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Schoox Announces Bold New User Experience to Advance Workplace Learning

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Learning management and talent development software provider Schoox, today unveiled its next-generation user experience to advance workplace learning for its more than 20 million learners worldwide. 

Built on more than a decade of proven success, and designed with the learner at the heart of it all, the new Schoox user experience includes a reimagined learner experience, immersive course experiences, AI-powered skills development and a host of other exciting features designed to empower learners of all backgrounds. 

"Our team was given early access to the new Schoox user experience and we are thrilled with the intuitive workspaces, clean design, and innovation that Schoox is bringing to the marketplace," said Xavier Lazo, Chief eLearning Guru and LMS Manager, Checkers & Rally’s. “The new Schoox experience will make it even easier for us to deliver mobile training across 12,000 team members, continue to build a highly skilled and engaged workforce, and ultimately deliver on our superior customer service."

The new Schoox user experience includes several new innovations including:

  • A reimagined learner experience that centralizes learning and development activities to foster ownership and empower users to prioritize their learning objectives and achieve their full potential via personalized training, career pathways, and dynamic skills data. 

  • Immersive course experiences to captivate learners, with enhancements designed to maximize knowledge retention and skill development in a distraction-free viewing experience. Includes in-course social enhancements to promote peer-based learning and make training engaging.

  • Workspaces with focused navigation, designed to equip users with the information required to complete tasks right when they need it, to drive productivity. 

  • AI-enabled skills mapping, an AI-enabled skills integration between Schoox and Visier Skills Intelligence empowers administrators to automate skill-to-job and skill-to-content connections, proactively identify skill gaps and personalize learning paths based on individual and organizational needs.

Learning & Development teams need a platform that delivers the easy-to-use, consumer-level experiences people expect from technology. According to Lighthouse Research & Advisory, approximately two in three workers at companies using learning technology say that it’s ‘just okay,’ meaning there’s considerable room for improvement. When asked directly, 91% of frontline workers said they want access to training or resources on a mobile device. Using learning technology that is mobile friendly, flexible, and collaborative would make a major difference in how frontline staff experience upskilling.1

“Schoox's next-generation learning experience is the culmination of a multi-year investment in customer-driven research and development,” said Lefteris Ntouanoglou, Chief Executive Officer, Schoox. “By analyzing how our customers use the platform, we gained deep insights into the wide-ranging needs of learners. We expect the new user experience to improve learning outcomes for all learners based on positive customer feedback from our early access program.

Schoox is rolling out its new user experience in phases to cohorts of customers. The AI-enabled skills mapping feature is available in beta for select customers and will be generally available later in 2024.

ATD 2024 attendees can get a personalized demo of Schoox’s new product experience and exciting new AI capabilities, at booth 3401 in the expo hall. 

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