Andy White
Area Sales Manager

Cancel your next training, immediately

Cancel your next training, immediately

Scenario: You have a training scheduled, and after it's over you can "check the box" on providing professional development and training for your people, right?

And as expected, you've spent time diligently: Get your employees engaged now!

  • Assessing the knowledge gaps of your staff
  • Ensuring the training content was curated and tailored accordingly
  • Came up with a post training plan, to provide what all humans need, "spaced repetition" that is also engaging so the content sinks in
  • Set up your dashboards and reports so you can track the utilization and performance as well as interact and communicate real-time.


Most of us simply don't think to, or are not capable of such diligence in training our staff because of substandard technology and/ or band-width. gives you a simple solution to ALL of the above.

Now, here is a list of common excuses (Not to activate Trivie) with their retorts for you to consider:

  1. It costs too much, and we just don't have the budget
  2. It's only $10-15 per employee per year (Think how much you're already spending on ineffective training per employee per year)
  3. We don't have the time to evaluate
  4. There are free trials available and video (we keep things simple)
  5. It's too complex to set up and manage
  6. Most Clients are up and running in a day, and have a dedicated Customer Success Manager to assist (when/ if needed) ....and most of our Clients rarely/ if ever need us! We offer an intuitive self-service platform , that's very simple to access, use, and manage.
  7. It's really just not a priority at this time
  8. According to recent studies by ATD (Association of Talent Development), we spend an average of $1229.00/ per year/ per employee on learning. Ebbinghaus curve proves we only retain 15-20% of what we learn without more engaging spaced repetition. If losing $.80 to the $1 in any area of business isn't a priority, then what is?

Learning success

Stop the natural forgetting, recapture lost knowledge, and turn training into learning.