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10 Steps to Justifying a Learning Management System for Your Partner and Supplier Training

Source: SumTotal Systems
Consistency is a common challenge for partner and supplier managers across industries and around the world. How can companies instill common messaging, brand-identity, and quality practices across this extended enterprise? A learning management system (LMS), as part of a knowledge management strategy, can help bridge this gap. Find out how LMS can help you cut training costs and ensure partner compliance in ten steps.


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