E-Learning Management

Wesnia is the world’s easiest to use Learning Management System.
For training professionals who need a trusted vendor with deep domain expertise, Wesnia provides a cloud-based learning management solution (LMS) that unifies virtual, classroom, mobile, social and eCommerce capabilities in a single, secure, and scalable platform that can meet any organization’s training needs. With Wesnia, you can engage learners anytime through native apps for Android and iOS, extend your ecosystem by using prepackaged connectors and REST APIs, and protect your data through enterprise-grade security.

Wesnia LMS is used for employee training, customer training, compliance training, and partner training.
A learning management system (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of educational courses or training programs.They help the instructor deliver material to the students, administer tests and other assignments, track student progress, and manage record-keeping. LMSes support a range of uses, from supporting classes that meet in physical classrooms to acting as a platform for fully online courses, as well as several hybrid forms, such as blended learning and flipped classrooms.

In the corporate market in 2015, the six largest LMS providers constitute approximately 50% of the market, with SuccessFactors Learning, Saba Software, Voniz Inc and SumTotal Systems being the four largest providers.
Another service related to LMS comes from the standardized test preparation vendors, where companies such as Princeton Review or BenchPrep offer online test prep courses.

Many users of LMSs use an authoring tool to create content, which is then hosted on an LMS. In many cases LMSes include a primitive authoring tool for basic content manipulation. There are several standards for creating and integrating complex content into an LMS, including AICC, SCORM and Learning Tools Interoperability. All widely adopted LMSes offer one or more of these standards for importing content.
Evaluation of LMSs is a complex task and significant research supports different forms of evaluation, including iterative processes where students’ experiences and approaches to learning are evaluated.