed in a well thought out manner. But a good understanding of the switching process ensures that the end result is positive and gives a high return on the time invested in the process. I am positive that this LMS Switching Guide will help organizations achieve that."
LMS Switching Guide is freely available to download from Gyrus Systems website at http://www.gyrus.com/media-gallery
Gyrus Systems is the one-stop solution for the efficient management of any size training program. Since 1987, 425+ companies in over 15 countries have put Gyrus Systems’ learning management technologies to work making their operation more efficient, more productive, and a greater contributor to the success of their organization. The company is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. For more information, please visit http://www.gyrus.com/.
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