Intelex is a comprehensive management software that is carefully designed to fit in a variety of industries and aid in a variety of management-related tasks. It is one of the more popular LMS softwares on the market today and has been implemented by many major clients (including several Fortune 500 companies). Intelex offers a free trial of the software and a live demo for those interested in seeing what it can do.
Bridge is a fairly new LMS system built to adhere to SCORM guidelines. It was founded by the same team who created higher-education backend Canvas; as a result, many of the same educational properties have been passed down to this new software and even improved upon. It has a number of helpful analytics options for monitoring progress and receiving feedback as a course creator, but doesn't have any features that allow for external use or selling courses to outside organizations.
Whatfix started as a way to provide tutorials and guidance for customers without having to staff a giant call center for customer support. Instead, Whatfix hopes to make it simple and easy for companies of all sizes to create quick how-tos that customers can peruse from home, to cut out the need for live support.
Administrate provides an LMS platform designed specifically to help training providers from all industries operate within their own domains and websites. It makes it simple to monetize the administration of courses and accepts multiple types of currency. It's an affordable way for course providers to keep everything organized on a clean and reliable platform.
Bloomfire is a cloud-based social learning platform that has taken the standard LMS layout and taken modern strides with it. The platform emphasizes quick and simple course building and training all through their mobile educational platform. They also aid the learning process by offering up extensive customer support, as well as sales enablement tasks.
LearningZen.com is an internet-based multimedia training platform for small businesses, nonprofit organizations, government agencies and individuals to educate and collaborate. Their philosophy is that "effective training is the foundation of a successful business." There is no software to download or tools to buy. Upon signing up for this online training platform, you can be up and running in a matter of hours. LearningZen believes in "enabling people to realize personal and organizational potential through education and training."
Skilljar, founded in 2013, is a cloud-based learning management system that allows businesses of all size to create and manage training programs online for customers, vendors, and partners. Upload content, customize with your own branding, publish courses, and analyze results no matter your level of developer or technical expertise.
Grovo is an online learning based company that launched its website in order to assist individuals and employers solve the digital skills gap - meaning technology is growing at an astounding rate and it can be challenging keeping up with the times.