Abara LMS for Corporate Training and Development

Abara LMS is a full-feature LMS supporting blended learning in any corporate setting. The LMS supports digital learning like SCORM compliant courses, videos, digital documents like PDF, PPT, Word, live virtual training via Zoom/WebEx, and in person classroom training.

LMS with Wide Range of Uses

Abara LMS for corporate training can be implemented for both segmented and organization-wide use. Training facilitators can use the LMS to train specific departments and verticals or deploy the LMS for every employee in the organization to access.

Moving informal or traditional classroom training and paper-based assessments to digital formats is the first step towards implementing better processes.

LMS for Corporate Training
LMS for Corporate Training

The Best LMS for Corporate Employee Training

Abara LMS supports multiple use cases within corporate learning/education and training settings. These include:

Use digital learning and blended learning methods to train new hires especially in work-from home (WFH) and remote work settings. Build re-useable learning assets to train new hires faster by saving costs and providing a consistent experience to get new employees going. Using an LMS allows organizations to bring new hires up-to-speed faster when compared to situations where training is informal, inconsistent, and the organization does not have the means to measure outcomes and learning progress.
In the dynamic world, employees need an opportunity to upskill, improve their knowledge, and abilities. Not just from an organization’s point of view, but also as an HR strategy to keep people engaged and aligned to the growth aspirations of the organization. The ability to provide continuous training and learning opportunities to your employees is important. An LMS helps create automation workflows to allow organizations in creating such opportunities, which can be defined as mandatory training or optional, which learners can enroll in based on their career aspirations.
An LMS is a critical tool to manage compliance training which needs to be tracked as a measure to prevent risks. The ability to provide health and safety training, HR policy training, IT policy training, work-from-home policy training in a consistent manner with the ability to track and follow up on the course progress is critical. An LMS allows corporates to conduct compliance training, track learners for non-completion, certification automation, and recertification. All of these can be automated on the Abara LMS platform.
Whether an organization wants to conduct product or skills training, distribute information about the organization, an LMS can help formalize the process of sales training. Using an LMS, new sales team members can be onboarded faster. Ongoing training is formalized on Abara, and assessments can be conducted to demonstrate learning progress. Sales training aims bridge knowledge and skill gaps faster to achieve the sales and revenue goals.
Training external sales teams which act as distribution, resellers, or channel partners are equally critical as compare to training internal sales teams. As providing effective training is critical to executing a channel partner strategy. Any gaps in knowledge of products/services and customer service from the extended enterprise can cause damage to the customer experience and brand reputation. Doing so in a global context with supply chains and distribution is even more complex due to language and cultural nuances. The ability to use an LMS to train various parts of the extended enterprise helps bring order to otherwise informal training setups.
In the era of self-help and self-service, training your customers in an organized manner is critical to improving adoption and customer experience. The more complex the product, the more critical it is to make product training available in an interactive for customers to use in order to understand the product. Not providing such resources via an LMS/Training Academy or Training Portal can be a big competitive disadvantage. Organizations have increasingly adopted LMSes to provide their customers with access to such training alongside Help Desks, Support Portals, and Knowledge Bases. Lack of such training in digital formats via an LMS can be a major pain point and can result in more help/support tickets and additional pressure and cost to manage larger support teams.

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