This WorkRamp and Udemy partnership will now allow enterprises to build robust training and development programs by threading industry-leading courses into WorkRamp’s purpose-built training platform.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — WorkRamp, the learning transformation leader, today announced its newest partnership with Udemy, the largest global destination for learning and teaching online, to offer an end-to-end learning experience for the world’s top organizations. WorkRamp customers can now access the extensive Udemy for Business course catalog within WorkRamp’s Learning Management System to transform their corporate learning strategy.
“Learning is more important than ever as companies are innovating and empowering their workforce to navigate and thrive through this period of uncertainty.” said Stephanie Stapleton, Vice President of Customer Success at Udemy. “Enabling access to Udemy for Business content through WorkRamp will provide our customers like Box another seamless way to embed learning into their daily workflow so employees can easily access the most current courses on in-demand skills.”
“We’re thrilled to empower the global Boxer community to align WorkRamp learning paths and Udemy for Business courses to create personalized learning experiences,” said Kat Steinmetz, Global Head of Talent Success at Box. “Boxers can now take Udemy courses to complement their WorkRamp learning paths to upskill, spark conversations around career development and stay competitive in today’s economy.”
This new offering will enable companies to unite custom training content on WorkRamp with 7,000 curated courses from Udemy for Business to create dynamic learning paths for their employees. WorkRamp administrators can activate the Udemy for Business course catalogue directly within WorkRamp, allowing learners to easily browse and access the content they need to propel business forward and advance their careers.
“Learning and development leaders are looking for ways to streamline their people programs, content and processes to deliver amazing learning experiences for their employees,” said Ted Blosser, CEO and co-founder at WorkRamp. “Our new partnership with Udemy will allow customers like Box to consolidate and integrate their critical learning infrastructure to maximize learner ROI and training effectiveness.”