eFront by Epignosis a learning management system targeted at learning professionals, educational institutions and enterprises. eFront gives businesses control over their virtual training environment and data, and it blends seamlessly with any other infrastructure.
$750.00 for up to 1,000 users
$1,000.00 for up to 2,000 users
$2,000.00 for up to 5,000 users
Custom price for over 5,000 users
Pros: Adept at creating courses, and integrates with OpenSesame for pre-made courses. Robust solution. Responsive support team.
Cons: Automatic updates and user manual could be improved.
Bottomline: Enables you to grow your team with learning monitoring and performance tracking.
eFront Key Information:
San Francisco, California
Dimitris Tsingos, Athanasios Papangelis
Number of Employees
1 (646) 797-2799
315 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94104
What is eFront's price range?
Depending on your number of users, eFront will cost your business between $750.00 and $2,000.00 per month.
Is there an eFront free trial?
eFront makes no mention of free trials on their website, but they do offer free demos.
Where can I find the eFront login?
eFront does not provide login information on their website.
What are some eFront alternatives?
eFront News & Activity:
News or Activity
Nov 16, 2018
Sep 10, 2018
Moodle is pretty popular. I've also played with eFront. Greatly prefer eFront. I'm in corporate education, not university, so my needs may not be your needs, but Moodle's UI is terrible. I dislike it greatly. Everything about making its classes to even simple end-user stuff, is really a hodgepodge effort. Shops with a lot of development/customization time might not care. eFront is very pretty and very easy to use. They both support AD and other authentication systems. Moodle has a lot more auth options. Moodle has some important extensions that are under or non-documented. Or documented via forum postings that are out of date. I tried installing the certificate generator for the current version, and found it somewhat abandoned. eFront's extensions seem better maintained. Both are open source, but eFront is a pet project of a commercial organization who you can buy support from. Of course, tons of firms support Moodle as well. In my mind Moodle is like Drupal. Powerful but pretty, and terrible out of the box. eFront is like Wordpress. Nice out of the box, but probably not as customizable. If Moodle had a prettier UI and a better out of box experience, it would be perfect.