One of the most important differences between an employee LMS and an extended enterprise LMS are the ecommerce capabilities. There is rarely a need to sell content to your employees, so many employee LMSs have the barest minimum of ecommerce capabilities – if that. An extended enterprise LMS is designed from the ground up to sell content to individuals, organizations and even through reseller networks. Extended enterprise LMSs are the system of choice for organizations to train their prospects, customers and partners, but also for training companies, associations and any other entity that is selling content as a core business. Examples of strong extended enterprise LMS vendors that focus on ecommerce include Absorb, BenchPrep, Docebo, LearnDot and Thought Industries. (Register for the Talented Learning 2020 Extended Enterprise Awards Webinar on 6/30/2020 to discover all the learning systems market leaders.)   What Level of Learning System eCommerce Do You Need? As part of my ongoing efforts reviewing over 250 learning technology providers and helping over 100 extended enterprise LMS buyers select a solution, I’ve consolidated all the ecommerce requirements and capabilities that I’ve seen recently and then categorized them in three increasing levels of sophistication. REPLAY THIS WEBINAR NOW Level 1: [...]

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