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Research into LMS market published
Oakland, California - Bersin & Associates has announced the availability of its newest research study - 'Learning Management Systems 2008: Facts, Practical Analysis, Trends, and Vendor Profiles'.
Josh Bersin, president of Bersin & Associates, said: "Over the last 10 years, LMSs have evolved into very sophisticated and complex enterprise applications. These systems are now morphing into strategic platforms for on-demand learning and talent management. The market remains red hot. Most organisations now realize that an LMS will drive tremendous enterprise value."
Karen O'Leonard, principal analyst and primary author of the study, said: "This research helps readers benchmark their current systems, understand trends, select new systems, and learn best practices in important areas such as system governance, content management, talent management integration, and system support."
The study is available at no cost to Bersin & Associates research members. Non-members can purchase the study for $1,495 or can purchase it along with the recently published 2007 LMS Customer Satisfaction for $1,695.
For more information on Learning Management Systems 2008, visit: www.bersin.com/lms
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