The world-renowned independent market analyst Craig Weiss, along with Docebo’s Chief Operations Officer in North America, Alessio Artuffo, will conduct a seminar on the second day of the Learning Technologies event in London’s Olympia at the end of January.
On 29th January, from 14.45 to 15.15 in ‘Theatre 3’ on the exhibition floor of the Learning Technologies exhibition, in London’s Olympia, Craig and Alessio will outline ‘The Extended Enterprise Learning Management System (LMS): Benefits for the organisation and how to implement with success’.
The seminar – which is free to attend – covers how the Extended Enterprise LMS responds to one of today’s fast-growing business needs.
To maximise the internal knowledge base and stay ahead of the competition, successful organisations are investing in learning programmes for partners, suppliers, clients and online communities. This is transforming into a new source of recurring revenue training activities that had been merely an internal cost.
Seminar attendees will hear about the evolution of the Extended Enterprise concept in the LMS market, as well as how global organisations have implemented Docebo’s Extended Enterprise solution to benefit themselves and their customer bases.
Docebo’s Cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Enterprise LMS is currently used by over 800 organisations around the world, many of which are large, global companies using the Docebo LMS to co-ordinate the learning of thousands of learners belonging to different cultures and living in different time zones.
Before becoming Docebo’s Chief Operations Officer in North America last year – with responsibility for managing the company’s growth in the Americas – Alessio Artuffo had been the company’s head of International Business Operations. He has extensive experience in many industries and functions, including operation, sales and marketing.
Craig Weiss is an e-learning analyst, expert, blogger, international speaker and thought leader who was recently named as the most influential person in the world for corporate e-learning. He is the founder and CEO of E-Learning 24/7, and his blog is read weekly in 152 countries, territories and colonial territories.
Also at Learning Technologies this year, Docebo – on stand 25 in the exhibition’s main hall – will be showcasing the version 6.5 of its LMS. This version includes:
- A MOOC Builder which helps administrators setup a Corporate Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
- An Offline player app, allowing users to download SCORM courses onto their Windows desktop computers and run them offline
- And Docebo’s Enterprise customers can now take advantage of integration withOkta, an integrated identity and mobility management platform that connects people to their applications from any device.