Vendors selected for the Hot Vendor report are noteworthy, visionary, and innovative
Skilljar, the leading customer training, and education platform, has been selected as a 2019 Hot Vendor in Learning by Aragon Research. Aragon’s Hot Vendor reports recognize noteworthy, visionary and innovative vendors in a variety of key technology markets. Skilljar is one of four companies in the learning space that will be recognized with this honor at Aragon Research’s annual Hot Vendor, Innovation and Women in Tech award ceremony on December 5, 2019, in Silicon Valley.
“The customer training market is exploding as software companies recognize customer training leads to increased customer retention. Simultaneously, employees are demanding more engaging and interactive training platforms”
Skilljar has hundreds of customers, including Zenefits, Procore, and Nintex, and continues to experience rapid growth. The company released more than 50 new product features in 2018 and saw a 125 percent increase in hours spent in Skilljar’s training ecosystem.
“The customer training market is exploding as software companies recognize customer training leads to increased customer retention. Simultaneously, employees are demanding more engaging and interactive training platforms,” said Sandi Lin, CEO, Skilljar. “We are proud to be recognized as a Hot Vendor in this space and are committed to delivering ongoing training innovation for our customers.”
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In addition to today’s honor, Skilljar has been recognized for the past four years with the Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Technology Award for Best LMS for External Training and was recently awarded Best Corporate Extended Enterprise Learning System by industry expert John Leh of Talented Learning.
Skilljar delivers an innovative training platform which enables businesses to provide scalable and effective customer education. The enterprise-grade solution is used by hundreds of companies to accelerate customer onboarding and product adoption by enabling multimedia course creation, an intuitive and mobile-responsive learning environment, and automated CRM data integrations. Founded in 2013, Skilljar is based in Seattle and backed by top-tier venture capital firms Mayfield, Shasta Ventures and Trilogy Equity Partners.
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