5 Reasons iSpring Learn LMS Earned the Top Spot on GetApp

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In the past, a Learning Management System (LMS) was used only for content curation and storing learners’ training records. With the shift in learning trends, this no longer holds true. Learning has evolved from one-size-fits-all to personalized, a day-long activity to a bite-sized activity, formal to informal, and organizations today are looking for the right LMS to address these needs.I recently happened to go through GetApp’s quarterly ranking for Q4 2017 that showcases the best cloud-based LMS apps. iSpring Learn LMS from iSpring Solutions Inc. topped the list based on 5 key features. For organizations looking for a powerful LMS to deliver effective training to their employees, GetApp’s ranking serves as a point of reference. Read on to know more about the decisive factors that helped iSpring Learn clinch the top spot.

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