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How A Startup Made Employee Training Entertaining | Forbes



San Francisco-based Workramp is a GitHub-style platform that enables companies to create and share their own employee training content. With integrations into tools like Slack and Salesforce, employees navigate through a curated workflow and companies can immediately measure impact on performance.

The team is young but experienced in building enterprise software, with three of the four founding team members being previous employees at Box. Early on Aaron Levie even advised the company, encouraging them to focus on continuing professional development in addition to their original features that focused on onboarding new employees.

Now with more than $27 million raised, the company continues to find ways to make employee training fun.

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