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What is an LMS?

A software platform that supports online and offline training content delivery and integrates with other systems and apps.


Delivers courses online, incorporating interactive tools and multiple types of media to aid different styles of learning.


Enables efficient course and user management, automating the process, tracking progress, and managing enrollments.


Employee Training

Helps orgs develop employee skills and knowledge that apply to both their professional and personal lives. With an LMS, you can deliver hard and soft skills training, and job and industry-specific learning to your employees.

Onboarding training

Offers a structured, uniform onboarding experience to every new hire. Introduce your new employees to company policies, culture, and their roles with planned training. And with automated processes, it can free your admins to focus on welcoming your people properly.

Continuous Training

Supports the continuous development of your people and your org’s growth strategy. Employees can choose from a catalog of courses and progress their careers in the direction they want. By promoting a culture of learning your org will stay competitive in its sector.

Department training

Allows for targeted department-specific training. Naturally, your teams will have different training needs, and an LMS platform sorts learners and training into separate branches. You can then assign specific content, without overloading your people with irrelevant training.

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Which industries use an LMS?

It’s not surprising then, that most industries choose to train using an LMS.

While we could add a never-ending list of corporate sectors, here are the most common industries:

  •  Use LMSs to reach every single learner, no matter the distance. Telecoms orgs also use LMSs to offer identical content to their employees in order to train a uniform workforce.


  • There are a lot of regulations that govern food prep (and alcohol). F&B companies depend on LMSs to keep their people aware of best hygiene practices, customer service, and compliance.

    Food & Beverage

  • Franchises use an LMS to ensure brand uniformity. By offering standardized courses, they can establish multiple locations and keep operations, service, and brand representation consistent.


  •  Keep their mission in sight, while training their teams. LMS software offers nonprofits a cost-effective way to train, so limited budgets won’t prevent skill development and progress.


  • Dispels the logistical nightmare of training dispersed teams with learning management systems. Logistics companies can invest in their teams without the huge expense of bringing people together for quarterly training days.

    Supply Chain

  • LMS platforms help real estate companies beat the competition. How? By developing their teams’ hard and soft skills, while tailoring content to everyone’s roles.

    Real Estate

  • Software companies use LMS training to keep their people updated on their rapidly advancing industry. Training can include programming languages, cybersecurity, and software development methodologies.

    Software & Tech

  • Organizations in the strictly regulated finance sector use LMS software to keep their learners compliant, up to date on financial ethics, and develop their customer-facing skills.

    Financial Services

  • Use LMSs so production lines run smoothly. Manufacturing orgs train their people on safety protocols, equipment operation, and quality control processes.


  • Often tight on budgets and time, healthcare providers use LMSs to circumvent these challenges. Online LMSs allow shift-based employees to log in and lean into training at convenient times without compromising provider-patient care.


  • Consultants (and consulting firms) use LMSs to train clients in a convenient and accessible way. By offering accessible services, they aim to help communicate their value by keeping clients engaged and returning.


  • Notably high in turnover and seasonal workers, the retail industry uses LMS platforms to repeat training at scale for a fraction of the cost. While also providing training that fits into shift patterns.


The TalentLMS mobile app

The Advantages of Mobile Learning

Learn on the go

With a mobile LMS app, teams that are always on the move don’t have to slow down to learn. Keep your people in the field and on track to reach their learning goals with training that’s available in just a few taps. 

One platform, one learning experience

Create a seamless learning experience for your learners across both the TalentLMS web platform and the mobile app. With the same login info, your people resume courses they started on desktop without missing a beat.

Boost participation

Throw a healthy sense of competition into the mix and hook your people on learning. With a leaderboard viewable on mobile, points, levels, badges, and rewards will have your learners striving for first place.

The LMS mobile app built to help teams grow on the go

Unlock even more benefits with the TalentLMS mobile apps available on iOS and Android. Now, your people log in and lean into training anytime, anywhere, and from any device. 

Compliance training

Ensures your people are up to date on all regulations and legal requirements related to their roles, industry, or government mandates like workplace harassment training. Take advantage of automatic recertification's to ensure your org’s and your learners’ continued compliance. 

Cyber security

Shores up your org’s security. Most threats exploit human error, which is why it’s essential you train your people to identify potential risks. You can offer scenario-based training to raise awareness, and prep your people to apply their knowledge.

Remote training

Acts as the platform to bridge the gap between your training and your remote learners, no matter their location. As long as your people have an internet connection (or not, with downloadable courses), they can log in and lean into training on your LMS from anywhere.

Enterprise training

Reaches learners outside your org. Partners, suppliers, resellers, customers and more. Anyone you may need to train, you can do so with LMS software. Most LMSs can be white-labeled to represent your brand on separate portals so you can manage all your learning audiences.

Train Offline

With the LMS for mobile learning, remote areas with limited connectivity are no longer an obstacle to training. Your learners can download courses*, complete them offline, and sync their progress when back online.

Stay Connected

In-app communication keeps you and your learners connected. Admins, instructors, and learners can all stay in touch through messaging and forums. And, when deadlines loom notifications keep learners on track. 

Remote Training

Run a compatibility check from desktop and quickly see which of your courses will play well on our mobile LMS software. With TalentLMS it’s easy to create mobile and offline compatible units, with support for SCORM, HTML, video, and more.

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