Abara LMS is Most Affordable LMS and Best LMS Country-Wise
Abara LMS receives two awards from industry expert Craig Weiss
By: Abara LMS
Abara managed to bag two highly coveted positions. The first one as awarded by Craig Weiss is under the category of Most Affordable LMS Platforms 2019 where Abara secured the 5th position. This is a reflection of Abara's commitment towards developing an LMS that is both affordable yet powerful for businesses of all sizes. At its current price point, Abara provides organizations with all the tools needed to successfully train their employees.
Abara has also confirmed its intentions of adding new features that ensure its relevance in the market while not adding to prices drastically.
Following close on the heels of its previous placing, Abara managed to bag another recognition by the Craig Weiss Group. This time it placed itself at a competing 2nd place under Best eLearning Platforms by Country – India.
Abara LMS has for long been regarded as one of the best platforms in India. This was substantiated by two previously awarded positions as a Rising Star Award 2018 and Great User Experience Award 2018 by another popular reviewing platform FinancesOnline.com.
Abara LMS has now received 5 recognitions in total including one for the Top 20 Best Extended Enterprise LMSes in the World by eLearning Industry.
Abara plans on growing its recognition count with even more enthusiasm and vigour and is confident about other mentions following.
Abara LMS is a mobile-first Learning Management platform, designed and built to support training on mobile phones and PCs alike. Abara LMS is a modern LMS architected around the Amazon AWS cloud and is built for scale and stability. It is used by customers in the US, UK, Middle East, and Asia. The system is known for its ease of use, and great UI and UX.
A Learning Management Systems (LMS) is an advanced online learning platform responsible for the storage, delivery, tracking, assessing, and certification process of any learning activity. Under normal circumstances, completing the above-mentioned tasks is considered to be very simple if tried in the traditional manner, i.e.: in a classroom setting through a student-teacher relationship. However, the modern corporate scenario is not that simple. In today's day and age, employees or learners seldom have the time to learn and develop skills in a traditional classroom training format. Furthermore, due to the prolonged exposure to social media, the internet, and other formats of consuming quick and interesting information, learners do not associate with the age-old concept of books, papers, and pens.
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