Quickbase Launches Customer Training Program

First Quickbase-led training services help customers more confidently develop applications

Nashville, Tenn., May 11, 2016 – Quickbase Inc., a leading low-code application development platform provider, today announced a new Quickbase Training Services program with instructor-led classes and virtual sessions as well as self-service eLearning. Launched at Quickbase’s annual user conference EMPOWER 2016, the organization held its first official training with more than 100 enterprise app builders.

According to a study by Forrester organizations can save an average of eight weeks in development time and $19,231 in resource costs per application by utilizing citizen developers with Quickbase.¹ The new training offering will help customers improve their knowledge of the Quickbase platform faster and learn how to build more effective apps so they can expand the use of Quickbase across their organizations.

Quickbase training courses are based on extensive customer research and are progressive in nature. Specific course levels include: fundamentals to help customers build more effective apps; intermediate to help customers master more complex formulas and scale app ecosystems; and advanced to dive deeper into workflow automations and extending the platform for more sophisticated use cases. Courses are appropriate for customers of all technical levels, from line of business to IT.

“While Quickbase is known for its easy-to-use app building environment, training can help customers accelerate their learning process and develop better apps faster,” said Karen Devine, Vice President of Marketing, Quickbase. “With a focus on customer success, the structured curriculum will give users the confidence they need to create more effective Quickbase apps and get more value from the platform.”

Quickbase Training will roll out over the next year. Services include:

  • Live Instructor Led Training: Available now, these two-day sessions offer hands-on support with in-person instructors to walk customers through the robust curriculum. Trainings will be held regionally or onsite at customer locations.
  • Virtual Instructor Led Training: One-day, online sessions led by a dedicated Quickbase instructor. Virtual classes will be available in fall of 2016.
  • Self-Paced eLearning: Online, on-demand training courses with pre-recorded learning modules. Self-paced eLearnings will launch in early 2017.

“Quickbase Training was invaluable to our team,” said James Condon, Business Process Manager II, Cardiac Rhythm Group, Boston Scientific. “The content helped us understand with more clarity all the ways we can use Quickbase to reach our customers and give them more options to communicate and share data with us.”

Pricing and Availability

The initial regional events will be held in New York, Chicago, Houston, San Diego and Atlanta. For more information on scheduling an onsite, instructor led training or to attend one of the regional events visit: https://www.quickbase.com/training. Pricing for Quickbase instructor-led training starts at $699 per attendee.

¹ Results based on a composite customer organization featured in a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting, “The Total Economic Impact™ Of Quickbase,” April 2016