Learning Light, the U.K.-based independent e-learning industry market analyst, has produced a list of the top-performing learning management systems. They are, in alphabetical order:
aNewSpring supports mobile delivery and integrated social learning. It has its own content creation and importing environment, as well as adaptive learning pathways.
Docebo has features that include classroom alignment, lots of integration options and APIs. Docebo also has a content market place, which is useful. Future development pathways look good as well.
Enable by Virtual College features solid reporting and highly evolved competencies and e-portfolios, driven by Enable’s assessment functionality.
Kallidus, an LMS that’s especially suitable for the mid-corporate training space, links well to blended learning and offers resources management, while ROI calculation is also provided.
LearnUpon is a simple e-learning platform designed mainly as an LMS for training companies. It can handle SCORM and other content and is excellent at simply uploading and managing content.
Litmos offers a functional, user-friendly development environment to import or build courses. It also can operate as an LRS (Learning Record Store) in recording Tin Can statements that are linked to the LMS.
Moodle is a popular open-source platform. Learning Light says the best configurations come from Webanywhere, which can integrate Moodle with Google Apps.
Nimble by elearning 247, based on free nimbleAuthor templates, is a skills-orientated LMS. Elearning 247 offers off-the-shelf courses as well.
—Source: Learning Light, http://learninglight.org