Lesson.ly Training Software Reveals New Analytics Features

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Cloud-based solution enables efficient, effortless training programs

(INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 17, 2015)Lesson.ly, a leader in employee training software, released new analytics and user-interface features today for its rapidly growing software platform. Lesson.ly’s training solution makes it easy to build, share, and track training for customer-service teams, sales teams, and new employee onboarding.

The updates refine the intuitive platform and make it easier to put employees on specific learning tracks. Primary changes include:

  • Intuitive dashboard – Clearly view underlying lessons in each course, while moving easily from one lesson to another with only a click
  • Tracking capabilities – Keep an eye on employee progress with a visual dashboard, along with a breakdown of results for individual lessons
  • Daily Digest – Get a daily manager report on lesson and course completion

Lesson.ly is often integrated with Salesforce to help administrators tie training outcomes to increased on-the-job productivity. Sales teams that spend the majority of the day buried in the popular CRM can also maneuver to Lesson.ly courses without ever leaving Salesforce.

“Adding these features makes employee training much more efficient,” says Max Yoder, CEO and Founder of Lesson.ly. “Analytics and reporting updates give a clear picture about where a team stands, while trainees can move around the platform more instinctively than before.”

Reports indicate employees were 69 percent more likely to stay in a position at least three years when engaged with proper and consistent training procedures. Lesson.ly aims to make employee training as efficient and effortless as possible through continuous updates and adjustments to the cloud-based platform.

To learn more about online employee training software and improving productivity, visit Lesson.ly.


About Lesson.ly

Lesson.ly, an effortless online training software, makes it simple to build, share, and track training materials for customer service training, sales enablement, and new employee onboarding. Used by companies such as Lyft, Angie’s List, and ModCloth, Lesson.ly makes employee training efficient and successful. For more information about Lesson.ly and how to make the switch to online training software, contact info@lesson.ly or visit Lesson.ly on the web. 

Statistics obtained from the 2006 Aberdeen “Onboarding Benchmark Report.”

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