Archive for November, 2007

In the good ole’ days, buying into e-learning was a simple proposition of comparing and selecting among software products from a small field of e-learning solutions providers, and then implementing the platform on company servers. As the field of providers expanded, so too did their value propositions, which now allowed organizations to choose between software ownership and hosted solutions. Now, of course, we have a Chinese menu of choices including the growing and popular software-as-a-service (SaaS) model. If you aren’t already famliar with this cloudware business model, you might find value in doing so before shopping for your next e-learning solution. (more…)


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