Athens, Georgia, USA (October 27, 2015) — Docebo, a provider of cloud-based learning solutions for today’s users, has been publicly praised for its product’s “innovation and new ideas”.
The praise comes from Learning Light, the UK-based market analyst specializing in the online learning technologies and educational technology (edtech) sectors. In a recent post on its website, Learning Light’s Director, David Patterson, names:
- The most used large enterprise-wide learning management systems (LMSs),
- UK-based LMS vendors that could become internationally recognized,
- LMSs that are “packed full of innovation and new ideas, such as integration-led solutions”,
- LMSs with solutions focused on learner engagement and
- The LMS vendors who’ve got it wrong.
Named by Learning Light in the third category, Docebo is singled out as a product that is “gaining significant market exposure by being highly visible and full of potential”.
In particular, David Patterson – who is also a member of the exclusive and prestigious international Think Tank, The Company of Thought – comments that Docebo is an “aspiring, ambitious LMS vendor” which is “making a determined and very public effort to enter the larger size corporate market”.
He adds that while Docebo doesn’t “offer the full enterprise suite of Oracle or SAP, they are able to integrate their solutions very effectively into the corporate infrastructure. This is a fast growing requirement”.
The Learning Light commentary goes on to say that, “the learning interface from an LMS such as Docebo, when well integrated, is a superior learning experience to many other solutions.
“Docebo is a fully loaded LMS with a commitment to integration and innovation. Perhaps its most interesting innovation is its flexible pricing model, but this should not overshadow the continuing commitment to technical and learning improvement.”
“In recent years, many organizations’ learning functions have been transformed,” said Claudio Erba, Docebo’s CEO. “Gamification techniques and socially-enabled technologies are among the new weapons in the corporate learning and development armoury.
“Consequently, organizations are thinking about learning through a more connected and participative process. The use of technology is key in the shift towards the use of user-generated content, and it’s important in capturing and sharing valuable institutional knowledge.
“Docebo is focusing on meeting corporate needs effectively and efficiently in this contemporary context,” Claudio added. “This is why Docebo’s LMS is being increasingly noticed – and praised -by both corporate users as well as market analysts.”
Docebo’s Cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Enterprise learning management system (LMS) is sold in more than 80 countries. Established in 2005, Docebo (Latin for “I will teach”) has over 28,000 installations and offers an enterprise solution for mid-sized to large organizations. Customers benefit from Docebo solutions thanks to a scalable pricing model, a third party integration (via API), and reliable service available 24/7 to further enhance the user experience. For more information, visit www.Docebo.com or contact Jacopo Mauri at +39 039.2323286, or email email@example.com