Choosing And Implementing A New LMS Or Migrating To A New Learning Platform?

| October 21, 2018

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A recent study found that 48% of organisations were looking for a new or different learning technology .Once you have researched the LMS options and shortlisted your preferences, take your preferred vendors’ implementation schemes into account – choosing the best LMS is not an assurance of success in itself.Whether you are implementing a new LMS from scratch or simply migrating to a new learning platform, ensure you allocate the right resources to each stage of the process. Without sufficient planning, the ability to deliver meaningful learning experiences will be difficult.

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Affero occupies a prominent position in the Corporate Education market in Brazil. It is a reference in the development of innovative and engaging educational solutions, incorporating learning methodologies and technologies that favor connectivity, personalization, continuity and interactivity. With a broad field of education and information technologies, we have a dynamic and fast-developing team that integrates professionals in education, technology, design, consulting, commercial, media and many other areas of knowledge

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