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Managing those users involves registering them in the LMS, assigning them to courses, interacting with them as instructors, determining what kind of content they are allowed to see, organizing tests and conference sessions, grading them and handling their payments (if you’re selling courses).
A good LMS takes the tedium out of these tasks, automating all the repeated actions, and allowing you to perform changes and updates to multiple items (students, courses, etc.) at once.
Mentorboy, for example, allows you to filter your student and course information in multiple ways (e.g. “show me only students from department X enrolled in class A”, or “show me the test scores for this particular student”), and get aggregated statistics on them, which you can even export in Excel-compatible format.
For example, your courses might be made for a restricted audience ― e.g. for employee training inside your company. Or they might be meant for a wider population, either as a free offering (like in the case of an NGO teaching specific skills to people in developing countries), or as paid courses (e.g. an online school offering web programming courses).
This option requires familiarity with installation procedures, and makes you responsible for things like backing up your data, updating the server software and scaling to more machines. You’ll also need to contact the vendor and renew your license after version upgrades.