SalesBoost, the leading on-demand skill-based learning and coaching platform, and Beekeeper, the leading employee communications platform, have entered into a strategic partnership to provide access to SalesBoost training courses for Beekeeper users via a seamless sign on from the Beekeeper app . The partnership is designed to bring robust training directly to Beekeeper users through their trusted communication devices thus empowering the users with the tools they need on their job, accelerate time to proficiency, and drive an enhanced customer experience.
“This partnership offers an exceptional opportunity for our users to advance their professional development and become better trained, better skilled and more confident”
“This partnership offers an exceptional opportunity for our users to advance their professional development and become better trained, better skilled and more confident,” said Beekeeper Head of Hospitality, Andrada Paraschiv. “Robust training is essential at any time, and particularly during these unprecedented times, when employees come back to work in completely changed operating environments,” she added.
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“The frontline employees using Beekeeper constitute an ideal audience to benefit from the on-demand SalesBoost platform. In a short time, we can ensure they learn how to enhance the outcomes of their customer interactions,” said SalesBoost CEO and Founder Gretta Brooks. “The science behind SalesBoost enables the quick development and effective retention of new expertise.”
SalesBoost is based on the neuroscience of adult learning and is proven to develop the muscle memory necessary to learn a new skill. The courses are delivered in short segments where users “learn by doing” with unlimited practice sessions using SalesBoost’s patented voice analysis training system. This active learning approach fosters a positive user experience, an increase in retention of skills, and on-going employee readiness.
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