Getting a new Learning Management System (LMS) or migrating to a new one? If so, you’ll enjoy this case study.
You’re no doubt finding that there is no shortage of different types of Learning Management Systems to choose from. Add in a plethora of technological and organizational factors to consider and the decision can be quite daunting.
The most popular systems like SumTotal and Moodle may seem like a safe bet (nobody’s ever been fired for hiring IBM, right?), but that’s not always the case, as HP Freeman discovered shortly after deciding to move from SumTotal to Moodle. By the time they realized the mistake, it was too late to avoid an inevitable LMS migration. This case study is meant to help you avoid a potentially costly mistake and hopefully make your LMS decision a little easier.
Enjoy this step-by-step review of the process a large non-profit organization undertook when it migrated from one system to another.
The Client (and a Bit of General Background)
Harold P Freeman Patient Navigation Institute is a non-profit organization located in New York City. The institute pioneered the Patient Navigation program to reduce disparities in access to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.