Dokki: Cloud Learning as a New Lever for Enterprises

In 2022, these issues concern both the HRD and the Commercial and Communication Departments, in a context where time and budgets are not extensible.

It is to respond to this challenge that the Futur Composé group created Dokki, the Cloud Learning® for customers and employees of SMEs and ETIs.

A single cloud learning platform

The platform is accessible on the web and mobile, allowing each person to train, inform and understand any subject, anywhere and anytime, without impacting production or schedule.

This is possible thanks to the content in microlearning format. Each discipline is divided into educational capsules ranging from 30 seconds to 5 minutes, which summarize the essential elements to know in each topic addressed.

“The strength of this platform is both its ability to offer catalog content, but also highly personalized and completely turnkey training content according to the very specific needs of our partners! »says Willy Leloutre-Got.

The different use cases of the platform

Depending on the needs of each partner, the Cloud Learning training platform adapts to different use cases.

This can, for example, facilitate the integration of an employee and make it possible to reinforce safety at work and the quality of service, occupying the essential points of a workstation or machine tools. Simulation miniseries allow you to train salespeople to improve sales. Customers can also increase their business relationships with their customers by sharing information about your products and services.

Finally, the platform makes it possible to strengthen communication and thus increase the feeling of belonging to a company, while supporting major transitions, whether digital, environmental or social.

According to its creators, the simplicity and ergonomics of the interface guarantee immediate appropriation, the conciseness of the content in fact offers long-term user engagement. The individualized monitoring of use allows the triggering of effective and factual commercial and managerial actions.

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Participation in several fairs in France

In view of the success of their activity and in order to continue to promote it in France and internationally, the teams will be present at various exhibitions dedicated to new technologies, training and innovation.

The company will find several partners at the fair “Learning Technologies France”, which is the largest national event in the area of ​​technologies for training and learning. It will be in Paris, Porte de Versailles, on the 18th and 19th of May 2022.

Dokki will also be present at the sixth edition of Viva Technology (Viva Tech), which is Europe’s largest exhibition dedicated to technology and innovation. This will also be held at Portes de Versailles in Paris from June 15th to 18th.

Meet Dokki at the Global Tech Summit

The company will exhibit from November 1st to 4th in Lisbon at the Web Summit, which could be presented as the world’s technology summit. But before that, the teams will be present at the eLearning Africa 2022 fair, which will be dedicated to digital training in the African region.

“The next few months will be punctuated by countless shows, whether in France or around the world. You can also find us at the NewWork fair next July and at various learning meetings. Our team is pleased to make you discover the “Dokki method” as well as its Cloud Learning® application at all these national and international fairs scheduled until next autumn »concludes the company’s co-founder, Willy Leloutre-Got.

If many French people wish to undertake several training courses during their professional career to improve their skills and meet the new expectations of the market, the company offers a “new generation” Cloud Learning solution that adapts in every way to the needs of each company and each employee.

All these players will be able to meet the company’s teams and experience the training platform at various national and international fairs scheduled until next autumn.

The Challenges editorial team did not participate in the writing of this article.

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