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LMS

(Learning Management System) An information system that administers instructor-led and e-learning courses and keeps track of student progress. Used internally by large enterprises for their employees, an LMS can be used to monitor the effectiveness of the organization's education and training. It is also beneficial in ensuring state- and federal-mandated courses are delivered in a timely manner.
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In recent years, LMS SCADAS III technology has become well established in noise and vibration testing in the automotive and other key manufacturing industries, LMS said.
With a comprehensive database of LMS providers, LMS advisors match potential software buyers with the best solution.