Create meaningful learning experiences that
engage your people with Digits LMS: a
sophisticated, customisable learning
management system that puts learning at
the heart of your organisation.
By Digits, part of the CIPHR Group
Curate engaging learning
programmes for groups
Connect with other learners
Intelligent suggestions for
next learning steps
Support ongoing development
L&D admins and line
managers can monitor
Supports a variety of
content types, and can
By linking it with an HR
system such as CIPHR
“Digits LMS is really helping us create a learning culture. It’s a fantastic learning management system – the best I’ve used”
Digits LMS’s visual learning journeys pull together carefully selected
activities into a programme of learning that is designed especially for
that learner or job role, giving the individual the opportunity to build and
develop their skills step by step.
You can combine many different formats of learning content into a single learning journey, and create branched journeys with our automated rules engine, so learners who meet certain criteria are redirected to other, more relevant programmes of learning.
Customise and configure Digits LMS to truly feel part of your
organisation’s suite of systems.
Apply branding, logos, colours, graphics and more to create a look and feel that’s right for your company. Configure content on the homepage and landing pages to reflect learners’ needs.
“We are so impressed with the capabilities visual learning journeys give us. Being tailored to our business, they have delivered our requirements quickly and seamlessly, driving real results.”
Choose to populate Digits LMS with content you have created in-house, off-the-shelf content libraries, or content you have commissioned. Got a tricky learning challenge to solve that requires bespoke content? Our experts are on hand to create tailormade activities that deliver the learning outcomes you need.
A learning management system (LMS) is a platform used by organisations to upload, deliver, share, manage and report on learning activities undertaken by employee and, sometimes, customers as well. These activities can be workbooks, articles, eLearning courses, quizzes, assessments, videos, and on-the-job training, for example. An LMS can be used to deliver learning and training on any topic, from compliance to health and safety, product training, and customer service, for example.
Learning management systems are most often used by larger organisations – those with 500 or more employees – because, once a company scales beyond a certain size, learning becomes too complex to manage without specialist software. Learning management systems are used by employees in all job roles and at all levels of seniority, although they are most often administered and controlled by learning and development (L&D) or specialists. Investing in an LMS helps to raise the profile and importance of L&D in an organisation, foster a learning ethos, and, ultimately, make people more knowledgeable and efficient.
Remote working is here to stay, so L&D teams need to ensure that online learning is successfully implemented
With the right technology, you can build robust future management teams and support your employees to develop the skills needed for their next role
When it comes to gamifying learning content, leaderboards are an integral feature among the other popular favourites such as badges, levels and progress dashboards