Customer and partner training is integral to all businesses, and you don’t need a separate LMS to facilitate that training. If you already have a corporate LMS, you can run a feasibility rest and consider a few factors to get started.
Some considerations to keep in mind include:
- Feasibility: Determine whether it is feasible to use your corporate LMS for customer and partner training, taking into account factors such as whether it has the necessary features and functionality and whether it can be customized or branded as needed.
- Resources: Consider whether you have the necessary resources, such as staff and budget, to support customer and partner training using your corporate LMS.
- Integration with other systems: If your corporate LMS does not integrate well with other systems and tools that your customers and partners use, it may be difficult for them to access and use the training materials.
- Data security: If you are concerned about data security, you may want to consider whether it is appropriate to use your corporate LMS for customer and partner training.
Ultimately, the decision to use your corporate LMS for customer and partner training will depend on a variety of factors and will require careful consideration and planning.