What do you like best?
The Canvas Network Service Canvas Network is not just a PaaS or SaaS for LMS is also a team that serves you and is very diligent. Either to enter or take courses to make one request. They take care of the details, have style manuals, extensive documentation and a repository to connect with various tools and APIs that make the online experience of studying up to another level. It is not just software, it is also service, people who care about your this comfortable and have peace of mind when making things. If necessary they will contact you personally on your phone and are of an agile response and precise in their emails. The people behind this service are trained with a tendency to give good service and the best of them. No doubt, you're in good company.
What do you dislike?
I would suggest more information, more documentation and more people who speak Spanish.
Also although personally I prefer to Canvas that its flow is more logical but sometimes is not necessarily so friendly.
Should add some pre-templates for their courses that allow people to take courses that will be implemented faster information and course content.
Recommendations to others considering the product
FirstAs a Manager Course Canvas Network:
Think of Quality and Reliability
Plan your course like a project
Keep organized information
It uses the same tools that offers Canvas Network
Keep in mind the suggestions that make you people Canvas Network
Use a local installation of Canvas LMS that will help you make better use of the platform with less rework
Canvas Network is not suitable for people who do not want to provide quality content and formatted correctly
If you are as a student you must be a little self-read tips and be proactive because the level of control offered canvas network in the LMS is vertical, however you can educate yourself and really get to learn something contents and courses are very well selected.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Although other LMS platforms, these appear to MOOCs CMS adapted. I think canvas was designed from the start as an educational platform that meets standards and integrates according to market needs. Currently in my company I have a Canvas LMS installed and works great, I've seen the courses Canvas Network, and people have good comments that streamlines work and makes much more logical information in this riding. I needed to mount a MOOC on Smart Cities and instead of putting it in Coursera or Edx or any other platform with a Moodle LMS or CMS adapted some, I preferred the seriousness and reliability and ease that offers "Canvas Network".