MULTI-TENANT LMS OR MULTI-PORTAL LMS
Abara LMS comes with a powerful multi-portal architecture for organizations whose needs are more advanced than what a typical single portal LMS can full fill.
Abara LMS can deliver a truly multi-portal system to corporate organizations and training companies with multiple use cases.
WHAT IS A MULTI-TENANT LMS OR MULTI-PORTAL LMS
A true multi-portal or multi-tenant LMS is one where you can achieve true separation based on your organizational structures. The separation could be of various kinds:
Simplified: Personalized dashboards with branding, logos, and visual differentiators between organizational structures like departments, brands, and office locations.
Advanced: Separation at a database level, allowing you to physically isolate your brands, departments, and office locations.
Many LMSes claim to be multi-tenant but are truly simplified structures to provide personalized experiences. In such cases, users and their data are still saved within the same database which can lead to complications within the multiple brands, departments, and office locations that your organization manages. And for many organizations, this is enough. But if you’re looking for a more advanced multi-tenant platform, Abara LMS offers one of the most advanced multi-portal or multi-tenant LMSes in the world.
WHY YOU MAY NEED A MULTI-TENANT LMS OR MULTI-PORTAL LMS?
A multi-portal LMS may make your life easy for L&D teams of global or multi-location organizations with multiple unique business units and separate P&L accounts. Building a business case for an LMS is never an easy task and doing so across a complex, distributed organization makes it even tougher.
USE CASE FOR MULTI-PORTAL LMS FOR A CORPORATE
Decentralized corporate structure and L&D decision makers
Same system but different portals for different geographic locations or subsidiaries or legal entities
Same system, same company, but unique portals for unique brands and their respective employees
Separate portals for employees, resellers, distributors, customers, etc.
USE CASE FOR MULTI-PORTAL LMS FOR A TRAINING COMPANY
Business-to-customer sales of courses (B2C)
Sell courses via eCommerce and course marketplace for the public integrated with your training company website
When the market for your training courses are mostly corporate organizations and not direct to customer sales (allowing you to separate your customers’ data and provide better control for your customers’ administrators to access reports on their users)
Ability to upsell more training, coaching, and consulting services on top of generic training programs via virtual or in-person sessions