Top SaaS Academy Directory

Learn how top software companies use content to educate their users.

Marble Academy Overview

Learn more how to create online Academy powered by Marble.

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How old is the Academy?​

The Marble Academy is one year old, born in 2020.

What are your favorite tools and gear?​

We are using various kinds of tools. For video creation, we use either Loom, if it requires screen recordings, or Synthesia to create educational videos. For visuals, we might use Canva or Figma. And we use Marble, our platform, to package the content into training courses.

Who do you take inspiration from?​

We are very much inspired by our users. They give us great ideas and feedback and we understand, what kind of content would be interesting and relevant to them. We want to make people better at their tasks and jobs and want to grow as an educational provider as well.

Also we get inspired by the community we are in and the academies and educational content providers that exist and evolve around.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Choose a video type that suits the goal the best. Release once done and do polishing and improvements afterwards, based on the analytics and feedback.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We have ~1,000 learners (and growing) visiting per year

What does your program receive praise for?

Marble Academy empowers the students to learn about customer training, employee onboarding and learn how to use Marble at its most.

Cloudinary Academy Overview

Cloudinary’s training program and portal for new and seasoned users.

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How old is the Academy?​

The Cloudinary Academy is two years old, born in 2019.

What are your favorite tools and gear?​

Our favorite tools are Descript, Camtasia, Thought Industries, VS Code, GitHub

Who do you take inspiration from?​

We absorb lots of inspiration from Twilio, Salesforce, Elastic

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We have ~1,600 learners (and growing) visiting per year

What does your program receive praise for?

Highly interactive educational lessons for developers with downloadable code samples, in-browser IDEs, and video-based lessons.

Channable Academy Overview

Your very own personal online training center

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How old is the Academy?​

The Channacademy is 1 year old, born in 2020.

Who do you take inspiration from?

Hubspot Academy, Google Academy and Shopify.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

We learnt that it is key to switch between screencasts and live views very often to keep it interactive and engaging. Preferably, we even switch from one angle in a live view to another after max 4 sentences to make our video look and feel a lot more professional!

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We have ~1,500learners (and growing) visiting per year

What does your program receive praise for?

Interactivity, easy to understand, video quality and comprehensive.

Other important information that may help you grow your SaaS business:

  • Customer support videos – Customer support is probably the most neglected aspect of SaaS businesses. It helps in enhancing customer experience and increasing customer satisfaction. Customer support videos are created at a one-time cost and help in saving money and resources and help in drastically reducing customer support tickets.
  • Remote video testimonials – Build trust using 100% remotely created testimonial videos, it is a social proof of value addition. They are the most effective as the best marketing is proof! A final version of remote video testimonials can be created in as quickly as 10-12 days.

MoEngage Academy Overview

Learn the science of customer-engagement-led growth.

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How old is the Academy?​

The MoEngage Academy is nine months old, born in 2020.

What are your favorite tools and gear?

Pre-WFH, we used a Sony a6400. These days, mostly webcam.

For video recording, we use Soapbox (from Wistia). It allows us to seamlessly switch from talking head to slide to split-screen. For editing, we use Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.

Who do you take inspiration from?

All kinds of educational content irrespective of topic. Mostly YouTube but also online courses and podcasts.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

This goes beyond just content creation but – It’s more important to just get started and put something out there. Of course, you can’t edit a video as easily as written content, but you get better if you get into execution mode after basic preparation rather than overthinking it.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We have ~1500 learners (and growing) visiting per year

What does your program receive praise for?

It helps learners understand basic concepts so they feel empowered to run experiments and learn further.

Thinkific Academy Overview

Create, market, and sell your own online courses

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How old is the Academy?​

The Academy is 5 years old

What are your favorite tools and gear?

We use Thinkific, Camtasia, Screenflow, Typeform, Zapier and Mixpanel on a day-to-day basis for our tasks.

Who do you take inspiration from?

Our biggest inspiration is our customers!

We are always looking for inspiration from Asana, Drift, Hootsuite, Canva, Shopify, Slack, Optimizely, Hubspot, Trailhead, Appcues, Intercom, Northpass as well.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Launched is always better than perfect

What does your program receive praise for?

Free, accessible education for course creators on Thinkific, entrepreneurship, creating great student experiences, and marketing & selling online courses

Gives creators clarity on how to create and sell online courses

Empowers creators to feel confident about getting started with teaching online

AgriWebb Academy Overview

Farm management software that works the way you do, capture every mob and paddock record on the go, offline

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How old is the Academy?​

The Academy is 3 months old

What are your favorite tools and gear?

We use soapbox to record many of our videos

Who do you take inspiration from?

Intercom, Northpass

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Creating the skeleton is useful and inserting video contact easily

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We are aiming for 2000 learners to have gone through by the end of 2021

What does your program receive praise for?

Ease of use and accessibility

Candu Academy Overview

Candu is the first native web builder for your product.

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How old is the Academy?​

The Academy is 3 months old

What are your favorite tools and gear?

Yetti mics, Wistia’s Spoabox, and good natural lighting

Who do you take inspiration from?

Asana’s product updates videos, Miro’s fun academy & … Makeup Tutorials on YouTube

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Relax! Creating a script was less valuable than outlining key learning objectives.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

200

What does your program receive praise for?

Clear product outcomes in a micro-learning format

Bloomreach Academy Overview

Bloomreach infuses the customer experience with limitless relevance, personalization, and value.

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How old is the Academy?​

Hard to specify. The most active Academy years have started 2.5 years ago but we have been paying attention to training for over 8 years.

What are your favorite tools and gear?

Patience, creativity, and ability to efficiently extract information from subject matter experts. To be honest, digital and physical tools come far second to those skills.

Who do you take inspiration from?

Hubspot Academy and our friends at OSI Learning are doing fantastic things.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Ease of customer reference is key. Repeat the most critical client-targeted information at as many relevant places as possible. Our students are busy professionals and sometimes small details escape their attention.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

Currently just above 1000. That number should grow in the future

What does your program receive praise for?

We make great use of hybrid learning models combining on-demand asynchronous work and instructor-led teaching. We also offer good student support with less than 24hours of query turnaround time.

Miro Academy Overview

Cloud-based collaboration tool for small to midsize businesses.

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How old is the Academy?​

Less than 1 year old

What are your favorite tools and gear?

We embed our own product – Miro – in our course content and we love production tools like Camtasia & Premiere. For webinars, we love Hubspot & Zoom. We love our Yeti mics for crisp audio. And good lighting and framing for talking heads style videos are everything! We also like Looker for data & Wistia for hosting.

Who do you take inspiration from?

“I take a lot of inspiration from public media. I worked at an NPR station a long time ago and collaborated frequently with NPR, PRX & the BBC and a lot of my inspiration comes from the gorgeous ways public radio producers tell stories and teach others with just audio.

I learned a lot about lugging equipment all over Austin & Washington DC about how you can do a LOT with a little, and about how important the editing process is before you go to market.

Public media coined the term “driveway moment” back in the day where people pull into their driveways but don’t leave their cars until an episode of Radiolab has finished, no matter how long it takes, because they can’t bear to miss how stories conclude. If you’ve experienced this, you know firsthand how powerful good storytelling is!

My fabulously talented team gets a lot of inspo from things like Webflow university and the Kurzgesagt “In a Nutshell” videos on YouTube. Incredible stuff. “

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Keep it short! And remember that your learners have a lot going on. Respect their time and make it fun and valuable for them.

What does your program receive praise for?

We receive praise for creating some of the most engaging courses out there. People speak to the value our courses help them get from our product as well as the unique voice, tone, and humor of our content projects.

Heap Analytics Academy Overview

Heap is an analytics platform that helps product, marketing, and customer success teams craft exceptional digital experiences that convert.

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How old is the Academy?​

2 Years

What are your favorite tools and gear?

We keep it pretty simple at Heap. We are largely video-based and use Camtasia for editing and Blue Yeti mics for great audio quality

Who do you take inspiration from?

A variety of sources for videos: Alton Brown (He’s a Chef that’s done a lot of TV shows – check out Good Eats), Nick Nimmin (YouTube), Pixar 22 story points, LinkedIn Learning, and a ton of other video creators.

Academy designs – HubSpot Academy, Asana Academy, YouTube Academy, and many other sites that aren’t academies, but make awesome learning content.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

When multiple people are contributing, make sure to normalize your audio levels across videos!

How many students go through the Academy per year?

4,000-5,000

What does your program receive praise for?

Short, digestible videos with a focus on use case-based content (vs feature based content)

Tracegains Academy Overview

TraceGains delivers cloud-based supplier compliance, quality, and innovation solutions to food, beverage, and dietary supplements companies.

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How old is the Academy?​

Just over one year

What are your favorite tools and gear?

  1. All things TechSmith (screen capture)
  2. Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, After Effects, Captivate, acrobat, etc)
  3. Audacity (audio)
  4. MmHmm (instructional video)
  5. Learning Glass (instructional video)
  6. Sony a7ii Camera (video)

Who do you take inspiration from?

Vox, CE Lab, Master Class, SalesForce Community, Bevy

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Don’t believe the hype that people won’t watch longer videos. If it’s scripted and produced well, your audience will get to the end and not even realize they spent that much time watching.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

10k+

What does your program receive praise for?

  1. Engaging + modern design
  2. Learners have the freedom to choose their content modalities (article vs. video vs. course vs. skill practice)
  3. Content satisfaction rating 4.6 stars
  4. Course completion rates ~70%

Datarobot Academy Overview

World’s only trusted enterprise AI platform combined with an AI-native strategic success team to help customers rapidly turn data into value.

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How old is the Academy?​

1 year

What are your favorite tools and gear?

We use Articulate Rise, Camtasia, and Adobe Creative Cloud. We host the courses on SkillJar LMS

Who do you take inspiration from?

We take a lot of inspiration from our internal storytelling team as well as from customer education thought leaders on ways that we can push the envelope to motivate users to engage with the training regularly.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Because of maintenance and localization, we try to focus on application rather than navigation — so we zoom in on the content of the application visualizations that the users interact with. These change less frequently.

We also make sure that we have a transcript available. This helps with accessibility, non-native English speakers, and our developer audience who wants all content to easily be searchable.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

8K

What does your program receive praise for?

DataRobot University focuses on creating practical education for leveraging DataRobot to solve real-world problems. We have an extensive catalog of self-paced courses, hands-on labs, instructor-led training, and certification. Our customers note that we make the training fun and memorable.

Other important information that may help you grow your SaaS business:

  • Customer support videos – Customer support is probably the most neglected aspect of SaaS businesses. It helps in enhancing customer experience and increasing customer satisfaction. Customer support videos are created at a one-time cost and help in saving money and resources and help in drastically reducing customer support tickets.
  • Remote video testimonials – Build trust using 100% remotely created testimonial videos, it is a social proof of value addition. They are the most effective as the best marketing is proof! A final version of remote video testimonials can be created in as quickly as 10-12 days.

Kissflow Academy Overview

A simple, optimal and efficient platform to manage and track all of your work.

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How old is the Academy?​

2 months

What are your favorite tools and gear?

Google ecosystem and Loom for content development. Thinkific platform for hosting Kissflow Academy.

Who do you take inspiration from?

Articles from https://elearningindustry.com/, and https://trainingindustry.com/.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

  1. Getting the workflow right the first time is highly unlikely. The more people it involves, the higher the uncertainty.
  2. Constantly watch out for errors and be flexible to changes, even in the final draft.
  3. Build a team that goes the extra mile to implement last-minute corrections.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

Predicting 1000 users in the first year

What does your program receive praise for?

Kissflow Academy courses are praised for their simplicity, both in technology solutions and in learning. The courses are divided into easily digestible lessons, making it possible for every user to understand the Kissflow platform, from its fundamentals to advanced expressions.

Courses are designed to be comprehensive, covering everything needed for success on the platform, and are taught by Kissflow experts .

Other important information that may help you grow your SaaS business:

  • Customer support videos – Customer support is probably the most neglected aspect of SaaS businesses. It helps in enhancing customer experience and increasing customer satisfaction. Customer support videos are created at a one-time cost and help in saving money and resources and help in drastically reducing customer support tickets.
  • Remote video testimonials – Build trust using 100% remotely created testimonial videos, it is a social proof of value addition. They are the most effective as the best marketing is proof! A final version of remote video testimonials can be created in as quickly as 10-12 days.

Braze Academy Overview

Forge customer connections and drive growth with our data-driven, cross-channel solution

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How old is the Academy?​

3 years

What are your favorite tools and gear?

As a video editor at heart, I love adobe premiere (I feel like I can create anything with it). But I know my team has found a lot of value in webflow for building learning content; its flexibility allows us to design information exactly how we imagine it to flow. And of course, trusty old, true-blue Camtasia. I still feel that we’re not using it as deeply as we could be.

Who do you take inspiration from?

It’s easy to just look over at Trailhead and follow that path, it’s a safe path because it’s been blazed before. I really love John Green’s Crash Course in World History. It’s not for everyone, but I like the speed, the detail, the humor. I honestly didn’t know I was a lover of history until I experienced his content.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Cut out the jokes haha. Having a warm personality behind the material and empathetic word choice should be enough. Trying to make your training more enjoyable by throwing in some of your standup routine can often feel like a waste of time to the customer… and the material rarely ages well (take it from me).

How many students go through the Academy per year?

4,000

What does your program receive praise for?

Our Trainers – while it’s virtual, they still find a way to bring humanity into the room and have customers walk away with actionable skills they can immediately apply

Certification program – a means for our customers to prove their proficiency and earn a practice-based credential that validates some very marketable skills

Our LMS – Our video-based learning portal has been massive in taking the lofty concepts of channel-agnostic marketing, dynamic personalization, and machine learning and making them easy to understand.

Asana Academy Overview

On a mission to enable the world’s teams to work together effortlessly.

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How old is the Academy?​

The Asana Academy is three years old, born in 2018.

What are your favorite tools and gear?

Our favorite tools are easy to use. They help our small team quickly create content and keep it up-to-date. We use TechSmith Camtasia and Articulate 360 for screen recording and content authoring.

Our team has built a demo company for product demonstrations and use cases. And we package up content in Skilljar, our LMS.

Who do you take inspiration from?

We absorb lots of inspiration from other academies. LinkedIn Learning showed us how to improve content navigation and make it easier for customers to find what they’re looking for. We gleaned cues from HubSpot around creating content that makes people better at their jobs, not just at using our tool.

We’re also inspired in so many ways by our community of peers. We sit at the edge of our seats waiting for new podcast episodes from CELab to drop. We stockpile riveting reading, like Donna Weber’s new book Onboarding Matters and Adam Avramescu’s classic Customer Education.

We keep our eyes peeled for weekly newsletters from Learning Science Weekly and E-Learning Heroes. And we watch out for the latest lineup of thought leadership webinars coming from Thought Industries. 🙂 Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

To take a “modular” concept. We create video content that can stand alone on our video tutorials page, or set in multiple courses. Our video tutorials page provides customers a lightweight, ungated entry point to dabble in our content, then discover deeper learning.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We have ~70,000 learners (and growing) visiting per year

What does your program receive praise for?

“Finishing one course all the way through makes me feel accomplished and motivated to move on and learn more.” We build blended learning experiences into bite-sized courses and videos focused on the “why” for our customers. Encouraging them to stay more engaged and focused on building good habits using Asana.

“Feels like I’m learning from a friend.” Our videos have a real person guiding customers and using a tone to set them at ease. Whether they’re just getting comfortable using Asana, or coming back monthly for our “What’s New in Asana” series, our approach is to be a “work BFF” and not the teacher in front of the classroom.

Yahoo Academy Overview

The Yahoo Academy Learning Center is an on-demand customer education hub where Yahoo Ad Tech clients can learn the competencies they need to launch.

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How old is the Academy?​

The Yahoo Academy Learning Center launched in Fall 2021.

What are your favorite tools and gear?

Evolve is the primary authoring tool used for the Learning Center but we also like Camtasia and Snagit, as well as some custom HTML/CSS.

Who do you take inspiration from?

The CE Slack channel! Such a great community!

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Be practical about planning video production as it can be time consuming.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

1500 students annually

What does your program receive praise for?

Ease of use, helpful content

BitSight Academy Overview

BitSight is the only Security Rating independently correlated with breach risk and stock performance.

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How old is the Academy?​

The academy is 2 years old.

Who do you take inspiration from?

Our colleagues in CEd.org

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Keep the videos short and focused.

What does your program receive praise for?

Driving key organization metrics.

Safe Academy Overview

Gain more value from data by connecting it across hundreds of systems with FME – the # 1 platform for integrating spatial data.

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How old is the Academy?​

The academy is 4 months old (launched May 2021). From current data, it’s estimated about 2,000 learners will complete training in this first year.

What are your favorite tools and gear?

For video, we use TechSmith Camtasia and Snagit. We do most of our content creation directly in our learning platform, myTrailhead, and we backup and share our training content using GitHub. We use Inkscape for vector graphics editing and Audacity for audio editing.

We’ve played around with Descript for video editing, but do not use it consistently. We like using Atlassian Jira for issue tracking and Confluence for meeting notes and project posters. We’re also big fans of using Miro for brainstorming.

Who do you take inspiration from?

Salesforce’s Trailhead was an early inspiration for us, as we are big Salesforce users at Safe. We work closely with Esri and a lot of their customers, so we take some inspiration from their approach to training.

We’ve also taken inspiration from many of the Academies featured in this directory, including HubSpot, Intercom, and TechSmith. Attending the CEdMA and Skilljar Connect conferences taught us a lot about Academy design.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

We have not created a huge amount of video content for our Academy. We mostly reuse recordings of live courses. A non-video lesson we learned was about reusing content versus creating from scratch. We had big aspirations initially to redo a lot of our training content (including more video), but we quickly learned it would take way too long.

So we ended up repurposing a lot of our existing training content and it has worked well. It’s allowed us to push out a lot of learning content very quickly.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We have ~2,000 learners (and growing) visiting per year

What does your program receive praise for?

The Academy has received praise for making it easier to get started with FME and for making it more engaging to learn. Learners enjoy being able to earn badges.

Engaging Networks Academy Overview

Engaging Networks provides you with innovative online fundraising and campaigning tools to help you raise more money and win more campaigns

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How old is the Academy?​

Our academy is 4 years old, but we moved to Thinkific in May 2021

What are your favorite tools and gear?

Our favourite tools are Camtasia (video editing), Happyscribe (captions, subtitles and transcripts), Photopea (online version of Photoshop and every bit as good), Unsplash (excellent CC0 images) Youtube Audio Library (background music tracks), Elgato Stream Deck (shortcuts for video editing and content production), ShuttlePro V2 (low-cost video controller wheel for video editing), Zapier for automation out from Thinkific.

Who do you take inspiration from?

We absorb lots of inspiration from the amazing community in the Customer Education Org Slack Community!

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Keep it bite-sized, make videos 5-10 minutes or less, and chunk the training so users can spread their learning over time. Better to have a course with 50 lessons 5 minutes each than 4 lessons of 1 hour each.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We have ~1,500 learners (and growing) visiting per year

What does your program receive praise for?

Easy to use, modular courses.
Other important information that may help you grow your SaaS business:

Customer support videos – Customer support is probably the most neglected aspect of SaaS businesses. It helps in enhancing customer experience and increasing customer satisfaction. Customer support videos are created at a one-time cost and help in saving money and resources and help in drastically reducing customer support tickets.

Remote video testimonials – Build trust using 100% remotely created testimonial videos, it is a social proof of value addition. They are the most effective as the best marketing is proof! A final version of remote video testimonials can be created in as quickly as 10-12 days.

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Cloudradial Academy Overview

CloudRadial delivers the complete set of tools you need to bring order out of the chaos of service delivery.

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What are your favorite tools and gear?

Camtasia for screencapping, Yeti mic for voiceovers

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Leaving spaces to edit in additional content allows for the courses to remain dynamic without needing to change up the whole course. Ex: Adding a new feature to software? I can inject it between two talking points to make it seem like it was always there.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

We have ~1,300 learners (and growing) visiting per year

What does your program receive praise for?

Easy to understand the content, extremely thorough, easy to navigate

BombBomb Academy Overview

Builds better business relationships with video messaging

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Who do you take inspiration from?

Brene Brown. Since BombBomb is a human-centred Communication company we are inspired by touching base with people at a real relational level. Her ability to name and put words to deeper feelings definitely inspires our approach to training.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

Stories. You have to connect on a deeper emotional level than just facts and lists. You have to bring in stories.

What does your program receive praise for?

Tying technical know-how within the platform underneath a deeper business purpose for the client.

Techsmith Academy Overview

TechSmith screen capture software and solutions are perfect for anyone who wants to create and share images and videos for better training.

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How old is the Academy?

3 years (Launched April 2018)

What are your favorite tools and gear?

We use a number of tools in our content creation – key players are TechSmith Camtasia and Snagit. We use a variety of other tools, depending on the project, including Canva, Adobe Creative Suite.

Physical Gear:

  • A variety of Cameras – Canon D5, Panasonic G5, Sony A6400 (16mm lens)
  • A variety of microphones: Blue Yeti Microphone, Audio-Technica AT875R, Behringer mixers.
  • A variety of lights: RBG LED Photography Lighting Pixel 2 Packs, Keno Flow Diva-lite LED 20 DMX.

Who do you take inspiration from?

A variety of sources for videos: Alton Brown (He’s a Chef that’s done a lot of TV shows – check out Good Eats), Nick Nimmin (YouTube), Pixar 22 story points, LinkedIn Learning, and a ton of other video creators.

Academy designs – HubSpot Academy, Asana Academy, YouTube Academy, and many other sites that aren’t academies, but make awesome learning content.

Biggest lesson learned creating video content for Academy?

The biggest lesson is that there are a lot of types of video that can work, and you have to pick the one that is going to best serve the needs of customers. It doesn’t all have to be super high quality, use the quality that allows you to convey your message, and make people successful.

How many students go through the Academy per year?

20k (and growing)

What does your program receive praise for?

We believe TechSmith Academy has helped people feel more confident in using video and images and our tools before they purchase, and we see strong data showing that those who use the Academy go on to purchase our tools. In addition here are some direct quotes from our customers:

“I found them extremely effective because they focus directly on the topic they are intended and very clearly explained. Very useful the form of videos but useful as well the written guides!!”

“For a brand new user, these are EXTREMELY valuable. I have recommended the Academy to coworkers using your software.”

“Techsmith brings the impossible to possible. The courses are well designed, extremely informative, brings you from 0 to 10 in a matter of no time.”

“The courses mean the difference in trying to figure how to do something for hours, or to learn how to do it correctly the first time! WIN-WIN!!”

And finally, “[TechSmith Academy] is more than worth the time.”

Other important information that may help you grow your SaaS business:

  • Customer support videos – Customer support is probably the most neglected aspect of SaaS businesses. It helps in enhancing customer experience and increasing customer satisfaction. Customer support videos are created at a one-time cost and help in saving money and resources and help in drastically reducing customer support tickets.
  • Remote video testimonials – Build trust using 100% remotely created testimonial videos, it is a social proof of value addition. They are the most effective as the best marketing is proof! A final version of remote video testimonials can be created in as quickly as 10-12 days.

Teachable Academy Overview

Create and sell online courses and coaching services with the best online business platform used by the entrepreneurs

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PandaDoc Academy Overview

PandaDoc is an all-in-one document automation solution with advanced capabilities, but simple and easy to use for teams of all sizes.

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Amplitude Academy Overview

Digital Optimization System that helps every business optimize the business value of digital product innovation.

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Zapier Academy Overview

Connect your apps and automate workflows.

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Zenefits Academy Overview

Streamline onboarding, benefits, payroll, PTO, and more with our simple, intuitive platform.

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Coda Academy Overview

No more messy folders or file names. No more hours wasted searching for your docs.

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Later Academy Overview

Level up your social media marketing strategy. Schedule, plan, engage & grow.

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Clickup Academy Overview

One app to replace them all.

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Mixpanel Academy Overview

Powerful, self-serve product analytics to help you convert, engage, and retain more users.

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Leadfeeder Academy Overview

Leadfeeder shows you the companies visiting your website, how they found you and what they’re interested in.

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Webflow Academy Overview

The modern way to build for the web.

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Slidebean Academy Overview

AI-powered online presentation tools

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Surfer Academy Overview

Cloud-based on-page optimization tool that allows you to analyze and compare your own pages against what currently ranks in the SERPs

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RevealBot Academy Overview

Achieve higher profitably with intelligent ad automation.

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Datagran Academy Overview

Datagran brings the ML world with the Business world together effortlessly, so that you can focus on what’s important.

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Ahrefs Academy Overview

Optimize your website and get more traffic from Google.

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Moz Academy Overview

Boost your rankings & search engine visibility.

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