Documoto Launches New Training Portal Documoto Academy
Documoto is proud to announce the launch of Documoto Academy - its new and improved training portal.
DENVER, May 17, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Documoto, a Denver-based software company specializing in digital publishing and interactive content management for equipment manufacturers and asset-intensive professionals, is pleased to announce the launch of its new training portal, Documoto Academy. Documoto Academy is a self-service training tool that provides customers with a structured learning experience built on role-based learning tracks. In addition to valuable lessons, users can interact with content through relative planning tools and tasks. Additionally, Documoto Academy provides a comprehensive learning experience, including resources and links to Documoto's Knowledge Base.
"Product training is the cornerstone of our customers' success, and we are excited to launch our new and improved training portal," says Andi Kirtland, Customer Success Manager & Team Lead at Documoto. "In addition to re-platforming and transitioning to role-based learning tracks, we have also vastly improved how training concepts are presented and have shifted to consumable, video-based content."
Features and benefits of Documoto Academy include:
- Self-Service Training Tool
- Flexible course curriculum available on any device
- Develop essential skills for content creation and administration in Documoto
Documoto is a Denver-based software company with a vision to help equipment manufacturers win their aftermarket through superior customer experiences for their partners and customers. Their product is an industry-leading SaaS solution that allows its customers to drive real innovation in their aftermarket. With Documoto, customers can create parts catalogs and related technical content; securely distribute that content over the web to any device in various languages; and find and order the right parts and products the first time, every time. Documoto customers are found throughout the globe and range from small manufacturers to some of the world's largest machinery companies and transit organizations.