This week the leading corporate LMS provider, Docebo, will be at Learning Technologies conference booth #O2 to provide many attendees with their first look at the brand new Docebo Content Marketplace.
“With the Content Marketplace, Docebo clients can now easily access, browse and purchase learning materials from OpenSesame and other learning content providers right from within their Docebo LMS,” explains Docebo’s Product Marketing Director Donato Mangialardo.
The Content Marketplace makes purchasing and delivering high-quality eLearning content easier than ever before, reducing time spent on administrative functions and improving speed-to-deployment of training materials. Celebrating the release of the Content Marketplace with Docebo is partner OpenSesame, who will co-host a Happy Hour event offsite on the evening of 1 February.
All attendees are welcome to come by booth #O2 at 16:00 (4PM) on Day 1 to join Docebo in a toast to the day’s successes and participate in a demo of Docebo’s exciting new product offerings.
Docebo’s stand will also be host to the 70:20:10 Institute’s co-founders and industry experts for an Ask the Expert Q&A on 2 February from 11:00-12:00. “We’re inviting attendees to ask Charles Jennings, Jos Arets and Vivian Heijnen all their pressing questions about the trends influencing 2017 learning strategies and technology,” says Kristy Sadler, Chief Marketing Officer at Docebo.
Docebo can also be found presenting a free exhibition seminar titled “Beyond the Buzz: Use Social Learning to Supercharge Your Training Program.” The seminar will cover how best-in-class companies are leveraging social learning in their training repertoire to boost performance and enhance information retention, and will run 1 Feb @ 15:30-16:00 in Theatre 7, and again on 2 February @ 10:15-10:45 in Theatre 8.
Those not attending the conference can still experience how Docebo’s Content Marketplace transforms the process of sourcing and delivering high-quality content, by accessing a free 14-day trial of Docebo’s learning management system.