A White Label SaaS Platform for Corporate eLearning

Updated: Mar 1


Corporate eLearning refers to the use of electronic technologies (typically, the Internet) to implement and manage employee training and workforce development programs. As the global markets become more competitive and corporate workplaces increase in complexity, the need for effective corporate eLearning has grown. In fact, the corporate eLearning market size (valued at roughly $64 billion in 2019) is expected to grow CAGR 9.16% by 2025.


While corporate eLearning can impact most every area of an organization, the most common programs and courses include:


LMS Portals: White Label Corporate eLearning Course Development

Outsourcing for Corporate eLearning

As the need for corporate eLearning has grown, an increasing number of organizations have turned to third-party organizations to outsource the development and delivery of these programs. Supporting this was a recent study that found that, on average, companies now allocate more than 40% of their budget on outsourced eLearning services.


The reasons that companies are increasingly turning to outsourced corporate eLearning include:


Cost Reduction

Many companies find it to be more cost-effective to outsource their corporate training to third-party experts, rather than build and deliver it themselves.


Expertise

Through outsourced corporate eLearning, your company gains access to industry experts for the development and delivery of the training program.


Time to Delivery

Third-party outsourced delivery offers a much quicker turnaround than having to build and delivery corporate eLearning programs in-house.


Technology

Third-party corporate eLearning organizations typically offer access to state-of-the-art eLearning technologies, eliminating the need for the company to make those investments.


Core Focus

Outsourcing your corporate eLearning allows your company to gain access to expert training resources while maintaining your core focus.


SaaS LMS for Corporate eLearning

The foundational technology that supports all types of eLearning is a Learning Management System, or “LMS”. An LMS is the application that is used to build, deliver, and track corporate eLearning and training programs. While LMS technology is not new, recent years have seen the introduction of several LMS delivery and architecture options that are very well-suited for third-party corporate training organizations.


LMS Portals: White Label eLearning Analytics

SaaS-Based

A SaaS-based LMS is an application that is hosted by a third-party vendor and typically offered on a subscription basis. This approach eliminates the need for a large, up-front capital investment and shifts the responsibility for the ongoing management and maintenance of the system to the cloud vendor.


White Label

Some SaaS LMS vendors offer the ability to “white label” their offering. This can be very valuable for third-party corporate eLearning and training providers as it allows them to make it look like the technology is their own, thus enhancing their brand.


LMS Portals: White Label eLearning Multi-Tenant Architecture

Multi-Tenant

Multi-tenant architecture is a relatively new option in the LMS arena. Multitenancy allows you to “spin up” new instances of the LMS application in order to provide private, customized eLearning environments (portals) for each of your corporate clients.


LMS Portals: White Label SaaS for Corporate eLearning

LMS Portals provides our third-party corporate eLearning and training partners with a SaaS-based offering for white label LMS. In working with LMS Portals, you can launch and manage new, private eLearning portals on-demand to uniquely support each of your corporate clients. And each portal you launch can have its own branding, learning categories, courses, user onboarding, collaboration tools, analytics engine, and more.


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