If your company is not really big (10k employees or more, or only one division) but you don't want to install and mantain a Moodle, I would reccommend you more affordable and manageable all-integrated LMSs like D2L or Schoology.
If it's not the case and you're looking for a vast corporate product, I'll definitely pick ND before Canvas (It's main competitor). It's completely customizable (by this I mean you can edit the raw HTML of the homepage and stuff) and It's not a pain to list thousands of users in a single view and understand what you're looking at.
On the other hand, it's likely that you would have to develop courses and contents (i.e. SCORM) outside ND, meaning more investment to set up a course but, if you already have these packages you can reuse it without having to re-implement a thing.
ND can happily connect to a corporate ERP (like SAP), no external tools or expensive implementations needed. Just out of the box.
ND can also serve as an on-premise course platform, just in case you want to sell training. That's a good point that pushes ND ahead of its competitors!
The Talent Suite goes beyond the limits of a classic VLE like Blackboard or Moodle. It's focused on serving a huge amount of learners/users in a corporate environment, and the administration tools work for this.
It's really easy for corporate sysadmins to manage, because is close to an ERP style-like administration, far apart from the university flavor of the classic LMSs.