Athens, Ga., USA, (March 24, 2015) — Docebo this week released a case study in partnership with client Purdue Pharma Canada, a leader in pain management that utilizes the online training platform for onboarding new employees and continuing development at all stages of employment.
The case study, available on Docebo’s website, explores a common pain point that drives many organizations to seek out a cloud-based LMS like Docebo. Rather than continue suffering from the effects of an outdated LMS that could no longer support the evolving needs of Purdue’s evolving training program, the company sought out Docebo for its flexible integrations and agility in maintaining user databases and course content.
The case study also discusses how the company deployed Excelerator, a white-labeled Docebo platform, with more than 400 users company-wide within months of starting an initial two-week trial.
“For me, it’s important to be able to easily help each trainee’s progress,” said Mihai Csaki, senior trainer for Purdue Pharma Canada Health Solutions. “If they have a particular certificate, I know they’ve achieved everything they need, so it’s easy for me to run reports on who has and has not obtained that completion status.”
Download the case study from Docebo’s website to read more about Purdue Pharma Canada’s search for a scalable LMS that met the growing requirements of its learners, and how Docebo worked with the company to streamline its employee onboarding process.
Docebo’s cloud-based, SaaS enterprise learning management system (LMS) is available in more than 80 countries. Established in 2005, Docebo (Latin for “I will teach”) offers a learning ecosystem for companies, their employees, partners and customers for organizations of any size. Customers benefit from Docebo solutions thanks to a beautiful and modern UI, a scalable pricing model, a robust set of integrations and APIs paired with reliable support, available 24/7.