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Docebo’s Commitment to Enterprise Learning Recognised with The Learning & Performance Institute Accreditation

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Working with the Learning & Performance Institute, Docebo will help move the industry forward by tackling key learning challenges, energising talent development strategies, and sharing knowledge and customer insights.


Docebo Inc. (TSX:DCBO) (“Docebo” or the “Company”), a global leader in artificial intelligence-powered learning technology, has achieved The Learning & Performance Institute (LPI) accreditation as a top learning technology provider. 

Working with the LPI, Docebo will help move the industry forward by tackling key learning challenges, energising talent development strategies, and sharing knowledge and customer insights. 

"When an organisation becomes accredited with the LPI it is a hugely important milestone, for it sets the business and its people on a clearly defined path towards achieving the highest performance, opportunity, and growth,” said Edmund Monk, CEO at the LPI. “As an Accredited Learning Technology Provider, Docebo will provide prospective and existing customers with the highest quality of service and the best user experience.”

“As Docebo continues to execute on our European growth trajectory, we are truly excited to kick off 2020 with recognition from key partners in the region like the LPI, as well as recently being recognised as a Core Leader and the top performer on their 2020 Fosway 9-Grid™,” said Claudio Erba, CEO for Founder of Docebo.

Docebo supports over 1,700+ companies around the world and has helped to deliver engaging and meaningful learning experiences to more than 8.6 million learners making an impact on the growth of businesses across Europe. Top technology, finance, manufacturing and retail companies in the UK and Europe markets are taking advantage of Docebo’s capability to enable and orchestrate sophisticated internal and external training programmes.

Customers of Docebo are able to take advantage of cutting edge technology, including Mapei, who are utilising the learning platform for both internal training and extending the training to their global subsidiaries. Newcross Healthcare also leverages Docebo’s advanced UX to train healthcare staff, along with Amnesty International who has welcomed more than 45,000 users to their Amnesty Human Right Academy and many more. 

“Recognition from the LPI and this accreditation is very important to Docebo,” continued Erba. “Our growth and this accreditation come as a direct result of our dedication to our customer base and we look forward to building relationships within the LPI community and leveraging their insights to drive our platform even further.” 

About the accreditation

Utilising a robust framework developed over many years by learning experts, and validated by data from thousands of organisations, the LPI accreditation programme is an independent, rigorous and comprehensive assessment of an organisation's business capability and plans for improvement. The Learning Technologies accreditation specifically evaluates and endorses a technology provider's ongoing commitment to outstanding customer care, stability, integrity and operational efficiency. Benchmarks are set extremely high and organisations must demonstrate competencies in several key performance areas to achieve accreditation.