Learning Management Systems !

Learning management software is used across a variety of industries. Our team has over fifteen years of experience assisting businesses across a wide variety of industries to integrate learning management systems into their operations to improve business processes and manage growth.

What's A ​LMS ?

LMS is short for Learning Management System.

  • Learning — because its used to deliver education or training programs.
  • Management — because it helps you organise these courses (create them, change them, assign them, follow progress).
  • System — just means "software". A LMS is a computer program.

E-learning and the use of A LMS has become standard across many industries and businesses. A LMS consists of two parts:

  • A server component performing the core functions (creating, managing and delivering courses, authenticating users, serving data and notifications, etc.)
  • A user interface that runs inside your browser as a website (like Gmail or Facebook) used by administrators, instructors and students.

Who's U​sing An LMS?

Everyone! E-learning is the future and organisations of all shapes and sizes are embracing it.
Here are some examples:

  • Enterprises and organisations of all sizes, large (on a national and international scale) and small, from businesses to non-government organisations and non-profits.
  • Government agencies and local governments
  • Educational institutions (schools, universities)
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    Online and eLearning educational institutions (e.g. online schools like Khan Academy)

Why Are They Using A LMS?

An LMS is an invaluable business tool that can be used for a wide variety of learning business tasks, all secured in the one system.

Here are some of the most common use cases for an LMS platform:
Employee training
Employee training

With a LMS you'll lessen the costs and business disruptions associated with traditional employee training and up-skilling by letting your employees study the material online and at their own pace. You'll be able to follow their progress with integrated monitoring and reporting tools.


An LMS is of course helpful for general educational courses. Courses can be created to suit your purposes, whether you're looking to sell online lessons, supplement classroom-based lessons, educate your clients, or educate the general population.

Employee orientation
Employee orientation

Onboarding new hires can be easily automated and simplified by a LMS. They can study at their own pace and refer back to it whenever they need — it's a good place to provide information on your company's employee conduct code, privacy guidelines, and race/sexual harassment policies, as well as information about career advancement opportunities and benefits.

Knowledge retention
Knowledge retention

Using a LMS for your knowledge retention program ensures that valuable skills, techniques and information will stay with your company when your employees leave or retire. Using a LMS will ensure the information is readily available in an easily accessible system ready for training new employees or providing information to other business departments.

So, W​hat D​oes An LMS Do Exactly​ ?

Using an LMS is incredibly simple once you've learnt the ropes — as simple as using email or social media. We'll help you along the way!

A LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you:
  • Create eLearning content (lessons)
  • Organise your content into courses and deliver the content (either internally to your business or to a wider internet audience)
  • Enrol students to your courses
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    ​ Monitor and assess course performance
A LMS can be utilised for a wide range of business tasks, including:
  • Surveys
  • Instructional movies & power-points
  • Payroll & renumeration
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  • Employee collaborations & shared posts
  • Documents & policies
  • E-conference sessions, with multiple students participating through audio and video
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    incorporate multimedia files (video, audio, graphics, etc.) to your lessons.


A LMS has a wide range of functionality that enables you to use the system any way you want to best service your business.

  • Freedom to structure your online learning the way you want
  • Online whiteboard function, so instructors and students can create and share writings and drawings in real time
  • Payment management (if you're selling courses) and integration with payment processors such as PayPal and Stripe
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    Offline study functionality
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    Deliver courses to restricted audiences or wider populations
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    Functionality to serve both small and large numbers of students
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    User management: administrators, instructors and users and user permissions
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    Easy course content editing
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    Track student progress in real time
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    Automated easy access to course statistics and other performance metrics
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    Real-time alerts and notifications (e.g. e-conference session about to begin)
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    Data queries & graph/chart functionality, allowing you to easily spot business trends or issues


For information about finance options, please visit our helpful Finance page, or contact us.
If you're thinking about implementing an LMS within your business, feel free to give us an obligation-free call to discuss your options!


Competitive pricing

Having an off shore office for over 10 years, we do not freelance or outsource support by Local project managers. All staff are employed by 2excel.


​Finance Available

Your custom software has never been so affordable with payment terms up to 5 years.  These terms together with finance often means your software is less than SAAS.


16 years Experience

With over 16 years experience in the development industry, we have developed a proven step by step process to guarantee you get a quality product the way you want it.