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Docebo Announces New Integrations with GoTo to Elevate Remote Training

As organizations around the world look for new ways to train their increasingly remote workforce, Docebo, a leading AI-powered learning platform, is excited to announce new integrations with GoTo by LogMeIn, which provides easier than ever integrations with GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar, and GoToTraining to bring virtual instructor-led training experiences to remote working.

“At Docebo, we haven’t let working remotely stop us from connecting and learning, and we want to help others to do the same,” said Craig Gleason, Director of Partnership at Docebo. “With this integration, our customers will be able to provide scalable in-person Virtual Learning meeting capabilities to remote audiences around the world.”

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A rapidly changing world requires access to smart, effective and future-proof solutions. For organizations in which in-person instructor lead training (ILT) was the norm, they now require easy-to-launch and scalable solutions to take the training online for employee, customer and partner training programs. The integration allows Docebo users to not only create meetings, training, and sessions directly from their learning platform but also has centralized reporting and notifications for learners and instructors, ending the days of working across multiple interfaces or solutions to collaborate and learn virtually.

Over 400 Docebo customers are already using existing custom-built integrations between the platforms. This new integration between GoTo and Docebo allows businesses to leverage the AI-powered learning platform to enhance sales enablement and upskilling programs, as well as customer training and partner training activities – a growing trend among Docebo customers who are using the platform to train both internal and external audiences.

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“With much of the world now working remotely, many for the first time, it’s more important than ever to maintain business continuity. Through integrations like the new one between GoTo and Docebo, organizations can continue to provide valuable learning and training for their employees using the remote work tools, such as GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar and GoToTraining, that they already know. The GoTo team has already seen our customers use these training programs with excellent results, particularly as we’ve been making the global transition to remote work. We are excited to be able to support Docebo during this monumental shift in how we are all working,” said Steve Weinstock, Senior Director of Strategic Alliances for LogMeIn’s UCC business.

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Understandably, the current global situation has forced organizations to rethink training delivery, and many are stepping up to the task. According to the Brandon Hall Group, 37% of respondents to a recent survey say they have canceled all live training events and replaced those activities with digital learning and Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT). Of those, 79% are using webinars to convert ILT sessions to VILT.

As organizations continue to find new solutions to the ever-shifting professional landscape, Docebo and GoTo are excited to bring this partnership to all those looking to find the best solutions to enhance and develop their workforce, take on the challenges of tomorrow, and make learning key to their competitive advantage.

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