The problem

Working with subject matter experts can be frustrating, complicated, and time-consuming. It can create bottlenecks that slow down training creation and when the SMEs don’t have an instructional design background, maintaining quality is next to impossible. Add to that the volume of training requests that learning teams get from different business units, and producing high quality training that achieves business outcomes quickly becomes overwhelming.

Our solution

Optimize collaboration, leverage templates and best practices and break down silos and bottlenecks. With a recommendation engine that guides your team step-by-step, knowledge transfer between stakeholders and subject matter experts is more reliable and scalable.

Save Time with Automation

Our guided approach makes it easy for you to quickly structure training programs, identify learning objectives and leverage best practices.

Work More Effectively with SMEs

Without any hand-holding, your subject matter experts will learn how to transfer knowledge into robust learning.

Streamline Collaboration

Collaborators can easily contribute or comment as you tag them throughout the platform. Assign tasks with due dates so course creation is more efficient.

Improve Quality with Standardization

Tap into our team’s eBest practices in adult learning theory are built into the platform Administrators can customize templates and maintain control while empowering anyone to design training.

“The self-guided training design process in Synapse has provided our technical SMEs with the ability to utilize all their existing resources to create online training modules quickly and easily.”
Global Learning Leader

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We’re excited to help you grow. If you have any questions at all, we’d love to hear from you!

Try it.

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With a collaborative platform and a support team, getting the most out of your Learning Design System has never been easier.

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