LMS vs LCMS vs CMS: What's the Difference and Why Does it Matter?

August 1, 2017
LMS, LCMS, and CMS each represent a different type of software with a different function. - LMS, a Learning Management System, is a tool for delivering and administering learning courses - LCMS, a Learning Content Management System, is a type of CMS for creating, publishing, and distributing learning content that caters to the specific needs of the learning and development industry. - CMS, a Content Management System, is a software used to create, aggregate, and publish content pieces (video, images, slides, copy) used across hundreds of industries. For more information, read the full article: http://resources.xyleme.com/h/i/73499184-lms-vs-lcms

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