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Generate Positive Exposure for You, Your Team and Your Organization

By Kieran King

Demonstrating the value of learning programs to upper management or to stakeholders within the organization can be a challenge. To get the recognition they deserve, we encourage our customers to highlight their achievements and to share their successes within their organization and with their peers. By keeping learning top of mind, stakeholders are reminded of the business value of learning and provide the buy-in necessary to keep beneficial programs going. To help facilitate this process, we’re pleased to launch a new Customer Reference Program.

The Skillsoft Customer Reference program is designed to help our customers, with a proven track record of leveraging elearning solutions, share their successes publicly. Whether it’s through an analyst conversation, case study, quote or guest blogger opportunity, the program is a great way to showcase innovative learning solutions.

As a participant, our customers:

  • Gain visibility and positive market exposure for their organization
  • Demonstrate thought leadership
  • Promote their spokespeople as industry gurus
  • Network with their peers and industry experts
  • Share best practices

As an additional incentive, participating customers will be entered to win a conference pass for 2015 Skillsoft Perspectives, up to $1100 value. The first of two drawings for a 2015 Skillsoft Perspectives pass will take place in the fall. A second drawing will take place no later than April 1, 2015.

Click here to join or to learn more about the Skillsoft Customer reference program.

View some of our customer testimonial videos.

View our customer case studies.

Kieran King is Vice President of Global Loyalty Strategy at Skillsoft. Follow Kieran on Twitter: @kieranmking

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