Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)

CourseStage LMS is a SaaS solution that offers increased agility and provides a next generation LMS. Our systems architects and IT team manage the behind-the-scenes details of the system infrastructure, server configuration, bandwidth requirements, upgrades, backups, maintenance, etc. This service centered approach allows for rapid scaling of educational initiatives and LMS software updates. We provide a hosted  solution: no additional work for your IT team, and saving you unforeseen capital expenditures.

Why Web Courseworks SaaS Is Better

Performance, Redundancy & Scalability:

We have a track record of success in handling high volume, concurrent traffic. CourseStage has successfully scaled to serve single client initiatives involving over 80,000+ active users on an annual basis with a high capacity for concurrent users.


We guarantee our system’s performance so your site is available when and where you need it. Learners can connect to CourseStage from most web-standard browsers on a desktop, tablet or mobile devices. No plugins or players are required. The responsive system design makes the solution not only accessible, but user-friendly on smaller devices.


The modular CourseStage framework is specifically designed to handle all client-requested, customized features, while keeping all of our clients on the upgrade path. We are able to provide our clients with all the workflow customizations they need without disturbing the core code of our LMS.


CourseStage can be integrated with virtually any third-party system that exposes an API. We have a highly specialized and dedicated integration team that has integrated CourseStage with dozens of association management system instances, eCommerce platforms, webinar platforms, content management systems, and custom-built databases.

Regimented Systems Maintenance & Security:

Web Courseworks has a regimented process for maintaining the integrity of co-located servers and backups of client systems. This is achieved by testing code pushes before pushing to live environments, database performance monitoring, data backups and other maintenance processes. Server locations are highly secured with individual databases for each client to ensure the integrity of their data.