Lessonly, an Indianapolis-based online corporate training platform, has raised a $15 million Series C funding round led by AXA Venture Partners, with participation from Zendesk, Allos Ventures, Atlas Peak Capital, Rethink Education, and The Yard Ventures, according to a press release.
Founded in 2012, Lessonly offers a platform for teams to learn and practice. It claimed that 3 million learners across more than 1,000 companies, including Trunk Club, Jostens, HelloFresh, and SalesLoft, are using its platform.
Except for Learn and Practice, the existing offerings, the company will launch Assess in mid 2020, which will enable learners to demonstrate proficiency in existing skills and hone those that need improvement, according to Lessonly.
Crunchbase shows that Lessonly has raised a total of $29.1 million to date.