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Adobe Learning Manager
4.0
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(Formerly Adobe Captivate Prime)
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Adobe Learning Manager Pricing Reviews

Small Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Aug 29, 2019
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Overall Rating:
4.5
Michael H. avatar
Michael H.
Product Specialist
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"Excellent Product!"
What do you like best about Adobe Learning Manager?

We found it to be very easy to use. The team thought it was a bit pricey.

What do you dislike about Adobe Learning Manager?

Price was a concern but we like the value given. The focus should be placed on value versus price

What problems is Adobe Learning Manager solving and how is that benefiting you?

Providing LMS for those looking to offer online courses

Small Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Aug 29, 2019
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Overall Rating:
3.5
Claudio Gustavo Q. avatar
Claudio Gustavo Q.
Digital Online Marketing Consultant
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"Pros and cons of using Adobe Captivate Prime LMS"
What do you like best about Adobe Learning Manager?

Adobe Captivate Prime offers a wide range of invaluable features that can streamline the training process for larger companies. Freedom of organization: Captivate allows you to manage large training modules and you can assemble the structure according to what you think is most appropriate for that training. Intuitive interface: The look is clean, pleasant and intuitive. It is not tiring for whoever manages the modules, nor for the users that carry out the training. Also, the price is very competitive, considering Adobe does not charge customers any hidden costs such as installation, setup and maintenance. Finally, Adobe Captivate Prime offers a free 30-day trial that gives you the opportunity to try before you buy.

What do you dislike about Adobe Learning Manager?

There needs to be more video tutorials for beginners. The navigation and stability on the mobile learning apps need to be made better.

What problems is Adobe Learning Manager solving and how is that benefiting you?

Adobe Captivate Prime LMS has a responsive design that help me to view the same online course across various devices seamlessly. Its HTML5 output gives mobile compatibility to the course you created. Adobe has added number of features to develop responsive eLearning and to convert legacy courses to responsive so that they work across multiple devices. You get fully responsive themes with eye-catchy backgrounds, fonts and layouts. Also, you will find responsive sliders, responsive motion effects, responsive interactions, and responsive text support in the latest version.

Mid Market (51-1000 emp.)
Nov 19, 2020
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Overall Rating:
1.0
AG
Verified Reviewer
Founder
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"An Aging LMS System?"
What do you like best about Adobe Learning Manager?

The fully integrative model that Adobe uses (with the Adobe Captivate desktop publishing software, alongside the potential to integrate with Adobe Connect) creates a unique offering that isn't found with other platforms. There is a huge opportunity to bank on this model and to take advantage of a homogenous offering that makes it easier to manage content, and can be uniquely beneficial to content creators and trainers alike. Critical wins: - Truly mobile friendly, all platforms or systems seem to be well supported - Achievement tracking and ranking works very well - Setting up complex modularity is easy to do if you have a unique process of how you like to setup elearning for your organization

What do you dislike about Adobe Learning Manager?

In the years I've used Adobe LMS the support feels as though it's become non-existent. Ironically, in this COVID-19 age, it seems like Adobe would be providing better backing and support for eLearning technologies and platforms, but support is difficult to reach and sales staff is only interested in working with accounts that are in the four digit user count range. Critical to consider: - System is not updated with new features - Pricing model is outdated and atrocious; the minimum user spec counts seem enterprise-accessible only, yet there is poor enterprise support - The system feels like it's aging and not being well funded or supported by Adobe. Documentation KB's and support pages have screenshots that are years old and no updates - Adobe Connect (a unique add-on if you want to enhance elearning suite) seems to also be showing it's age and, again, pricing seems completely out of touch with current market

What problems is Adobe Learning Manager solving and how is that benefiting you?

Adobe LMS allows users to win in two ways - the combination of content creation using the Adobe Captivate software and the allowance of multi-tiered and complex elearning courses to be managed through Prime LMS are key wins. The support of on-the-go capabilities for media (such as iPads and mobile phones) makes it a huge win for our employees.

Small Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Jul 20, 2019
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Overall Rating:
4.5
AG
Verified Reviewer
Founder
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"Excellent LMS with intuitive interface"
What do you like best about Adobe Learning Manager?

The ability to tailor the LMS easily to suit an organisations needs

What do you dislike about Adobe Learning Manager?

I dislike that there is not a pricing structure that fits with a training organisation with a variable customer base. Need to have a cost per month per active user model for training organisations. Trying to guess the number of seats required 3 years in advance is impossible for an organisation that has a big variation in customer base, particularly if they are growing. This is a significant downside for PRIME and no doubt will drive potential PRIME customers elsewhere. Please address this!!!!

What problems is Adobe Learning Manager solving and how is that benefiting you?

Trying to run a training organisation using PRIME. The LMS and features are really great, but the pricing model is a big issue. Please introduce cost per user per month model for training organisations to use.

Small Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Feb 27, 2020
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Overall Rating:
3.5
AG
Verified Reviewer
Founder
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"Good product but too pricey"
What do you like best about Adobe Learning Manager?

It integrates well with Captivate. The reporting system was useful for tracking learner participation. There were a variety of tools designed to provide statistical data.

What do you dislike about Adobe Learning Manager?

It was simply too big for our needs and beyond our price point.

What problems is Adobe Learning Manager solving and how is that benefiting you?

We opted to not use the product.

Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Feb 18, 2020
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Overall Rating:
3.5
DS
Deborah S.
Founder
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"Good Product, but needs more devlopment"
What do you like best about Adobe Learning Manager?

The UI is clean and easy to navigate for end users, learners.

What do you dislike about Adobe Learning Manager?

As an admin I dislike that I cannot "impersonate" a user like with any other LMS I've experienced. Also on the integration admin end the process is bulky and cumbersome with poor error messaging. There are a good amount of features that in theory would be very useful but don't seem to have been thoroughly developed in practice, such as Import Logs only showing the user csv import, not custom role import. There is no way to see a queue of reports running or if a report will be exceptionally large, to cancel it. Also that running one large report stops others from running, I feel that for such a large company that Adobe could devote more server space to run more that one request at a time when dealing with an account of 100,000+ users. Another piece that needs more development is the ability to filter - on pretty much anything. Inside of courses or programs there is no way to filter by name, completion status, etc. Same feedback on any course that has submissions enabled. In theory it's great that you can have users submit, but not having a way to filter or sort those submissions leaves them out of alphabetical order and mixes approved and awaiting approvals. There can be (and are in some of our courses) thousands of users in that list which makes the management from the instructor side frustrating. Reporting on the admin side could be better, also more options than just dashboard bar graphs, perhaps a traditional report writer format would be more useful. Also, there should be access to a dashboard like the manager dashboard for admins, and the ability to share reports to people other than managers from the dashboard. It LOOKS like you can, but then it doesn't work. Also the email template audiences should be customizable. For example, the "learner clears waitlist" template sends to admin, manager, and learner. We do not want that. We only want it to go to the learner as it creates and incredible amount of unnecessary "noise" when being sent to 200+ managers for a class they know is mandatory for their employees. This has forced us to turn off the notification which means that the learner only sees the info if they log back into captivate prime. Not ideal.

What problems is Adobe Learning Manager solving and how is that benefiting you?

Much better versioning than our previous LMS, able to solve for instructor led trainings, and is shedding light on other processes that need to be shored up to provide correct data to Adobe

Small Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Aug 19, 2018
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Overall Rating:
5.0
ZM
Zubia M.
Lead Instructional Designer And Elearning Developer
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"Overall, the Adobe Captivate Prime is a great tool for both small businesses and large enterprises. "
What do you like best about Adobe Learning Manager?

The following are the strengths of the Adobe Captivate Prime system:  Capabilities for course, training plan and certification management  Skills focus  Global content management  Reporting  Support and training videos  Smaller learning curve  Simple pricing  Free trial

What do you dislike about Adobe Learning Manager?

Here are the areas that could need a boost from the Adobe folks:  Shopping cart integration is needed to sell courses.  Learner analytics are mostly unformatted, downloadable excel sheets.  Leaderboards and social homepage widgets need a boost.

What problems is Adobe Learning Manager solving and how is that benefiting you?

Having used the Adobe Captivate course authoring software for the past four years, I had seen through enough trials and triumphs. The headache of uploading the SCORM package to my personal server to share with the client. And the heartache of waiting for their feedback, making changes, deleting the previous version from my server and then uploading the current file. The very memory gives me an aversion! Enter, a cloud sharing solution, exclusively for Adobe Captivate, aptly named the Adobe Captivate Prime. This learning management system offers a robust option for sharing and version controlling the files uploaded and tested for the client. The “getting started” videos are great for a newbie to learn the ropes and get themselves familiar with the environment. The application is divided into four primary roles: Administrator, Integration Administrator, Author and Learner. Users can toggle back and forth between roles they have been assigned to, with appropriate permissions. All four areas are guided by the much-needed tutorials. We also have the option of a 30-day trial to explore the system.

Mid Market (51-1000 emp.)
Jul 12, 2023
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Overall Rating:
4.0
AG
Verified Reviewer
Founder
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"Easy to admin, good user experience"
What do you like best about Adobe Learning Manager?

From an admin perspective, it is easy to navigate and manage our users. It feels up to date and like the user was in mind when designing. I like that there can be different profiles for our different types of users.

What do you dislike about Adobe Learning Manager?

I would love if there was a built-in feature that we could have our learners automatically enrolled in the system when they join our team. This is a manual process currently, and we don't want to have to purchase additional software to do this; it should be a standard feature.

What problems is Adobe Learning Manager solving and how is that benefiting you?

ALM solves our problem of being able to provide on-demand learning to our employees. It helps our new team members feel connected and up to speed quickly.