Posts by: Valentina Piccioli

Docebo vs Moodle

Both Docebo and Moodle are two LMSs with very long histories behind them. Over the years they have both evolved into two feature-rich LMSs. But Docebo now comes to the market with a fast to deploy solution – in the Cloud and as a pure SaaS – while Moodle is still based on the original formula which means a customer must download and install the LMS on a private server.

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Elearning for large Enterprise training initiatives

Large Enterprise training initiatives come with a specific set of needs. In this post we examine how elearning administrators can best manage a large numbers of learners and structured training paths within an elearning project, and according to large Enterprise requirements.

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Synchronous & Asynchronous elearning: 4 simple steps to get the best from both training strategies

In four simple steps we will show the benefits of synchronous elearning, the benefits of asynchronous elearning, the power of the two strategies combined, and how to obtain the best from the two strategies together using Docebo LMS and the Videoconference APP.

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7 reasons to start your online training program with Docebo

Today’s post is the second part in a series on how training with LMSs can benefit buinesses in the retail sector. Check out part 1 “E-learning in retail: brings value to brand and peoplehere. In part 2 we give you 7 reasons why you should start your training program with Docebo LMS.

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Docebo and Salesforce, maximizing sales through online training

What would happen if a customer service rep did not know how to respond to a request from a client? The rep should, ideally, have quick access to one or more qualified and structured answers/ direct sources of information in order to respond to the customer. I refer of course to digital sources of knowledge available on the web. This is one of the typical scenarios that an application for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) such as Salesforce enables you to face with peace of mind. You can find some more useful case studies here.

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eLearning: reasons for its global growth

Docebo recently released a comprehensive eLearning Market report written by Valentina Piccioli, eLearning Analyst. In this blog post she shares her views on why the eLearning market is experiencing growth.

Valentina has a unique background in Instructional Design. She is the creator of all of Docebo’s courses in the Docebo LMS course catalog, and has extensive experience in the following: Safety in the workplace, Compliance Training, dissemination of organizational models and control systems, Privacy Training, and the development of soft skills. Currently, Valentina coordinates a research project with the University Suor Orsola Benincasa which aims to define the specific needs of the University in relation to elearning. Valentina can be contacted on LinkedIn or via Twitter

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E-learning in retail: brings value to brand and people

Service quality, client retention and brand awareness: these are the 3 challenges that retail, fashion and telco companies will need to overcome. In a market where competitors are becoming more and more aggressive, shops need to be able to capture new clients and be up to date with emerging styles and trends.

The client relationship is a central element for modern retail stores, both online and off. To achieve high company revenues it is important to keep in mind the founding values of the company and the brand value. The success of a store is based on a clear strategy, explicit policies and procedures, and a well-established training culture.

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The Corporate Shift Towards E-Learning

Abstract from soon to be released E-Learning Market Report on “Lifelong Education & Labor Market Needs”.

We are seeing a phenomenon where e-learning penetration in corporations is increasing, regardless of the company’s size. Since class-based training is more expensive, proportionately, for small and medium-sized firms, these firms are increasingly recognizing E-Learning as being convenient and cost-effective.

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How media and publishing companies can leverage e-learning technologies

TabletThis short article investigates how companies, especially those working in the media and publishing field, can achieve a competitive advantage by investing in distance learning technologies to deliver content to their internal audience(s), and as a new revenue stream.

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Venture Capital in Education

With the inflow of an estimated $6 billion of venture capital over the past five years, e-learning is driven not only by many startup dot-com entrepreneurs but also big corporations, for-profit spin-off ventures, and both large and small universities.

In 2012 we saw a boom in e-learning technology investment. In that year we saw one of the largest investments in the sector: Desire2Learn, maker of an LMS, received $80 million in September.

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