How extended enterprise training helps great companies grow

When it comes to extended enterprise training, the right software makes all the difference. Discover how TalentLMS transforms the management of your most important networks.

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How an LMS transforms extended enterprise training

Extended enterprise training software makes it incredibly simple to develop, deliver, coordinate, and manage the training programs that help great companies grow. It doesn’t matter whether you’re training partners, re-sellers, vendors, franchisees, new customers, or a complex combination. A learning management system (LMS) brings big benefits.

Manage one platform

Stay organized and reduce admin time by managing training from one central platform.

Offer useful training

Help your extended network use training when they need it with material available online and on-demand.

Lower training costs

Reduce travel, venue, and other expenses by bringing training online where it can be used from anywhere in the world at any time for no added cost.

Standardize training

Keep training consistent across your network, so everyone works from the same information helping to strengthen your business and brand.

Achieve extended enterprise training success with TalentLMS

TalentLMS is designed to make your extended enterprise training succeed. It’s easy to use, packed with features, and comes at a price that’s actually fair.

  • User-friendly experience

    Delight trainers and learners alike with an inviting interface that’s easy to learn and fun to use.

  • Time-saving management

    Free up time to focus on work that matters with convenient features like Single Sign-On and easy software integrations.

  • Progress reports

    Capture and measure the info you need with a simple, but powerful reporting engine.

  • Reach everyone

    Create unlimited sub-accounts to organize your network across branches, countries, or partner type and manage them all from one place.

  • Customizable certifications

    Offer accreditation as part of extended enterprise training, with a customizable certification management tool.

  • Speaks their language

    Make all users feel right at home by switching the platform to the language they’re most comfortable in.

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What success sounds like

I extensively reviewed over 20 LMS products when determining the right system for my company’s training needs i.e. internal training, onboarding, customer, and partner training.
Within minutes of accessing my test database during my exploration, I was almost sure TalentLMS would be the one. The cleanliness, simplicity, and feature-fullness of the product are what stands TalentLMS apart from the others.
USER REVIEW FROM G2 |g2@2x

Fits all types of training

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What is the extended enterprise?

The extended enterprise is any non-employees in your organization who are involved in selling or using your product or service. This includes distributors, vendors, contract workers, freelancers, franchisees, and their staff, suppliers, and even your customers.

And since most businesses and organizations today rely on at least one or more of these groups, training them (and training them often) is as essential as training your employees.

What is extended enterprise training?

There are many proven reasons for training the extended workforce. Whether you have ten or one hundred partners, fifty or five thousand customers, training your dispersed groups should be an integral part of your growth strategy.

Extended workforce training brings value to your organization by creating knowledgeable, empowered, and up-to-date partners, associates, and customers.

But to leverage these outcomes and get the most out of extended enterprise training, you should not only offer training at the start (like onboarding) but at all stages of your partner or customer life cycles.

Size or industry does not matter in extended enterprise training. The only factor that matters is whether your organization has partners and/or customers. For example, a giant retailer and an accounting software company might not have the same needs, but they can both derive value from an extended learning program.

Examples of extended enterprise training (Retail)
  • Employees gain new skills and stay current with industry standards.

  • Steady growth and improvement lead to more capable and confident employees.

Examples of extended enterprise training (Software)
  • Deliver onboarding and ongoing product training to customers.

  • Education turns customers into super users who are more likely to recommend the software to their friends.

The benefits of extended enterprise training

Extended enterprise learning offers different benefits depending on the group you’re training. For example, franchisees versus customers. But there are some benefits that cross party lines.

  • Consistent customer experience

    Educating your extended workforce gives more control over the type of experience your customers will receive from external partners.

  • Reduce risk

    Training improves communication, addressing mistakes before they happen, and ensures compliance to regulations and company processes.

  • Lower costs

    Offering extended enterprise training to customers on the use of your product or service reduces the need for them to contact your support team leading to fewer support interactions.

  • Accelerated timelines

    Keeping your entire chain up to date helps bring products to market faster, and resellers and customers are briefed about new product launches much faster.

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