Organizations that execute e ective extended enterprise learning programs can experience many business bene ts, including increased revenue, decreased costs, and improved productivity. Yet, too few organizations are aware of the value of an LMS that provides visibility into training adoption and effectiveness across the entire customer and partner network.
Customer training can help drive positive business outcomes and is an excellent way to foster customer loyalty. Learn what customer training involves, the benefits it provides, and what you need to implement an effective customer training program.
An organization’s learning management system is often known as a cost center. However, more and more businesses are starting to see the value in providing training beyond the “four walls” of their internal employees, consequently turning their LMS into a revenue center. Download our free short paper to learn the benefits of enabling external audiences with learning.
Think about the best training you’ve ever had. Was it when you were taught to ride a bike, learn a sport or play an instrument? Or was it part of your profession? Every one of these scenarios has something in common, except one. Most likely, each example used blended learning to teach, with professional training being the exception. Download the new report from Docebo and avoid common eLearning mistakes.
A recent case study offers critical insights into how a high-growth organization like Nintex, a leading workflow automation company that onboards as many as four new employees each week, can manage its internal growth while simultaneously offering flexible, engaging training programs to its sales partners and customers.
Though the idea of linking a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system with a Learning Management System (LMS) doesn’t come up as often as it should, in recent posts we’ve discussed the value of integrating your business’ CRM and LMS, as well as the ROI that can be generated by doing so. Now let's look at what an actual CRM-LMS integration might look like, and the potential it could offer for your business.
As we recently discussed, siloed enterprise management systems seem to be in their dying days. It’s not sufficient for standalone systems to function individually, separate from other systems that keep an operation up and running and up to speed. In few areas is this more evident than with the CRM systems we see in place everywhere.
L’era dei dei sistemi enterprise unici, utilizzati per assolvere qualsiasi funzione, è destinata a concludersi. Oggi, infatti, non è più sufficiente implementare sistemi standalone che lavorano singolarmente, ma è cruciale integrarli tra loro, sfruttando in maniera ottimale il loro uso combinato, per snellire i processi e incrementare vendite e performance di business.
ELearning allows the online delivery of training with real time tracking of training results, optimizing time and reducing costs associated with traditional learning methods.
WHAT IS AN LMS?
An LMS (learning management system or also E-Learning platform ) is a learning software designed to deliver, track and certify online courses and training.
SCORM, AICC & xAPI
SCORM and AICC are international standard for tracking E-Learning activities. xAPI (formerly Tin Can API) is the Learning Objects new standard. The Docebo Learning Management System supports both of these standards.