CIOs & CTOs to get a leg up with Pluralsight’s new product features

Pluralsight claims that the new features allow CIOs, CTOs, and engineering leaders to understand the technical aptitude of their teams

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Pluralsight, an enterprise technology learning platform, today announced a new set of product features for its enterprise customers. The company claims that the new features would allow CIOs, CTOs, and engineering leaders to understand the technical aptitude of their teams, align learning to business objectives and reach breakthrough moments faster.

“CIOs, CTOs and their teams are under increasing pressure to deliver the next big innovation, and the growing technology skills gap is their biggest obstacle to success. Our new enterprise features will help them combat the skills gap, learn and adopt the most critical technologies faster and gain a competitive edge,” said Aaron Skonnard, CEO and Co-founder of Pluralsight.

New features include:

Skill Analytics – enables CIOs, CTOs and technology leaders to quantify and deeply understand the strengths and weaknesses of their team’s digital skill sets, and gives visibility into popular subjects they may want to consider as part of their digital strategies.

Channels – allows technology leaders to build and share customized learning tracks that help their teams learn the mission-critical skills required to execute proficiently and meet business objectives.

Mentoring for enterprise – empowers enterprise tech teams to get live help from an expert mentor via video chat, bi-directional screen sharing, and messaging through the technology learning platform.

According to Pluralsight, more than 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies rely on it to enable technology leaders and teams to keep up with the pace of technological change and deliver key innovations on time, on budget, and securely. Through its platform, the company aims to empower technology leaders and their teams to learn directly from world-renowned industry experts on the most important trending topics like cybersecurity, big data, cloud, and AI.

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