Over 350 customers
have accounts in BoldU.
Over 2800 learners
registered on the platform
Over 500 Guides
tutorials, and elearning
Bold Group has always understood the value of user support. Genius, BoldTalk, Lunch with Manitou, Bold’s YouTube channel, have all played key roles in user development over the years but BoldU takes automation software training it to an entirely new level!Chris Newhook of American Alarm
BoldU has proven its value to us time and again as a powerful and well-designed, learning environment offering a host of centralized resources to our Manitou users at every level. BoldU is the personification of Bold Group’s ceaseless commitment to innovation and growth of the user experience. We started as a Level III BoldU user as soon as the “university “ opened its gates and quickly decided to move up to Level IV. We have never looked back! BoldU serves as a fundamental tool in American Alarm’s Central Station Operator training program. Through products like BoldU, Bold Group continues its course as a vanguard in monitoring automation software for our our industry.
BoldU has always been a helpful source for information. We currently only have access to Level 1, but hope to be able to experience the other Levels. It’s the first place I go when I need some help.Kim Stambaugh of Seacoast Security
BoldU has been a great tool to use within our company. As Level IV users of BoldU, we can provide effective and efficient training to both new and senior operators. The training courses that are available as well as instructor-based courses are just phenomenal. The access to YouTube videos as well as Coffee with Manitou gives you an experience above all others. Bold Group provides excellent support and they have showed us time and time again their commitment to make training in the Alarm industry the best it can possibly be.Kellie Holmes of Hunter Security, Inc.
BoldU is not just a great refresher tool for our current operators but we’ve also incorporated it in our new operator training curriculum. We like that it is broken down into courses, this allows us to pick and choose the course we want the new operator to take rather than having them take each course all at once and get confused. Then we can take the time to explain in further detail what it is they learned and how we use the tools.Teri Aunspaugh of The Central Dispatch Center
Level 2: Having recorded how-to videos with knowledge checks available provides a very consistent training option for new operators. It’s also been a great resource for experienced operators to ‘brush up’ on skills they haven’t used in a while. Level 3: Great option for people who learn best with an interactive component. Being able to bounce ideas off of other learners in group forums was a novel experience for CS trainingJenna Campbell of Seacoast Security