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Skilljar is an online training platform that allows companies to create training courses that can be used for employee training, customer onboarding, and product adoption. Skilljar has published ten ebooks about launching a Learning Management System (LMS), creating a customer success team, and the benefits of on-demand customer onboarding.


Skilljar was founded in 2013 in Seattle, Washington. It was co-founded by Sandi Lin and Jason Stewart.[1]

Skilljar began accepting Bitcoin currency in 2014, becoming one of the first online education platforms to accept digital currency.[2]

In September 2016, Skilljar announced that it had launched a new Business Intelligence Connector, which enables companies to analyze customer certification and training data using powerful business intelligence tools.[3] This tool supplements the pre-existing course analytics tools including per-student reporting, aggregate and individual quiz responses, and course completion summaries.

Skilljar joined the Microsoft Azure Marketplace in February of 2016.[4]

Awards and Ratings


Skilljar's total equity funding is approximately $3.7 million.[5] Skilljar raised $2.6 million in the month of September 2015.[6][7]


External Links

Official Skilljar Website

Skilljar eBooks