Company Training LMS
May 07, 2018
Company Training LMS
Score 7 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with MindTickle
It is currently being used mostly across the Sales organization for various types of Sales training. It is used to deliver Sales training, product training/updates, and to test our knowledge.
- It displays all of the modules that I still need to complete in a clear, easy-to-understand way.
- I like that I have the ability to increase the play speed of some of the training videos. This helps me to complete some of the trainings a lot faster.
- There is a simple path of the different courses I need to take. If I don't complete them, I am able to continue where I left off.
- We have the SFDC integration. It seems a bit clunky at times and doesn't resize correctly when I have resize the window. I prefer to log into it directly vs. using the SFDC integration.
- I am not a huge fan of recording and ranking pitch videos, but have done a lot of these in MindTickle. There is also no clear-cut way of notifying those that need to review my video and several have gone un-reviewed.
- This may just be how our training team has put things together, but a lot of the training paths that we go through have really corny themes. They could be improved and a lot more engaging.
- It seems to accomplish what we use it for (Sales & Product training and updates).
- Shorter sections with quick updates/training are easier to consume and are retained for longer.
- Every rep is required to complete monthly sales updates through the platform and are tested on it, so our goal of 100% training is mostly accomplished.
I used SalesHood at a previous organization. We had personalized trainings from the CEO. The platform was easy-to-use, and great for housing trainings for later review. MindTickle seems to have some more integrations, but the format is simple and it is a bit clunky to use. It wasn't my choice to use it at my current company though.
It is great for quick trainings and quizzes. For longer trainings, it is not very engaging, but some of this relies on the video content. Sometimes it seems like every section requires a quiz, so they will ask pointless questions. It is probably better for quick updates, but I prefer some Sales trainings in-person.