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Trends in LMS
Companies and educational institutions use learning management systems (LMSs) to provide training and e-learning. With over 250 LMSs currently on the market

hr trends 2004  major corporations is done through e-learning. It has become a way of life. TELUS Communications (the second largest telecom company in Canada with 25,000 employees) recorded 100,000 online learning course completions in 2004. An LMS is a requirement to manage and track this kind of volume. There are at least 250 LMSs on the market—not including education and open-source LMSs. Many companies and educational institutions have developed their own but do not market them. There are also at least 100

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Core human resources (HR) includes the HR system of record that combines HR transactions, processes, and data. Main capabilities also include payroll management, benefits management, workforce management, and training management.  

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