Meticulous LMS Version Control Is a Win for Productivity, Compliance, and Profit

by Rubi Ahsan Associate S.E.O Consultant


Several areas need to be merged to ensure all content is the most up-to-date and up-to-date.

1. Centralized content management

People work in different offices, departments, and countries, so it's easy to have multiple versions of an SOP or content lying around. If you can't find or authorize the correct version to use, the process will slow down. Content centralization is essential to design an efficient system.

2. Collaborate easily with flexible permissions

More than one person is likely involved in approving and/or updating content. There should be no barriers to collaboration between employees.

3. Perfect integration

Content is useless if it cannot be easily exported to the LMS and subsequent learning paths. Make sure that the LMS also accepts multiple types of content, e.g. SCORM, video, and PowerPoint.

4. Automation.

When there are large amounts of content that need to load quickly, automation is non-negotiable. It not only speeds up the process but also removes human errors. This is important for highly regulated industries.

5. Simple processes

When time is of the essence, it's not productive to joke with complicated methods. The composition of the processes will help to simplify and speed things up. For example, an administrator should be able to update an SOP once and have it updated throughout the system. This means that it also sends reminders to employees to remind them that there is new learning material that needs to be picked up or picked up.

The selection process

Choosing a learning management system requires attention to all the details… content is one of them.

Depending on your role within the LMS recruiting team, you may want to learn more about how SMBs work on the content and how to make sure everything works from the latest release.

If you are the CEO, we encourage you to delve into the questions that explain how efficient LMS is when it comes to content and versioning.

·        Can it handle large amounts of data?

·        How quickly can new content be added and how does this affect the efficiency of current integration or compliance methods?

·        Are there options for custom content and what is the lead time?

All members of the LMS selection team have a different view of the content and how to manage it with the LMS. Make sure all opinions are noted and brought to the discussion table.

Even better, write down the use cases that can better explain what you need so that the vendor can explain in more detail how they would solve the problems.

Choosing the right LMS would bring several benefits that will push your company to achieve its goals. Content is such an important piece of the puzzle. And when it fits neatly into learning programs, you'll experience faster integration, better compliance, and more time to focus on the big picture. So think carefully about version control during the selection process.

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About Rubi Ahsan Magnate I     Associate S.E.O Consultant

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