Calculating Learning Management System ROI

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Calculate the return on investment for a technology implementation

To maximize their resources, districts need to find new ways to create efficiencies across all of their systems and shareholders. By calculating the return on investment (ROI) for a technology implementation, districts can determine if their investment will pay off. While there are some “soft” returns from a new, end-to-end Learning Management System, such as better student engagement, there are also quantitative measures districts can use to determine a solid ROI.

For many districts, the solution lies in an end-to-end LMS that serves as a virtual “hub.” By streamlining the curriculum management process and creating a one-stop shop for curriculum guides, instructional frameworks, professional development, and other critical resources, a comprehensive LMS streamlines activities across the district and allows teachers to do what they do best: focus on student achievement.

Download our decision guide to learn the 5 key questions to ask to develop an ROI model of your own and see how the itslearning solution can help you. Then visit our resources page to see what other questions our decision guides can help you answer.

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