Learning Management System (LMS)

Nowadays, most companies choose to deliver their training online. So the LMS training market is growing so fast since the beginning of the century. This growth made companies search for a Learning Management System (LMS). A virtual classroom experience is also available on the LMS platform. Virtual learning creates more engaging circumstances for employees. And research shows that learning through VR gives more results than non-virtual learning methodologies because classroom training is always more effective than any other training. Hence, many corporate organisations opt for virtual learning through LMS.


So, what exactly is an LMS?

An LMS is a software that companies use to develop, deliver, and track training status for their employees, clients, and partners. The word ‘training’ gives us an image of classroom with an instructor giving lectures or a large conference or workshop as in the case of a corporate training. But this traditional way of learning is greatly reducing due to the advent of online learning tools.

Online training has become popular, because of its easy connectivity methods. With the abundant growth of the e-learning market; companies, instructors and learners have realised the benefit of virtual and LMS training sessions.

Through LMS, companies offer online training to their users all around the world, both in real time and also as recorded sessions. Trainees can also access additional learning materials like courses, guides, quizzes and videos at their convenient time and place.

Core Function of an LMS

“An LMS enables you to create, manage, and deliver e-learning courses, as in the same way a word processor (like Microsoft Word) helps you to write documents, and email server (like Gmail) helps you to manage your email. Let's look at each of these words for a better understanding of the LMS definition.”

L - Learning
because you use it to deliver training courses and programs
M - Management
because it helps you organize these courses
S - System
because you do everything online and keep all data in one place


Components of an LMS

A Learning Management System consists of two parts:

1. Admin interface

Where a training manager perform the important role to function back-office tasks like administrative and support work in order to organize their company’s learning programs. There the admin create, manage and deliver courses. Add learners, analyze, learn, reports, automate notifications, etc.

2. User interface

That runs inside the browser (like Gmail or Facebook). This is what learners see when they enroll or are assigned to a course.So, what is the actual function of an LMS?

An LMS helps you to:

Create: Develop online lessons or elearning content. You can also make several lessons into modules and several modules into courses.

Deliver: Assign, offer or sell courses to employees, partners, customers, or a large number of audience.

Monitor: Enroll and manage your learners or participants. You can also track and assess their performance.

Who needs an LMS?

In addition to educational institutions, there are lot more people who are using LMS to deliver their content.

Here are some examples of different companies and organizations that use LMS for training:

  • Educational institutions (schools, colleges and independent instructors)
  • Online and e-learning based educational institutions
  • Enterprises of all sizes, from large multinationals to SMEs

  • Government organizations, from the United Nations to your local co-op, government agencies, and regional government offices
  • Non-government and Non-profit organizations
  • A wide range of industries, such as healthcare, tech start-ups, etc.

Thus, LMS can fulfill various training need for all.This includes various sectors like an educational expert selling courses online, an organization using LMS to train their employees, and a consulting agency giving training to their clients.

Our LMS Solutions

Academic LMS

Offering Classroom learning in the Digital platform

Training Institution LMS

The goal of education is understanding and the goal of training is performance

Corporate LMS

This LMS is used to train employees, partners or clients in a company

Our LMS Main Features

It is important that you know what features are available in an LMS that provide a better learning experience for your audience.
These LMS features are:

  • Branding and/or customization of the LMS user interface
  • Integration with third-party systems and sharing information through eLearning standards such as SCORM and xAPI
  • Hosting webinar and virtual training sessions to enable large number of students to participate in learning
  • Option to sell your courses and integration with payment processors, such as PayPal and Stripe
  • Gamification options like rewards, stars, badges to encourage the learners and to have an internal competition among them by giving ranks
  • Addition of your own custom scripts and plugins, based on a publicly available and well-documented API
  • Mobile-friendly designs to support smartphones and tablets; also enable learners to study in offline which is one of the most sought after LMS training capabilities

Why our LMS is best for you?

White House Business Solution offers you the best LMS with all the advanced features to grow your business in the right path.

There are flexible plans to help you choose according to the needs and structure of your organization.

  • We provide flexible plans according to the needs and structure of your organization
  • We deliver your customized LMS in less time and easy to maintain
  • We offer technical support as well to help with your work in LMS.
  • We understand each individual customer’s need and give them the best training experience.
  • Other than training organizations, we also support financial, consulting, non-profit and government organizations.

Our Clients