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Hyderabad, India – Sep 4, 2020

An LMS that Can Resolve Business Challenges and Maximize Training ROI


CommLab India, the industry leader in rapid eLearning and blended learning solutions, is hosting a webinar, ‘Introducing the New Age LMS’, on Sep 17th, 2020 at 11:00 am EDT. This webinar, to be presented by Deepa, Senior Content Writer at CommLab India, aims to help participants make the right choice when selecting an LMS, by providing clarity on the functionalities they need to look for.

The use of an LMS in organizations has evolved beyond the mere hosting and tracking of courses. The modern LMS has proven to be an invaluable business tool for organizations – both big and small – to streamline the learning process, productivity, and ROI. Most importantly it is seen as a tool that can resolve business challenges through optimizing training delivery. Organizations planning to invest in an LMS for the first time, switching over to a new LMS, or looking for LMS support will benefit greatly from this webinar.

You can register for this complementary one-hour webinar here.

Many L&D professionals across the globe grapple with challenges in LMS implementation and administration on a regular basis. A few challenges that will be addressed in this webinar are:

  • Delivering training to niche groups
  • Generating customized visual reports
  • Ensuring robust security
  • Integrating the LMS with external payment channels

With this webinar, CommLab India aims to help participants overcome these challenges to simplify the learning journey. Additionally, the webinar will also try to elaborate on the features and functionalities of the new age LMS and highlight how it can:

  • Address business challenges
  • Maximize training ROI

Organizations would like to have simple user-friendly navigation, support for gamification and mobile learning, integration with external applications, and easy report generation in their LMS.

Training managers would like to easily add and manage users on a large scale, send reminders, set learning paths, and generate certificates.

LMS Administrators want the LMS to be easily configurable, and with the ability to generate ad-hoc reports that provide actionable insights for L&D teams.

With 20 years of experience in corporate training, eLearning, and LMS support, CommLab India is in a formidable position to help organizations shift from an older cumbersome LMS to an easy-to-use new age LMS. The company knows the importance of the LMS in the learning process and wishes to make that service available for organizations wishing to invest in an LMS, along with the support required for seamless learning delivery.

Talking about the webinar, Dr. RK Prasad, CEO and Co-Founder, said, “Whether you are delivering content internally to your employees or to customers outside your organization, an LMS can handle the management, delivery, and tracking of online training. Choosing the right LMS can be a tough job and getting the right kind of support after LMS implementation is even tougher. With this webinar, we aim to help organizations make an informed choice when it comes to LMS implementation and support.”

About CommLab India:

CommLab India, with more than two decades’ experience in the learning industry serving 100 International customers in 30+ countries, is one of the most sought-after global leaders for rapid eLearning solutions. It has been ranked first among top providers of Rapid eLearning and Blended Learning Solutions for 2020 by eLearning Industry. 

With its formidable authoring tool expertise and decades of experience in corporate training and instructional design, CommLab India offers rapid eLearning solutions for speed, scale, and value… with any authoring tool for:

  • Converting of ILT material into instructionally sound, visually appealing, engaging eLearning curriculums, virtual sessions, and other digital learning formats
  • Converting legacy courses (from Flash or any other authoring tool) to HTML5, even when source files are not available
  • Translating English eLearning courses into 35 international languages – both text and audio