With its easy-to-use training software for growing businesses, Lessonly helps teams with new employee onboarding and ongoing training.


Employees succeed when they have streamlined access to company knowledge, best practices, and team policies.

Lessonly’s learning automation software helps more than 250 companies capture this information as step-by-step lessons that are easy to assign, measure, search, and update.

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Lessonly raises $8 million Series B led by OpenView

The year 2017 is turning out to be quite the successful year for Lessonly. The leader in team training software has hit record-breaking quarters, ramped up hiring efforts, and is today announcing a Series B raise of $8 million led by OpenView. Lessonly’s founder and CEO, Max Yoder, is no stranger to success. Founded in November

How to Enjoy What You Do and Why I Love Working for Lessonly

It’s like looking for a needle in a haystack or a white cat in a snowstorm. It’s scarcer than hen’s teeth or a diamond in the rough. The journey to find a job or career that you love is hard. It’s a constant struggle to find the balance between stress, hard work, massive success, and

Lessonly Celebrates 5 Years with Record-Breaking Quarter And Team Expansion

On the eve of the company’s 5 year anniversary, Lessonly announced a series of accelerated hiring initiatives. In response to increased demand for their leading team learning software, this expansion follows a year of quarter-on-quarter growth in both size and revenue. New team members will aid Lessonly in continuing to disrupt the learning, training, and

Former Salesforce leader to join Lessonly after Boston stint

On March 1, former ExactTarget Inc./ Inc. Director Kyle Lacy will join Indianapolis-based Lessonly Inc. as vice president of marketing. The move comes after Lacy spent two years at Boston-based OpenView Venture Partners, a venture capital firm. The 32-year-old Anderson University alumnus and 2010 IBJ Forty Under 40 honoree spoke with IBJ about why he