607 Corporate Learning Management Systems: 2015 – 2018

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Thursday, October 1

Data and Measurement


Regardless of your industry or job focus, learning management systems remain the central focus for corporate learning and the foundation upon which most types of traditional, informal, social, and mobile learning is built, deployed, and tracked. With numerous industry analysts announcing the death of the LMS, you can't afford to miss this critical update for today’s learning leaders, business decision makers, LMS administrators, and learners of all types.

This session, jointly presented by The eLearning Guild and Adobe Systems, will focus on research findings on the current state of learning management system usage and the future role of learning management systems for corporate training over the next three years, including the most important features needed to meet the needs of the business.  You will explore topics including:
  • What challenges organizations face with learning management systems today
  • The number of LMS providers typically in use within corporations
  • Typical implementation and set-up timeframe
  • LMS satisfaction in organizations, and what drives satisfaction
  • Future purchase plans for LMS products
  • Required future LMS capabilities for mobile learning, gamification, and learner engagement
  • The need for content authoring and LMS integration
  • Desired LMS features and functionality over the next three years

Janet Clarey

VP, Academy & Research

The eLearning Guild

Janet Clarey is the vice president of The eLearning Guild Academy and Research. Her background is in corporate learning and development where she worked on various learning technology platform implementations, technical training, curriculum development, and instructional design. Before joining The eLearning Guild, she spent several years as a senior analyst first at Brandon Hall Research and then at Bersin & Associates. As VP of The eLearning Guild Academy, Janet strives to help fellow learning professionals make sense of the changing learning environment. In her current role, she is responsible for development of Guild Academy to provide a comprehensive curriculum of courses and certificate programs for training and learning technology professionals around the world.

Priyank Shrivastava

Director of Product Marketing

Adobe Systems

Priyank Shrivastava, the director of product marketing at Adobe Systems, is responsible for strategy and direction of Adobe’s marketing efforts across eLearning and web application product lines. Priyank overseas various global marketing functions including product, field, and search marketing. In addition, he also runs the product evangelism function for the said product lines, where the primary goal is to be the voice of customer and voice of the product. He joined Adobe in November of 2008 and has since managed the brand and demand for eLearning and web application products. Previously, Priyank spent couple of years at Subex, where as a director of product marketing he ran the product marketing function and led multiple successful product launches. Prior to Subex, Priyank worked at LG Electronics, where he was responsible for overseas sales and marketing for TV. He also held various positions at Alstom Ltd from 1997 to 2004.

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