How Much Will You Really Pay For Your New LMS And How You Can Save Using Microsoft SharePoint?

by ShareKnowledge

Why a SharePoint and LMS fusion offers security and compliance benefits of an on-premise LMS and the cost-effectiveness of a cloud one.

Key Chapters

  1. What does the total cost of an LMS really consist of?

    Take note of the hidden costs in order to get a clear and accurate picture of what the LMS really costs.

  2. Cloud LMS: A True Cost Analysis

    Pros and cons of a cloud-based LMS.

  3. On-Premise LMS: A True Cost Analysis

    Pros and cons of an on-premise LMS.

  4. Evaluating the advantages of a SharePoint-based LMS

    Why a SharePoint-based LMS is more advantageous and cost effective than other on-premise and SaaS solutions?

  5. Checklist for estimating total cost of ownership of an LMS

    A list of the most useful cost elements to consider during the pre-purchase LMS evaluation.

With a learning management system, besides the cost of licenses and implementation, it is very important to take note of any hidden costs in order to get a clear and accurate picture of what the LMS really costs.

One of the best pieces of advice I can give a potential buyer is to look at the total cost of ownership of an LMS. The price tag is just the tip of the iceberg. Ask yourself, what other costs are associated like licensing fees, additional hardware/software needed, implementation costs and ongoing support costs.

Keth Crotty

Keth Crotty
VP of Business Development at ShareKnowledge