SAP Litmos Pricing: Features, Costs and Top LMS Alternatives

SAP Litmos is a cloud-based learning management system that tailors its solutions to four distinct categories: Employee, Customer, Compliance and Channel. It has intuitive features that focus on automating time-consuming tasks associated with training and improving the learner experience. 

We’ve reviewed Litmos in the past, but this post will focus on its pricing plans and the prices of its alternatives. 

How Much is Litmos? 

SAP Litmos offers two pricing options: a standalone LMS and the LMS + Courses bundle.

LMS – Some of the features included in the LMS are: 

  • Learning paths 
  • A course builder with SCORM and AICC compliance 
  • A learner dashboard 
  • Reporting tools 
  • Unlimited storage 
  • A mobile app 
  • Custom branding 
  • Multiple language support 
  • An instructor-led training module 
  • Email and phone support 

LMS + Courses – This plan includes all of the features of the LMS plus: 

  • Access to more than 2,500 courses and videos
  • Highly-engaging learning modules
  • Supplemental learning material (e.g., infographics, workbook, offline activities, pre-reading text)
  • New courses added montly
  • Email and phone support

Users can opt to purchase only the standalone course library. Each plan starts with a 14-day free trial. SAP Litmos offers add-on services such as an automation bundle, sandboxes for clients to try various features, multiple accounts, the ability to create and track training within the Salesforce CRM and migration services.

SAP Litmos doesn’t publicly display its pricing information, so please contact the vendor directly for a quote.

Top Alternatives to SAP Litmos 

SAP Litmos has a scalable, transparent pricing strategy that’s based on the specific features offered in each plan, as well as the number of active learners. For companies that want to do a pricing comparison, here are two alternatives with a similar pricing strategy. 

Knowledge Anywhere: There are three pricing plans: Express, Professional and Enterprise. The Express plan costs $850 a month for up to 500 active users. It includes two administrators, unlimited course uploads and standard customer support. The Professional plan costs $1,700 a month, and covers up to 1,000 active learners and five administrators.  

The Enterprise plan covers unlimited active users and administrators, as well as premium support. Pricing isn’t publicly available, so companies should contact the vendor for a quote. Knowledge Anywhere offers optional features and services, such as course development, e-commerce, integration and professional services.

Schoox: Schoox has three per-user/per-month subscription plans.  The Light Academy plan costs $6 per user, per month and accommodates up to 300 employees. The Professional Academy plan accommodates up to 1,000 employees and is priced at $5 per user, per month. The Enterprise Academy plan is intended for companies with more than 1,000 employees. Pricing for that plan isn’t publicly available, so companies should contact Schoox directly for a quote. All plans offer the same features, such as course creation, blended learning and social learning. 


The Litmos Pro plan requires a minimum of 150 active learners, and the Litmos Pro + Courses plan starts with a minimum of 50 active learners. Companies that need to train fewer than 50 employees can consider another LMS vendor. Knowledge Anywhere doesn’t use the per-user/per-month strategy, so businesses that would rather pay a flat fee may consider both companies. 

These vendors aren’t the only LMS solutions on the market. Head over to our Reviews page for detailed reviews of over 60 LMS solutions. 

If you need more information on LMS solutions in general, our buyer’s guide can help. In it, we detail the benefits, features and what to look for when purchasing a solution. 

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