Docebo is a robust and scalable LMS ideal for companies with more than 300 team members in need of some sort of training.
Docebo allows employees to drive their experience by choosing their learning paths based on skills they'd like to acquire. Managers can then understand the progress made by employees through a unified dashboard. Docebo is used by companies like Uber and WalMart.
Docebo is used by companies like Walmart, Amazon Web Servies, Heineken, Thomson Reuters, Uber, and Bose.
According to their website, the implementation time for Docebo takes less than 3 months. This is handled by their onboarding team.
In their words, Docebo has a "customer-obsessed culture across departments". Apart from having dedicated account representatives for their customers, they also provide a wide range of resources for them, or even the public in general. These include an online University, whitepapers, webinars, podcasts, product updates, a knowledge base, and even a magazine.
Docebo is not ideal for K-12 and higher education institutions, since it's an LMS made for the corporate sector. It won't work for companies looking for an on-premise solution either.
Pricing for Docebo is undisclosed.