Training as a Service (TaaS)
Your business is either a SaaS business or, if not, your business relies on SaaS for functions like Payroll, Social Media Management, Customer Relation Management, so why are you not doing the same for your product training needs?
You appreciate the reduced cost of using SaaS platforms rather than processing all these tasks manually, so why not outsource your training needs in the same way?
Training as a Service (TaaS) – means you don’t need to worry about hiring a dedicated trainer, you don’t need to worry about the cost of the hardware and software they need, you don’t need to worry about building, designing, and hosting an online training platform, and you don’t need to worry about paying their salary and them becoming a bottleneck when they are on annual leave.
Delivering your training online means your customers can access training at a time that suits them. As the workforce gets younger, people are becoming more used to self-serving their training needs. How many times have you carried out a quick search online to find out how to do something in Excel or Google Sheets?
And if you have a trainer on your staff, then TaaS can be a great accompaniment to their skills. They can concentrate on delivering great in-person or virtual sessions, and the online platform can be used as part of a blended training program.
Training as a Service, just like SaaS, can unlock significant savings in your training expenditure, and training can become your competitive advantage. Change acceptance for your potential new customers can often be a factor in businesses not taking on new software products. Being able to confidently assure your potential customers that you have a professional training platform that’s available 24/7 could be the impetus your potential customer needs to get them to sign on the line.