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Wahoo Learning has launched a new website

Published: 15th October 2020
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We’ve launched a fresh ‘shop-window’ that reflects Wahoo Learning and how we can support, develop, and drive training programmes on behalf of our customers – our initial step towards becoming industry-leading training services providers.

Throughout 2020, the training landscape has changed hugely and now, more than ever, it is important for us to show customers how we can support them when embarking on a new training journey. Our aim is to offer products and services to empower businesses to deliver successful, cost-effective training, using minimal internal resource.

Clearly laying out how our services can benefit customers was the driving force behind our site’s re-design. Why have a suite of solutions if we’re not communicating how they can benefit our customers?

So, with all this front and centre, we re-evaluated our messages and have delivered them wrapped up in a new website. The end result – a dynamic, succinct and practical website, full of essential information that reflects us as a team, not just as a company.

New name for our Learning Management System solution

Wahoo Learning COMPASS

As part of the process, we named our core LMS product. Powered by Totara Learn, our in-house solution offers an enhanced and unrivalled LMS experience, for learners through to trainers and managers. ‘Compass’ was chosen to suggest a learner navigating through their learning journey, and managers guiding learners with the use of learning paths.

And finally

Lloyd Smith, Managing Director, comments: “We offer a range of training solutions that can be difficult to communicate. Our new website clearly defines our products and services; what we do, how we achieve it and the value that Wahoo Learning brings to the table. I am very pleased to see what we’ve achieved as a team and am eager to see how it supports our current sales and marketing strategy”.

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