OpenSesame Software


OpenSesame is a learning management system (LMS) that offers more than 20,000 courses covering business skills, safety, compliance, technology, industry-specific and certifications, and it is suitable for the training needs of organizations of all sizes and in all industries.

OpenSesame’s cloud-based LMS system, CourseCloud, offers users the ability to purchase, distribute and track courses. Email invitations for courses can be sent to select employees to alert them of required learning. Admin users have a dashboard that allows them to track whether employees have started, completed or passed the course.

OpenSesame's courses are SCORM- and AICC-compliant and work in any learning management system (LMS). L&D administrators can preview courses, read reviews, and research the publisher before purchasing courses.

OpenSesame customers have access to a dedicated customer success manager along with a support team via phone, email and online live chat.


OpenSesame - Business skills category
  • OpenSesame - Business skills category
    Business skills category
  • OpenSesame - List collaboration
    List collaboration
  • OpenSesame - Catalog search
    Catalog search
  • OpenSesame - OpenSesame list
    OpenSesame list
  • OpenSesame - List with course card
    List with course card
Supported Operating System(s):
Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 10

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Erica from Delaware North
Specialty: Hospitality / Travel
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

November 2018

November 2018

Great product and service



Product Quality

Customer Support

Value for Money

I have recommended Open Sesame to my colleagues at other organizations. I really like their service and product.


Open Sesame offers a wide variety of vendors, they help you curate the content and their service is so good they make you feel like part of the family :)


I have not experienced a con with them yet. The only think I would say is that there is a lot of content to become familiar with so I think it's better to understand the vendors.

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