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Middle East and Africa Learning Management Systems (LMS) Market

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Middle East and Africa Learning Management Systems (LMS) Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Component (Solution, Services), By Deployment (Cloud, On-premises), By Enterprise Size (Small & Medium Enterprise, Large Enterprises), By Delivery Mode (Distance Learning, Instructor-led Training, Blended Learning), By End-User (Academic, Corporate) and By Country(UAE, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, Rest of MEA) Forecasts, 2022-2030

Report Code: SRTE24718DR
Study Period 2018-2030 CAGR 18.06%
Historical Period 2018-2020 Forecast Period 2022-2030
Base Year 2021 Base Year Market Size USD 1,419 Million
Forecast Year 2030 Forecast Year Market Size USD 6430 Million
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Market Overview

The Middle East and Africa learning management system (LMS) market size was valued at USD 1,419 million in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 6,430 million by 2030, registering a CAGR of 18.06% during the forecast period (2022 to 2030).

A Learning Management System (LMS) is software that documents, monitors, reports on, and delivers training courses and programs. With the assistance of LMSs, employees can cost-effectively acquire knowledge, resulting in numerous advantages for companies. Moreover, the functionality of LMS platforms has made the learning process more straightforward than ever before. LMS solutions enable educational institutions to collaborate with students from around the world.

Highlights

  • The solution segment dominates the market by Component.
  • The distance Learning segment dominates the market by delivery mode.
  • The cloud segment dominates by Deployment.
  • The corporate segment dominates by user groups.

Market Dynamics

Middle East and Africa Learning Management System (LMS) Market Drivers:

Emergence of Mobile Learning and BYOD as a Business Trend

Due to the costs associated with traditional teaching methods, organizations worldwide opt for e-learning services for employee training and education. Bring your own device (BYOD) is rapidly becoming a global trend in which employees bring their own devices to work for work-related or other purposes, such as training and development. With the increase in digital technology adoption and preference for BYOD, businesses are concentrating on implementing LMS on smartphones for integrated employment training. Smartphones, laptops, tablets, and USB drives are the most prevalent examples of BYOD devices that employees bring to work. In addition, the BYOD concept provides advantages such as innovation, increased productivity, cost savings, and access to online training materials on employees' devices to facilitate intelligent learning. Corporate promotion of the BYOD culture is mandated by the compatibility of learning management systems with mobile devices and social learning.

Middle East and Africa Learning Management System (LMS) Market Restraints:

Cultural Barriers

Cultural barriers are the most significant obstacles in the LMS market with its LMS platforms, and tools can transform boring assessments into fascinating tasks; however, in many countries, students take their studies very seriously, and they will not appreciate entertaining animation or computer-game-style assessments because they will be more concerned and anxious about achieving high grades. In addition, students would instead complete a multiple-choice exam than a highly original and interactive assessment. It is difficult for international students to surmount the language barrier, particularly during live events such as online group discussions, webinars, and other activities where international students must communicate in a second language in front of an unfamiliar audience.

Insufficient E-Learning Infrastructure in Developing Nations

During the forecast period, the market development is anticipated to be restrained by the underdeveloped ICT sector and the lack of infrastructure essential for LMS platforms, particularly in developing nations. Poor internet access and networking in institutions, insufficient availability of software and hardware, infrastructure failure, and instructors' lack of time to instruct students on using LMSs are among the major obstacles in this field. The inability to obtain engaging content due to a lack of connectivity and bandwidth hinders learning, frustrates students, and complicates the training and learning process.

Middle East and Africa Learning Management System (LMS) Market Opportunities:

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Implementation in Learning Management Systems

Implementing artificial intelligence in learning management systems will generate market expansion opportunities. Integrating artificial intelligence into LMS will enable periodic and gradual performance evaluations to classify students/users according to their abilities, paving the way for developing advanced and highly intuitive training programs. Artificial intelligence's intuitive and predictive development capabilities make it the ideal ally for virtual education through learning management systems.

Regional Analysis

Middle East and Africa is a significant revenue contributor to the market globally and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.06% during the forecast period. The Middle East and Africa LMS market is anticipated to grow significantly as regional employees seek quality training opportunities.

In addition, the Middle East has recently witnessed a rapid change in teaching and learning methodologies, which has increased the demand for advanced and appropriate learning management products. Key factors driving the learning management systems market in the Middle East and Africa include the increasing number of students and government initiatives to enhance learning methodologies through learning management systems. The UAE invests heavily in employee education, particularly in the I.T. industry.

In Africa, numerous LMSs vary geographically, with Sakai/Vula being used exclusively in South Africa and knowledge of KEWL/KEWL NextGen used primarily in South Africa and Tanzania. Low connectivity speeds (56%) and unreliable internet connections (45%) are the most significant barriers to LMS utilization. An eLearning policy in institutions and a general lack of training and technical support are further barriers. Substantial human investment is required to put LMSs to practical use in African educational institutions, including making more LMS training courses available to a more significant number of university and secondary school students.

 

Report Scope

Report Metric Details
Segmentations
By Component
  1. Solution
  2. Services
By Deployment
  1. Cloud
  2. On-premises
By Enterprise Size
  1. Small & Medium Enterprise
  2. Large Enterprises
By Delivery Mode
  1. Distance Learning
  2. Instructor-led Training
  3. Blended Learning
By End-User
  1. Academic
  2. Corporate
Company Profiles Blackboard Inc. (US)  Cornerstone (US), Moodle (Australia)  D2L Corporation (Canada)  Instructure Inc. (US) PowerSchool (US) IBM (US) Infor (US) Adobe (US) Google (US)
Geographies Covered
Middle East and Africa UAE Turkey Saudi Arabia South Africa Egypt Nigeria Rest of MEA
Report Coverage Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, Environment & Regulatory Landscape and Trends
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Segmental Analysis

The Middle East and Africa learning management system (LMS) has been categorized into four segments, Component, Delivery Mode, Deployment, and User Group.

Based on Components, the Learning Management Systems market is segmented into: Solutions and Services.

The solution segment is expected to grow with the highest CAGR of 18.35% during the forecast period owing to an increase in legacy system upgrades to activate the latest technology and use cases.

Based on Delivery Mode, the Learning Management Systems market is segmented into three: Distance Learning, Instructor-led Training, and Blended Learning.

The Distance Learning segment dominated the market and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 17.56% during the forecast period.

Based on Deployment, the Learning Management Systems market is segmented into Cloud and On-Premise.

The cloud segment holds the highest market share and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.31% over the forecast period, as the Learning Management System is primarily designed for Cloud entertainment.

Based on User Group, the Learning Management Systems market is segmented into: Academic and Corporate.

The corporate segment holds the highest market share and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.30% over the forecast period due to the increasing number of Learning Management System deployments in different industries.

Market Size By Component

Recent Developments

  • October 2022- Cornerstone unveiled its new Talent Experience Platform (TXP), designed to help talent leaders unleash the limitless potential of their workforce and streamline their processes.
  • October 2022- Google Classroom received a new feature. Teachers can save time by adding evaluation category information before exporting Google Classroom assignments.
  • July 2022- Anthology unveiled Anthology Intelligent Experiences (iX)TM, the company's vision for a connected ecosystem of products and services that utilize data to fuel meaningful interactions inside and outside the classroom. The Anthology iX strategy will generate interactive moments by dismantling data divisions and combining insights across core systems to facilitate more pertinent engagement between staff, faculty, and students.

Top Key Players

Blackboard Inc. (US)  Cornerstone (US), Moodle (Australia)  D2L Corporation (Canada)  Instructure Inc. (US) PowerSchool (US) IBM (US) Infor (US) Adobe (US) Google (US) Others

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How big is the Middle East and Africa learning management system (LMS) market?
The Middle East and Africa learning management system (LMS) market size was valued at USD 1,419 million in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 6,430 million by 2030, registering a CAGR of 18.06% during the forecast period (2022 to 2030).
Key verticals adopting the Middle East and Africa learning management system (LMS) market include: Blackboard Inc. (US), Cornerstone (US), Moodle (Australia), D2L Corporation (Canada), Instructure Inc. (US), PowerSchool (US), IBM (US), Infor (US), Adobe (US), Google (US).
Emergence of mobile learning and byod as a business trend are the key drivers for the growth of the Middle East and Africa learning management system (LMS) market.
Artificial intelligence (ai) implementation in learning management systems is one of the key trends in the Middle East and Africa learning management system (LMS) market.


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