Expanding Capability and Capacity with Learning as a Service

I’ve written previously about how L&D teams are increasingly looking for external partners to help augment their skills and capacity. Whether it’s building custom content or managing technology, a strategic partnership with a third-party provider can help an L&D meet the needs of the business while focusing on bigger, more strategic elements of L&D.

Brandon Hall Group Smartchoice® Bronze Preferred Provider DelphianLogic provides this kind of help via their Managed Learning Services (MLS). But sometimes, even that may not be enough. That is why DelphianLogic also offers Learning as a Service (LaaS). The concept is based on Software as a Service (SaaS), where companies don’t buy and install software but rather subscribe to a platform that is managed and run by the provider. In DelphianLogic’s LaaS environment, they provide complete, end-to-end learning services in a single offering.

LaaS is designed for small- to medium-sized businesses (SMB) that may not have enough resources to provide a comprehensive learning environment. The LaaS suite includes everything the organization could need:

  • The development of a learning strategy that aligns with the business
  • Content creation and management via a cloud-based learning content lifecycle platform
  • Learning delivery and tracking via an enterprise-grade content delivery platform
  • Additional tools and frameworks

The LaaS offering presents a turn-key opportunity for an organization to leverage the kind of world-class tools and capabilities that may not be available to them otherwise. In Brandon Hall Group’s Study, Transforming Learning for the Future of Work, 70% of companies cite a lack of time, people, and resources as a significant challenge to building required skills. When looking at organizations with fewer than 5,000 employees, that number jumps to 83%. Companies of this size rarely have the capacity to effectively develop a solid strategy, build engaging content, and manage the required technology simultaneously. DelphianLogic can alleviate this challenge for SMBs by providing Learning as a Service. 

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