Lessonly

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Lessonly offers training software solutions. It provides Lesson.ly., a training software solution that enables users to build, share, and track their training materials. The Company’s Lesson.ly. offers customer service training software, sales enablement software, new employee on-boarding software, online training software, on-the-job training software, employee training software, and learning management systems. It serves B2B, B2C, retail, and healthcare industries.

TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQIndianapolis, US
Websitelessonly.com
Employee Ratings5

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Oct 2019)155(+3%)

Key People/Management at Lessonly

Brian Montminy

Brian Montminy

Vice President of Finance
Conner Burt

Conner Burt

COO
Kyle Lacy

Kyle Lacy

Vice President of Marketing
Max Yoder

Max Yoder

CEO
Megan Jarvis

Megan Jarvis

Director of Talent
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Lessonly Office Locations

Lessonly has an office in Indianapolis
Indianapolis, US (HQ)
407 Fulton St
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Lessonly Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

Lessonly total Funding

$14.1 m

Lessonly latest funding size

$8 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Lessonly investors

Lessonly's latest funding round in November 2017 was reported to be $8 m. In total, Lessonly has raised $14.1 m
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Lessonly Operating Metrics

Lessonly's Customers was reported to be 500 in Nov, 2017.
Nov, 2017

Customers

500
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Lessonly Online and Social Media Presence

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Lessonly News and Updates

Indianapolis’ Lessonly raises $8 million for its enterprise learning software

Indianapolis’ Lessonly, a startup that develops educational software for teams, announced that it has raised an $8 million Series B round. The round was led by OpenView, and investors include Indianapolis-based High Alpha Capital and edtech VC firm Rethink Education. Lessonly has approximately 500 c…

Lessonly Blogs

Introducing On-Demand Practice to Power Rep Improvement

We’re excited to announce On-Demand Practice, a new learning experience that allows teams to create standalone practice scenarios that are always available to their team. The post Introducing On-Demand Practice to Power Rep Improvement appeared first on Lessonly.

What Really is Good Customer Service?

Effective customer service starts and ends with the ability to listen. The post What Really is Good Customer Service? appeared first on Lessonly.

How to Use On-Demand Practice in Lessonly

Starting next week, teams will be able to practice any time with Lessonly’s new on-demand practice feature. This means that employees will have the opportunity to practice key skills and get feedback without a lesson assignment. Before we unleash on-demand practice, we want to share some ways to act…

LLAMA Link-Seattle 10/29

LLAMA Link- Seattle 10/29 The post LLAMA Link-Seattle 10/29 appeared first on Lessonly.

“You can be definitive without being abrupt.”

We can put some distance between our decisions and the corresponding changes. The post “You can be definitive without being abrupt.” appeared first on Lessonly.

Lessonly Celebrates Better Work with Customer Awards at Yellowship

The post Lessonly Celebrates Better Work with Customer Awards at Yellowship appeared first on Lessonly.
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Lessonly Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Lessonly founded?

    Lessonly was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Lessonly key executives?

    Lessonly's key executives are Brian Montminy, Conner Burt and Kyle Lacy.

  • How many employees does Lessonly have?

    Lessonly has 155 employees.

  • Who are Lessonly competitors?

    Competitors of Lessonly include Allego, EducationInsta and ChildCare Education Institute.

  • Where is Lessonly headquarters?

    Lessonly headquarters is located at 407 Fulton St, Indianapolis.

  • Where are Lessonly offices?

    Lessonly has an office in Indianapolis.

  • How many offices does Lessonly have?

    Lessonly has 1 office.