CoreAchieve LMS Review

CoreAchieve LMS
Frederick, MD
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CoreAchieve LMS At A Glance

Good: Unlimited course content storage, tracking of both online and offline learning, business intelligence for deeper analysis into learning data.
Bad: Integration to additional web meeting solutions is offered as a service.
Bottom Line: Cloud-based LMS that helps nonprofits, professional associations, government agencies and larger corporations provide customized learning to their employees.

Product Overview

CoreAchieve LMS is a cloud-based learning management system that lets instructors create learning content, manage access, set up personalized learning paths and track online and offline training progress. Companies can purchase the software as it is or have it customized based on their business processes. CoreAchieve supports unlimited courses and has been tested with 5,000 concurrent learners accessing the software with no delays.

CoreAchieve has numerous benefits, including:

  • Accessibility on all devices
  • Learning profile as a single place for history and status of learning, certifications and credits tracking
  • Robust reporting tools with business intelligence functionality
  • Transparent pricing plans based on the number of active users
  • Integration with other business applications, such as customer relationship management (CRM), association management (AMS) or enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems


Here are some of CoreAchieve’s key features.

Personal profile – Each user has their own personal profile containing learning progress, course history, certificates and the comments and discussions they contributed to.

Course management – Courses can either be created from scratch or imported from another provider. Users can upload audio, video, PDF or HTML files as well as create quizzes, assessments and surveys. Content created in CoreAchieve supports both SCORM and Tin Can API standards. The courses can be saved as templates for later use, and there’s a built-in video and audio playback so learners can access specific lessons again.

With this feature, users can assign courses to individual employees or groups, manage course progress and grade assessments.

Learning paths – Courses can be organized into learning paths, which are then assigned to specific employees or groups. Users can monitor an employee’s progress within a particular learning path and then give them a certificate once the path is completed.

Collaboration – CoreAchieve offers communication features to help users better collaborate with each other, such as a news blog, course-specific discussion boards and frequently asked questions (FAQs). It also has gamification features that encourage learner engagement.

Instructor-led trainings (ILT) – This feature helps users track their offline learning initiatives. Specifically, they can schedule training sessions and track the attendance of each session. Employees can either register for the course or the user can set up the software so that it automatically enrolls the employee. CoreAchieve notifies the instructor when learners register and also sends reminders to registered learners about the course.

Webinars – Instructor-led webinars are presented via GoToWebinar. Users can schedule new webinars from CoreAchieve, which also sends webinar reminders, automatically verifies attendance and provides recorded webinars for later playback.

Continuing education (CE) credits and certifications – Learners can keep up with their CE credits or certification requirements with this feature. CoreAchieve records the credits, generates transcripts and provides certificates of completion. Users can also set up the CE credits by role for each course or session.

Reporting – CoreAchieve provides standard reports on various metrics, such as learner progress, survey results and quiz statistics. The software has Power BI’s analytics features built in, but users can also access learning data from their own business intelligence software, too.

Other features – In addition, CoreAchieve also lets users log in with their Microsoft and LinkedIn credentials, and includes security features, such as permission-based access and advanced auditing.

Target Market

CoreAchieve is intended for nonprofit organizations, professional associations, government agencies and medium to large corporations.

We’ve listed 10 of its clients below.

  • American College of Radiology (ACR)
  • American Water Works Association (AWWA)
  • Association for Research in Vision and Ophtamology Inc. (ARVO)
  • Caterpillar Inc.
  • Intel
  • National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)
  • National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE International)
  • Novartis International
  • Safeway Inc.
  • Toyota Inc.

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The CoreAchieve implementation has six process steps.

  1. Business process analysis – In this phase, CorePartners conducts a kickoff call to introduce the implementation team and find out the client’s needs and requirements for the software. Then, they offer a conference room pilot program, so the client’s end users can try CoreAchieve for a limited time to see if the software works in their environment before committing to it.
  2. Customization – During this phase, the implementation scope, timeline and budget are approved by the client. Next, CorePartners begins customizing the software so that it fits the client’s requirements.
  3. Content preparation – CorePartners adds content to the software, such as course materials and surveys. It also creates user profiles and roles (e.g., learner, administrator).
  4. Testing – End users can test the customized software and report any corrections or feature adjustments. Administrators can also verify that CoreAchieve successfully integrates with their existing business applications.
  5. Training – CorePartners trains the system administrators and end users on CoreAchieve’s various features.
  6. Go Live – The software is ready for the client’s administrators and end users.

Customer Service & Support

CoreAchieve offers a knowledge base in addition to phone, email and chat support.


CoreAchieve is available in four pricing tiers. Each tier includes a free trial and unlimited courses.

  • The Basic plan costs $299 per month (or $2.99 per user, per month) for up to 100 active users.
  • The Standard plan costs $810 per month (or $2.70 per user, per month) for up to 300 active users.
  • The Premium plan costs $1,220 per month (or $2.44 per user, per month) for up to 500 active users.
  • The Enterprise plan supports unlimited users; please contact the company for a price quote.


Users have mentioned to CorePartners that they’d like integration to additional web meeting solutions, such as Zoom.


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CorePartners Inc. is a high-technology computer engineering company that has built a reputation for excellence in custom software development and IT consulting. It was founded in 1998 and incorporated in 2003 in Maryland.

Over the years, CorePartners has delivered advanced technologies, proven products and custom software solutions to nonprofit professional and trade associations, numerous U.S. government agencies and medium to large corporate clients.

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