The LMS is still a massive commitment for any organisation, both in terms of staff resource and budget.

Get an implementation wrong, and you can be saddled with an albatross for few years to come; get it right, and it can form the backbone to a dynamic learning culture.

Here's a couple of current articles that will give you a few ideas about what to be aware of when you are in discussion with your chosen vendor short-list.

LEO Learning is delighted to announce it is now an official Moodle partner.

The certification makes LEO an official provider of Moodle services, cementing its position as a leading supplier of learning platforms and innovative training blends to the global corporate market.

Fosway Group launches its annual 9-Grid™ analysis of the European market for Learning Management Systems, Authoring Tools and Bespoke Learning Solutions for 2016.

Xyleme has officially launched the new release of its SaaS platform, “Xy5", their Learning Content Management System,

The results of Blue Eskimo’s latest work and salary survey are out – and suggest that the learning sector is poised for a resurgence.

Amazon Education is working on a new platform that will allow schools to upload, manage, share, and discover open education resources from a home page that in some ways resembles the one shoppers are accustomed to accessing on the massive online retailer’s website.

The top headline for January must surely go to Capita announcing their purchase of Brightwave (though LTGs deal with Ruistici is not far behind).  Corporate activity and consolidation within the e-learning market is not new, but if we take the Capita announcement along with other recent news items, then we should perhaps pause for a second, and look at what might be coming our way.