AHLC was on another learning management system (LMS) prior to Adobe Learning Manager, but quickly found that it didn’t add enough value to customers to invest in it further. For a few years AHLC chose to run all of its operations manually and share content offline while searching for a nimble, agile system on the side. After evaluating several market players, AHLC selected Adobe Learning Manager. The other LMSs were either too complicated, too costly, took too long to set up, or didn’t solve the business goals of a training provider. Learning Manager lets AHLC focus on content and learner experiences rather than the underlying technology.
“The Adobe sales team took time to understand AHLC’s business case and then helped our team get management buy-in with a pilot presentation of our learning experience,” says Gandhi. “As end users, we like Adobe Learning Manager because it gives us greater control of how we build, deliver, and measure our training success.”
Workers used to manage emails, course tracking, and experience development on separate systems. Adobe Learning Manager streamlines these activities in a single platform that provides one-click content publishing, automatically assigns learning activities, and eliminates manual report generation.
“Business is expanding, but the AHLC Learning Operations team is not,” says Gandhi. “The ability to schedule and automate activities in Adobe Learning Manager frees our team to focus on content quality and revenue generation instead of repetitive manual tasks.”