WorkRamp unveiled its new Learning Cloud from WorkRamp, which it describes as “learning infrastructure to power employee and customer learning on a single platform.”
WorkRamp is betting that customers want to streamline and simplify their learning technology stack, which collects a number of products organized into silos, leading to higher costs and increasing complexity in their care and feeding.
While learning technology tools are designed to drive efficiencies, the company said, maintaining a number of learning solutions can lead to the opposite effect, leading to, among other things, inconsistent learning and development experiences for employees and customers, and making it difficult to tie learning initiatives back to business impact.
In today’s business environment, teams are focused on efficiency and maximizing impact, WorkRamp said. The Learning Cloud allows businesses to centralize their learning in one place. Top use cases include onboarding, talent development, upskilling, manager training, leadership development, compliance and security training, revenue enablement, customer education, partner enablement and support training.
Next Step in Learning Content
In September, WorkRamp released WorkRamp Content, powered by the corporate education content hub Go1. At the time, the company called WorkRamp Content “ one of the most comprehensive content solutions for organizations that are invested in developing their people to unlock exponential growth.”
WorkRamp Content allows employers to curate relevant industry- and role-based content to complement the organization’s learning strategy. It also allows businesses to leverage prebuilt, proven content to build impactful programs that can help attract, develop and retain talent, and mitigate corporate risk by maintaining compliance.
The product collects over 85,000 course resources from more than 250 providers in one “learning center of excellence.” WorkRamp Content provides material in the formats users prefer, and provides resources from companies such as EasyLlama, ej4, Mind Tools, Pluralsight, Sandler Training, Skillsoft, and Traliant.