Bridge is used to educate our customers. We sell a software product that we cannot hire enough support reps to answer the phone to support. We are using Bridge as a solution to our problem to lower support call volume.
Credly integration sucks- badges/leaderboards need to be in house. Seems like your two companies are at odds with each other
Credly badges are only available on the main account not for subaccounts
Not able to see groups of programs together to track learning progress. That is wonky- I get it- a group of courses is a program. You can't group programs together and call it something (like a curriculum)? So this grouping functionality can only happen on one level? Pretty lame
We selected Bridge because it appears to get the fundamentals right. All of the other LMSs overwhelmed us with the quantity of functionality instead of the quality of functionality. We ended up going with Bridge because it appears to do a few basic things really really well
They were ok. Not awesome. They could use some polish to be honest.
I had to re explain our use case frequently to multiple people. I feel like getting started with Bridge was not a great experience. It was not a smooth experience and needs some work to make it white glove service.
Internal training that isn't new hire training- recursive training for underperforming empoyees
Onboarding a new client involves some work on the clients end. This training could be used to host courses for them that show them how to do their part in the onboarding process. There are certain things only they can do to convert their existing data over to our systems. These courses would help show them how to do that
Pretty likely because Bridge is a good product that will probably meet our needs. However now that I am more familiar with what the LMS can/can't do I will probably be a better shopper to see if there is another LMS that can fill the gaps that this one has