It is true that training programs that revolve around developing skills for the workforce has emerged as a crucial factor for organizational development. Not only this creates a sense of belief in employees, but also exhibit higher retention rates and employer loyalty. But it is equally important to understand the results achieved out of these programs to ensure high ROI and employee productivity.

Using analytics to measure learning data will help organizations to check the lagging indicators, create better learning experience, better knowledge retention and eventually productivity gains. This also helps keep the learning content up-to-date and ascertain any personalization required. While most LMSs take care of basic measurement, advanced analytics can help to evaluate the true cost and value of the training conducted.

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