Trainers prefer LMS where they can manage e-learning, online and classroom trainings. So they build fresh content in LMSs or using eLearning editors, that doesn’t integrate with Knowledge base and gives rise to a fresh challenge of keeping both systems up to date.
Team at EduBrite has analyzed and experienced this problem for a while. We see numerous software companies (including most LMS companies) are using helpdesk softwares for knowledge base and ticketing (Zendesk, Freshdesk etc), another software for forums (jive, lithium etc), some open source CMS (WordPress) for hosting resources like guides and videos, something like Walkme for product tours and one or more LMSs for trainings.
Very early in our evolution, we integrated our LMS with one of the most popular knowledge base software Atlassian Confluence.
From the beginning, team at EduBrite has viewed all these as different examples of learning needs and we feel Knowledge and Learning are very strongly bonded. We also believe that learning happens at different times and different places and the learning content has to be delivered differently depending on where the delivery is. Very early in our evolution, we integrated our LMS with one of the most popular knowledge base software Atlassian Confluence. But integrated option is just one aspect, even if you are not using Confluence, EduBrite platform includes built in Knowledge base, Forum and Communities, Micro-learning, In app learning, Traditional e-learning / Instructor led training and Certifications capabilities.
For startups, EduBrite offers a very smooth evolution roadmap for adoption of its platform capabilities. It can be seen in the picture below that outlines how to leverage EduBrite at each stage of the startup growth.