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Salesforce makes learning platform myTrailhead available

Salesforce makes learning platform myTrailhead available

Salesforce has made its myTrailhead learning platform available worldwide. It claims that the platform can help organisations to create a “learning culture”. Chief product officer Bret Taylor describes the platform as one that creates a cycle of retraining and retraining of employees in an organization.

“Think of the impact you can have in building a learning culture within your company,” Taylor said to ZDNet. “When I talk to CEOs about the challenges of deploying all these new technologies and the challenges of digital transformation, they often have to admit that technology is not their biggest problem. The biggest problem is culture.”

Taylor believes that myTrailhead creates a learning culture within a company, enabling the entire company to “find its technological vision. The platform allows companies to combine Trailhead – Salesforce’s personal learning cloud – with their own brand, voice and tone in just “a few clicks”.


The setup allows companies to use existing content, such as videos and presentations, create new own content or use the public Trailhead content to create their own learning experience. The content is available on both desktop and mobile. myTrailhead includes employee onboarding, as well as retraining and retraining. There is a library with over 500 modules for this, including technical skills such as Blockchain Basics and soft skills such as Cultivating Equality at Work.

Managers can also see what an employee is doing on the platform via Trail Tracker, which allocates, tracks and reports on employee status.

MyTrailhead costs $25 per user per month, and is available as an add-on to any Sales Cloud, Service Cloud or Platform license in the Enterprise Edition or higher. “Business leaders recognize that investing in their people and building a deep learning culture is a key strategy to grow their business,” said EVP of developer relations and GM of Trailhead at Salesforce Sarah Franklin.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.