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Identifying a learning management system for a healthcare non-profit

How Aciron does it

In a Department of Psychiatry, a program has a mission to help children with behavioral challenges. They required a Learning Management System (LMS) to organize their files. Aciron conducted a thorough software evaluation and found a commercial off the shelf product that covered their business needs.

What we did

Our approach

Aciron began the engagement by performing an in-depth current state assessment to gain a thorough understanding of the company’s pain points, as well as the existing application and certification process. We conducted extensive individual interviews with key stakeholders from the organization’s LMS project team, LMS users, and the current development contractor to gain a comprehensive understanding of the client’s current state and needs.

After discussing the LMS requirements with the client's key stakeholders, the Aciron team evaluated potential LMS solutions based on the discussed criteria. The team developed a comprehensive comparison decision matrix to enable them to continue to facilitate a structured decision making process. The prospective solutions were mapped out against the client's requirements, including feature fit, vendor status, and budgetary price estimates, weighted according to their importance to the client. Aciron personnel carefully analyzed and interpreted the matrix and rated the prospective solutions by assigning each solution a score against the requirements.



The client was able to benefit immediately from the increased efficiency and effectiveness of their new LMS, and the software has made a big impact on client satisfaction as the organization has grown.

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