As the rate of penetration of e-learning solutions in corporate firms rises, there is a rise in the demand for Learning Management System (LMS). Using a LMS, a company can deliver and regulate content for the e-learning project between its employees. Moreover, it can reduce the turnaround time for orientations as well as for training the personnel for compliance issues. A large enterprise can even use LMS to ensure collaborative learning among geographically dispersed employees who need to be trained at the same time using common course material.

Managing Content

Administrators are authorised to leverage the LMS application for managing the content that has to be delivered to the learners. This software enables them to access the data to be used for training; administrators based in any part of the world can conveniently use the programme via a high speed Internet connection.

Student Registration

Registering themselves for an e-learning course can be easy for anyone as the data can be filled in the online form with utmost ease. The users simply need to create a profile based on the questions present in the online form. This profile is stored on the company's private database and can only be used by administrators or authorised trainers.

Allocating Resources

The main purpose of a Learning Management System is to disseminate the content among students. As students register themselves for specific modules in this solution, the requisite course material can be allocated to them without any hassles by this Internet-based application from any part of the world.


Apart from creating an environment that is conducive towards collaborative learning, a LMS also maintains the requisite documentation regarding the content distributed among the users. A sound and reliable LMS can easily keep a track of the content and tests sent to students as part of their online training courses.


It is ease to use a LMS for preparing reports that clearly define the rate of improvement of the participants and other metrics. This type of information helps trainers, project managers or other concerned authorities to understand whether an individual or a team has been able to incorporate the skills being taught in the training programme.

Information Sharing:

Informative and reliable content that is distributed among users via LMS can easily be shared among geographically distant students. This is important for all companies which want to deploy a solution that streamlines e-learning and makes collaborative learning easy.

Considering that a LMS can prove to be useful for administrative work, reporting, documentation, distribution and enrolment, it can be said that it is essential for any company using an e-learning platform.

Author's Bio: 

Gireesh Sharma is a journalist an author specializing in topics related to E-learning Development , collaborative learning and Custom E-Learning.