Ease of use - You should be able to navigate through your platform and create content seamlessly. Having a tool that is easy to use will allow for greater buy-in for administrators and learners.
Feature rich - Each platform will have different features. Finding the features that are important to you will help you select the best platform. Be sure to perform a features comparison as part of your process.
SCORM compliant - SCORM (the Shareable Content Object Reference Model) is an authority in the E-Learning space. SCORM guides the development of E-Learning systems. Finding a SCORM compliant, or better yet certified, platform is a best practice.
Pricing Structure - Each E-Learning LMS has a unique pricing structure. Some platforms charge a per user fee, which might be a good fit for smaller companies. Some platforms, such as TOPYX®, charge a flat-fee and allow you to have unlimited users. A flat-fee pricing structure allows larger companies to know their out the door price from the start. The more users that you have, the better value a flat-fee price structure becomes.
Getting used to how fluid each of your top options is requires a demo. You can test out the TOPYX platform risk-free.