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How logistics companies benefit from SaaS training software

Flexible and self-supported is what most logistics companies require for supporting software such as training tools. Software-as-a-Service provides this flexibility with on-demand access to training material. Also required are easy set-up and revision and – especially for European companies – multiple languages.


Why logistics companies invest in online training

Companies benefit from qualified employees who find relevant information and performance support in a moment of need. Different training options are available for this aim: live workshops, PDF manuals and training platforms. Many companies choose for a combination, e.g. by sustaining live workshops with assignments and tests in a training platform. These platforms can either be installed systems or Software as a Service (SaaS). Logistics companies are generally in need for a flexible solution, which is why many favor SaaS for online training.

3 ways how SaaS online training makes logistics life easier:

Efficient set-up

Spending hours and days on setting up training isn’t an option for most logistics companies. Software as a service requires no installation, meaning that training is “plug & play”. You can set up courses and invite participants the same day. Also, organizations save time by creating their own training. Experts and managers for example use online training software to convert PDF and PowerPoint presentations into a course. Completed with video, tests and surveys, a rich learning environment is developed. At the same time, tests and surveys enable reporting on knowledge levels and certification. SaaS solutions are easy to update and maintain. In fact, many providers feature regular system updates and improved features that come at no extra cost. They also ensure that the system works across all platforms and browsers, so that you can always access the platform to make changes after new regulations or technical updates have been released.

Easy Management

Inviting more users, installing learning programs and course re-take – companies easily take care of all administration and management options. If you’re planning on growing your business you need a training platform that can grow with you. As you onboard new employees or more certification requirements evolve, your learning management system must be able to scale to accommodate this growth. One of the most notable benefits of software-as-a-service is scalability and flexibility. A securely hosted service should be chosen to ensure data protection. Professional hosting often works better than in-house solutions, as it requires a lot of maintenance. By definition, software as a service is developed further according to newest security standards, so that customers do not have to worry about accessibility, uptime or other technical issues.

Individual training on the go

One of the most significant benefits of choosing software as a service is that you can login to the system anywhere, anytime. Whether you are on the road and need information urgently or need to add content to your course, it’s all easily accessible for trainers and participants the like. Handbooks are easily turned into interactive online manuals and thus provide always up-to-date performance support. Also, international companies have a demand for training that is adjustable to personal preferences, such as language. An on-demand training solution can detect a user’s position and display information accordingly in the user’s language.

Online training is a holistic experience

Contrary to some people’s belief, online training is not a inferior improvement for some individuals. If the company embraces the chance of training together, online training can be a holistic experience. In a nutshell, online training helps companies on 3 levels:

  1. Participants choose when and where to learn. Motivation and empowerment lead to better qualification levels
  2. Experts and managers pass on knowledge right-away, without waiting for third parties.
  3. Companies control knowledge levels and distribute information more effectively, reducing insecurities among staff while increasing satisfaction, quality and time to market.

Want to know more about the mechanics of online training in logistics?

Coursepath is a European online training platform that is well suited for Microlearning— flexible learning in digestible, bite-sized units. Companies create their own professional courses for employees, partners and customers. The modern and clearly structured platform enables social collaboration and makes learning progress measurable. No need for software installation or external services – with our easy-to-use Software-as-a-Service platform you access every training in your web browser.

Create courses in a breeze, monitor progress and experience a rewarding learning journey together. Your securely hosted training platform has it all. With nine languages Coursepath is extremely adjustable to company’s and learners’ needs. Try Coursepath in a free 30-day trial.

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