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News: Torch LMS Joins Better Business Bureau

We recently joined the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Utah. We value the idea of businesses being held accountable in the marketplace for the quality of their products and services. The BBB rates businesses on some criteria that help consumers find credible and reliable businesses. They have a simple letter grade rating system. Prometheus Development received an A- rating. Why the minus? Apparently, businesses that are relatively young get marked down. Our company is just two years old. So we were pleased with the rating and look forward to getting that up to an A+ in the months ahead. […]

Small Business LMS: Business Models

Learning and development and talent management professionals need to be able to show how the training function contributes to the overall business. Additionally, they must be able to assess the learning needs of the organization so they can develop interventions. One of the best tools I have found to assist with both of these crucial skills is the Business Model Canvas, from the book, "Business Model Generation." […]

Small Business LMS: Learning Management for Small Businesses

Torch LMS is not simply a website that lets you deliver web training. If a business is looking for a place to display training videos, they should just use YouTube for that. Using Torch LMS is more like hiring a highly skilled employee that can take care of all your training, compliance tracking, and reporting (and much more!)...and a company intranet to boot. And this is a pretty inexpensive "employee." You're going to pay this "employee" near minimum wage to save you thousands (perhaps millions) in travel costs, labor costs, inefficiencies/rework, risk, and raise workforce skills and standards to take your business to a whole new level. Any business can afford an employee to come onboard and add this kind of value to their operation; the cost justifies itself very quickly. Organizations are going to spend the money on this one way or another—it may be, rather than using a system, the manager of retail store deciding to do on-the-job training for his people by himself; but the opportunity cost of this manager not focusing on the business is huge. The better approach is to invest in the technology to manage this part of the business. And when we say manage, we don’t mean an LMS that only delivers training videos or lets you run basic reports. We mean a system that manages the function, with many features fully automated, saving many hours of work each week. Check out Torch LMS today. We can help you increase your competitive advantage through technology. […]

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