Top 12 Enterprise e-Learning software (LMS)

Last updated: July 02, 2021

Learning management systems help companies implement and manage company e-Learning initiatives. These solutions are used to manage training programs for onboarding, career development, compliance, and other employee training initiatives.
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The LMS you need, the social learning experience your learners want, powered by Artificial Intelligence. Automate learning management, facilitate informal learning, and personalize the learner experience to make learning your competitive advantage.
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Moodle is a free and open-source learning management system (LMS) written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. With customizable management features, it is used to create private websites with online courses for educators and trainers to achieve learning goals.
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Move your training online with TalentLMS. A cloud-based learning platform ideal for creating online courses and sharing them with remote teams.
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Deliver training anytime, anywhere with our easy to use learning management system, pre-built courses, and e-learning solutions.
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Degreed is a lifelong learning platform that individuals and organizations use to discover learning content, build skills, and certify their expertise.
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Google Classroom makes teaching more productive and meaningful by streamlining assignments, boosting collaboration, and fostering communication. Educators can create classes, distribute assignments, send feedback, and see everything in one place. Classroom also seamlessly integrates with other Google tools like Google Docs and Drive.
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Lessonly is the powerfully simple way for teams to learn and practice like never before.
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iSpring Suite is a PowerPoint-based authoring toolkit that allows users to create slide-based courses, quizzes, dialog simulations, screencasts, video lectures, and other interactive learning materials. The output courses are published in HTML5.
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Train employees, partners and customers effectively with a next-gen LMS. Deliver an enhanced & enjoyable learning experience for your learners. Reduce skill gaps to manage a learner ecosystem that is engaged, compliant and updated. Take advantage of the all-new AI-based Social Learning to encourage learning in the flow of work and allow peers to learn from each other.
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Articulate 360 includes both Storyline 360 and Rise 360, plus a slew of other authoring apps. Use Storyline 360 to develop custom, interactive courses that work on every device—without any manual tweaking. It's powerful enough for experts, but easy for beginners to create virtually any interaction imaginable. Choose Rise 360 when you want to build fully responsive courses in minutes. All you need is a web browser to quickly create beautiful courses optimized for every screen size.
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Train your employees, partners, and customers with LearnUpon’s LMS. Manage, track, and achieve your learning goals — all through a single, powerful solution.
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Absorb is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS) engineered to inspire learning and fuel business productivity. Our online learning platform combines forward-thinking technology built to scale as your organization grows, with superb customer service rarely seen in the LMS space.

Latest news about Enterprise e-Learning software (LMS)


2021. Training platform Virti raises $10M to teach soft skills in VR



Digital training platform Virti has raised $10 million in a Series A. Virti works across mobile or desktop devices, or VR/AR headsets and captures data across all three to analyze, measure and give feedback on employee performance, turning a lot of subjectively assessed skills into more objective and measurable data. Virti claims its deep learning technology is improving training outcomes by up to 230% and the startups says it has increased revenues by 978%. It also has a cloud-based, no-code simulation creation suite allowing organizations to build their own bespoke training modules.


2021. Education platform Guild Education raised $150M



Guild Education, which pairs employees with employer-sponsored learning opportunities, has raised $150 million in a Series E round. Guild works with three different stakeholders: employees, employers and colleges. The up-skilling platform partners with large employers, such as Walmart, Chipotle and The Walt Disney Company, as well as low-cost universities, bootcamps and learning providers. Then, it offers a marketplace for students to choose content, giving them optionality to pick which skills will best prepare them for the future.




2021. OpenClassrooms raises $80 million for its online education platform



French startup OpenClassrooms has raised an $80 million Series C funding round. OpenClassrooms covers many different fields, from web development to digital marketing, product management, HR and sales. Those paths are quite demanding as it can take 6 to 12 months of full-time work to complete a training program. OpenClassrooms partners with mentors so that they can help you remain motivated. Some companies, such as Capgemini, have teamed up with OpenClassrooms to offer apprenticeship programs. Students get to learn new skills and work for Capgemini at the same time.


2021. Gamified corporate training startup Attensi raises $26M



Norwegian corporate training startup Attensi has raised $26M. Attensi uses a gamified approach to corporate training, putting employees into 3D simulations of their workplace and work processes. Its competitors include companies like GoSkills, Mindflash, SAP Litmos and Skilljar. The company claims it has experienced a 63% CAGR in annual recurring revenue. Its clients include Daimler Mercedes Benz, Circle K, Equinor, BCG and ASDA.


2020. WorkRamp raises $17M to ramp up its enterprise learning platform



Remote learning and training have become a large priority this year for organizations looking to keep employees engaged. WorkRamp, which has built a platform that helps organizations build their own training materials, and then distribute them both to their workforce and to partners, has raised $17 million, a Series B round of funding. Its big pitch is that it has built the tools to make it easy for companies to build their own training and learning materials, incorporating tests, videos, slide shows and more, and by making it easier for companies to build these themselves, the materials themselves become more engaging and less stiff.


2020. LearnUpon raises $56M for its online learning management system for enterprises



Startup called LearnUpon, which has been building e-learning solutions for corporates to use for development and training, has raised $56M. LearnUpon already has some 1,000 customers globally, including Booking.com, Twilio, USA Football and Zendesk. And notably, eight-year-old LearnUpon was profitable and had only raised $1.5 million before now. One reason why LearnUpon is finding some traction against the rest LMS providers, and why it’s better, is because it’s a more comprehensive platform. Users can run live or asynchronous (on-demand) learning or training, and the SaaS LMS is designed to handle material and learning environments for multiple “students” — be they internal users, partners of the organization, or customers. In contrast, he said that many other solutions are more narrow in their scope, requiring organizations to manage multiple systems.


2020. Workforce training app developer Poka adds strategic investor Schneider Electric


Poka, a workforce training app and software service for industrial companies, has added to its roster of backers SE Ventures, the venture capital arm of the European energy and automation conglomerate Schneider Electric. The company has raised more than $23 million in funding so far for its application and software services package that provides training and tips for workers on the factory floor. Poka was designed specifically to address the challenges and needs of large global manufacturers — many of whom are clients of Schneider Electric, so the new funding makes sense.


2020. GO1, an enterprise learning platform, picks up $40M from Microsoft, Salesforce



GO1, an online learning platform focused specifically on professional training courses (both those to enhance a worker’s skills as well as those needed for company compliance training),has raised $40 million in funding with participation from Microsoft’s venture arm M12 and Salesforce Ventures. Microsoft is a strategic backer: GO1 integrated with Teams, so now users can access GO1 content directly via Microsoft’s enterprise-facing video and messaging platform. Similarly, Salesforce is also coming in as a strategic, integrating this into its own online personal development products and initiatives. GO1 counts the likes of the University of Oxford, Suzuki, Asahi and Thrifty among its 3,000+ customers, with more than 1.5 million users


2019. Workplace learning platform HowNow scores $3M funding



HowNow, the workforce learning platform, has raised $3M. Designed for organisations that want to support teams with self-directed learning and the development of “business-critical” skills, HowNow is described as an integrated learning platform that autonomously curates learning resources, “business intelligence” and market insights that live in various internal and external sources. This is powered by a browser extension and integrations with Slack, Salesforce, HubSpot and more than 300 other apps. Machine-learning is also employed to push the right content to the right employee.


2018. Google Classroom now available for enterprise G Suite accounts



Google Classroom - the company’s education offering - is now available for all G Suite customers as an “additional service.” Google Classroom allows to create classes, distribute assignments, give quizzes, and communicate with students. It is centered around a Stream that provides a chronological list of assignments and questions that can be seen and answered by all. It may be useful for any “instructor-led setting,” including tutoring centers and other employee trainings. This additional service will be available for G Suite Basic, Business, and Enterprise customers, with Classroom enabled by default unless otherwise manually opted out of by admins.


2016. LinkedIn unveiled e-Learning service



Business-oriented social network LinkedIn (now owned by Microsoft) launched the e-learning portal called LinkedIn Learning, containing thousands of online courses from coding to accounting. It's based on startup Lynda.com, acquired by LinkedIn last year. The courses can be either selected by employees themselves or pushed by employers, who can use LinkedIn’s analytics products to monitor employees progress. LinkedIn education is available for free for LinkedIn Premium subscribers who look like they will get 25 new courses every week.