Bruno Cozzi is the Managing Director of innovative training and learning
management systems development company, Bluegem Software. He is one of Australia’s leading specialists in Training Management Systems.
With many years dedicated to technical management, business analysis and high quality software solutions, he leads a happy and vibrant hub of intelligent creative professionals, aching to continue to prove they are the best at what they do.
If you’re like me you’ve probably been wondering “what can I expect this year from the NVC? What’s going to make it worth my while travelling to Adelaide and sitting through 3 days of workshops and endless cups of coffee?” Well, if compliance and standards are your thing, you’ll probably be looking forward to learning what’s new, what’s changed, and what’s been fixed.
Is it just too hard to persuade your boss you’ve found the right training management system? As the expert in learning management, you may really like one learning management system over another, but does what you like make sense for the business as a whole? Does your boss agree? This article demonstrates how organisations like yours can analyse the pros and cons of introducing a TMS and hopefully give you the ammunition you need to ...
Development costs to customise your LMS can be high. But it doesn’t stop there... If you thought the bill for development and test was expensive, just wait till you add the cost of maintaining and supporting your custom changes. On average, a software company will charge somewhere between 20 to 30% of the original development cost each year for the life of the product.
For a learning and development manager there is nothing worse than having your administration or users complaining about a system that is difficult to use. You want to find a system that will make your life easier, not add more stress.
In a competitive market where businesses and individuals constantly strive to identify value, having a workforce which is trained, competent and confident in what they do is an enviable business advantage.
Multi-tenant software solutions are being touted as the newest best thing you have to have, the latest and greatest in cloud solutions - but what is single vs multi tenancy software, and does it really matter?