Since the launch of the workplace-focused open source learning platform in 2011, over 1,000 organisations worldwide now use the LMS to deliver innovative learning experiences to their employees, vendors and the wider public. Customers choose Totara LMS because it’s flexible, feature rich, and great value, making it suitable for a wide range of enterprise learning needs.
Customers include Sony, Volvo, Sky, JetBlue, the New Zealand Government and the NHS, and the flexible LMS is used in all industry sectors for onboarding, compliance training, performance management and more.
There are more than 100 success stories shared on the Totara website from happy customers all around the world, showcasing the wide range of industry sectors reaping the powerful benefits offered by Totara LMS.
Examples include Samsung increasing learner engagement by 181% with Totara LMS, and Tesco Academy saving the supermarket chain £1m a year. The world’s first digital learning platform for humanitarians, the Humanitarian Leadership Academy, is powered by Totara LMS, while the American Cancer Society trains three million volunteers across the USA using the learning platform.
Lars Hyland, Chief Commercial Officer at Totara Learning, said: “Leaders in HR and learning demand technology solutions that deliver real, sustained value for their organisations. Totara and its powerful innovation network uniquely offer flexibility, control and the peace of mind that as a community their learning platform will continue to innovate in ways that will suit them, not their vendor. That’s why over 1,000 organisations choose Totara LMS today, and thousands more will undoubtedly choose it in the future.”
The global Totara innovation network now comprises 80 expert Partner organisations delivering learning solutions and services in 45 countries reaching over 7 million learners.
As further recognition of the impact Totara Learning continues to have on the learning technology market, Trainingindustry.com awarded the company a place on the 2016 Top 20 Learning Portal Companies List, for the fifth consecutive year.