5 Common Misconceptions About LMS For SMBs

| January 30, 2019

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It is a common misconception that Learning Management Systems only benefits large organizations. Contrary to this, SMBs benefit the most from LMS training. An LMS for SMBs helps conduct on-the-job training efficiently whenever the need arises. It helps to keep your employees in tabs with all the new skills in their areas of expertise. SMBs realize a high ROI from LMSs because vendors allow flexible methods of payment such as subscriptions or monthly licenses.

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