What do you like best?
The LearnCore platform has already begun to have an impact on our organization and it is this speed to market that has become a favorite capability of mine. Within a week of implementation, I had subject matter experts producing content and learners actively participating in courses and roleplaying scenarios.
This development cycle goes beyond just implementation too. I can work with a planning committee to determine a new training need and have the content in my reps or managers hands in under a week. This is no small feat for a sales training/enablement team of 1.
When it comes to specific functions, the value of the PitchIQ cannot be understated. With a largely remote team, the flexibility and ease of the system allows for us to deliver continuous practice and simulations to our teams. All the while providing great opportunities for our managers to interact with and coach their teams.
Supporting all of this is a phenomenal team of sales reps, client success representatives, and executive leadership who make the experience feel more like a partnership than a purchase.
What do you dislike?
The LearnCore platform is lacking behind some of the competitors in their interface and UI. This is especially prevalent in their mobile app.
Recommendations to others considering the product
LearnCore is an excellent Training and Sales Enablement Tool. It is easy to use, agile in its capabilities, quick to deploy and provides strong reinforcement and practice through its PitchIQ. If you are looking for something that allows a small team to have a quick impact, this is what you are looking for. However, due to its focus, it does lack some of the more complex assessment and performance management features you may find in some heavier Learning Management solutions.
My suggestion? Give it a try! You won't be disappointed.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
With a long/complex deal cycle and remote teams, we were attempting to find a platform that not only allowed us to deliver distance learning but to actively engage our sales reps in activities that provided repetitive reinforcement.
While early in our development process, we have already seen improved onboarding assessment scores and user engagement scores.