Product Quick Facts
About Docebo Learning Platform
Docebo is a cloud-based Learning Management System (LMS) designed to increase performance and learning engagement. The technology and processes included help organizations get their people learning faster and building knowledge that leads to greater business success.
Docebo’s e-learning platform is a learner-centric technology that provides ease of use, elegance, and ability to blend coaching with social and formal learning, an approach that has been validated through extensive research and is known as the 70/20/10 model. Only Docebo provides an enterprise-wide learning management system with an implementation methodology that is both swift and agile. Docebo provides a scalable pricing model and a robust set of integrations and APIs, paired with reliable support that is available 24/7.
Docebo is not just an e-learning tool, and it is not just a single product – it is a product that was designed to be delivered in SaaS as an ecosystem of features and modules that can be enabled or disabled per customer requirements. It is extendable and flexible, with a component-based architecture. This unique approach means companies can rapidly extend and scale their solution according to their needs. Docebo can easily be integrated with existing IT systems (HR, CRM, and other preferred platforms) via an API system.
Docebo’s primary LMS is called “Learn”. Docebo Learn is very easy to use and has been widely recognized for its user-friendly and modern UI, and UX. It manages, delivers and tracks Web-based Training (WBT), Instructor-led Training (ILT), and Blended Learning activities. There are 4 cutting-edge modules that take enterprise learning to new heights: Coach & Share, Perform, Pages, and Extended Enterprise.
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(Last updated on 03/28/2018 by Pam VanLoon)