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Docebo is a cloud-based e-learning management system designed to significantly cut down the time and costs associated with traditional classroom learning through the delivery of online learning with real-time training results tracking. Docebo LMS is enterprise-ready, supports blended learning, which may include some face-to-face between instructors and students, and with a companion mobile app that supports learning from anywhere, anytime. It promotes seamless classroom online chatting, gamification, and apps and widgets that can be added or removed in one click. Docebo's user interface is a blend of deep functionality and simplicity to ensure optimal end-user experience.
Docebo can easily be rebranded for a more customized look and feel. You can even create and use your company’s custom domain. Its ability to integrate with various applications allows you to expand and extend the students’ learning experience and the instructors’ capacity to deliver more impactful training courses and materials. Some of Docebo’s core features include ILT-classroom, file uploading and converting, advanced tracking and reporting, powerful integrations and the course marketplace.
More than ever, human resource training is becoming more and more a strategic business asset, as competition becomes more and more intense in virtually all industries. Thanks to the many benefits of cloud-based learning and the technologies behind it, huge costs and considerable training times are being significantly slashed, particularly for companies with locations in different parts of the world.
Docebo’s e-learning platform presents distinct advantages that include local training sans the business travel expense, interactive instructor-led training (ILT), real-time tracking of students’ learning progress, and shorter training-to-implementation times. Docebo learning management system can be used for situations like product training, training a team of sales professionals, dealers and post-sale support personnel, software training, security, privacy and business ethics training, school and university education, and soft skills and management training.
Sold in over 70 countries around the world and used by more than 28,000 organizations, Docebo is available in 31 languages and caters to businesses of all sizes in various industry spaces. The application is specifically created for teachers, instructors, training personnel, training departments, tutoring institutions, and any entity interested in the flexibility and far-reaching benefits of cloud-based learning.
Some of Docebo’s customers include Autodesk, Thomson Reuters, Krispy Kreme, Accenture, Herbalife, McAfee Institute and Clarizen.
There are two types of online trainings: web-based training and instructor-led. And then, there are blended learning scenarios, which are a combination of both web-based and instructor-led training. To create instructor-led training courses, the ILT-Classroom app must first be activated. It can be found in the Apps and Features section of the sidebar on the left. The ILT-Classroom app is listed under the Additional features tab.
The app allows you to schedule and manage instructor-led live training sessions, and organize classrooms, locations, enrollments, and evaluations. It can also be used alongside the Learning Plan app to manage and schedule blended training sessions.
Docebo allows trainers to upload and share just about any type of training material, be that SCORM, Tin Can, PPT, PDF or video files. PDF, PPT, PPTX and ODP files can also be converted into slides or a sequence of snapshots without any need for a local download into the user’s computer. To convert a file into slides, create or select a new course. Click the Add Training Material button and select Slides Converter from the drop-down menu. Files can then be uploaded or dragged into the gray area. Conversion time depends on the number of slides needed for the presentation.
Some points to remember: SCORM packages are created with specific software and uploaded in ZIP format. Any type of video can be uploaded to a course, and Docebo automatically converts them into MP4 format.
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” This is a line you probably have already heard once or twice, a line believed to have been coined by management specialist Peter Drucker. There are some who don’t subscribe to this line of thinking, but in the online learning world, the best way to measure the success of a training material and how much of the training participants actually take away is through reports and analytics.
Docebo’s real-time tracking capabilities allow instructors and trainers to instantly understand which courses have already been completed, which students have passed which tests, how many students are yet to complete a particular course, and so on. Reports can be standard, summary or custom and can be exported as CSV or XLS files.
Docebo employs an integration strategy that extends and expands native Docebo functionalities through third-party applications. Add-ons can either be free or paid and include the likes of WebEx, Adobe Connect and TeleSkill for web conferencing, WordPress, Drupal and Joomla for CMS (content management system), Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook for social media, and Vivocha for online customer interactions. These apps can easily be found and integrated with your custom LMS (learning management system) through Docebo’s apps marketplace.
Docebo also supports single sign-on (SSO) and single login functions with third-party applications. For example, your users can log in to your Docebo LMS via their Facebook accounts. Docebo can integrate with virtually any third-party software through its custom API (application programming interface). As well, it uses the SCORM standard and Tin Cap API for a more seamless LMS experience by both course creators and takers.
If you’re an instructor and would like to profit from the custom courses you create, Docebo’s e-commerce app allows you to do just that. To be able to sell your courses, first, you have to have a Docebo account. Next, you’ll need to activate the e-commerce app. Once activated, you can upload your courses and decide which ones to sell. You price your own courses, and all sales are yours 100%.
Courses on sale appear in the course marketplace with a green shopping cart icon on the upper-right hand. A learner interested in buying a course can scroll over the shopping cart icon to review the course’s description and price. Payments are made via PayPal and other payment gateways. Docebo also offers a transaction tracking tool which gives you insight into your sales numbers, including which users actually purchased your courses.
To enhance the teaching and learning experience, Docebo can integrate with a variety of applications like Gmail, Google Apps and Google Analytics, CMS platforms like Joomla and WordPress, web conferencing applications like Adobe Connect, GoToMeeting, OnSync and WebEx, and social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Docebo’s pricing scheme is based on monthly active users. This means any company can register as many users as they want but will only be billed for users who log in to the system during the 30-day billing period. Pricing starts at $230 per month for 50 active users. Each user exceeding the active user plan is priced at $5.90 each. If you opt for annual payment, you get two months off your bill, regardless of the subscription package you choose to avail.
The sales department can be contacted for plans exceeding 20,000 active users per month.