Toronto, ON (CA), March 2017 - Docebo’s new 7.0 release advances learner-centric experiences by delivering significant UI/UX enhancements that encourage user adoption and learner engagement. These are supported by cutting-edge social-learning opportunities, offline training access for mobile users, and new commerce functionality for businesses selling training.
Docebo, a leading learning-management system (LMS) for businesses, is advancing corporate learning experiences once again with the new 7.0 update to its award-winning platform. The release delivers significant UI/UX enhancements.
"Docebo 7.0 showcases our commitment to learner-centric experiences," says Docebo’s CEO and Founder, Claudio Erba. "By supporting engaging learning experiences, we enable our clients to multiply the impact of their learning and development initiatives."
In a 2016 Brandon Hall Group survey, 87% of companies interested in replacing their LMS indicated the need for a better user experience. Docebo addresses these companies with products that put the learner first and offer new features and functionality to help drive better learning outcomes.
Last year, Docebo Coach and Share introduced informal and social learning to the traditional corporate LMS. Docebo 7.0 goes one step further, integrating social-learning elements throughout the platform that allow learners to ask questions and engage in new ways with course material, offering learners increased social-learning opportunities.
In addition, the update provides new opportunities for users to engage in self-directed learning. "Docebo recognizes that the relationship between the L&D department and the learner is evolving," explains Donato Mangialardo, Docebo’s Product Marketing Director. "By providing the ability for learners to create custom playlists of course content, Docebo clients can empower learners to design their own learning journey."
Corporate training can now take place literally anywhere, with Docebo’s new offline learning capabilities, which promote continuous, uninterrupted learning experiences. Learners simply download the course content while online, access the training offline, and then sync their progress once back online.
With Docebo 7.0, courses can be bundled and sold through a subscription model. This approach affords ecommerce, businesses, and professional associations revenue that is both easily realizable and recurring.
With Docebo’s new simplified, intuitive experience, learners are able to jump right into using the platform with no introduction and still complete training with ease.
"Docebo now offers an extremely modern user interface and streamlined user experience for both learners and administrators," says Mangialardo. "With Docebo, training departments can expect to see an increase in learner engagement and adoption that drive training results."