Can Rise be purchased separately?
I work in a training company and we would definitely buy several stand-alone licenses of Rise, if available!!
We have a few team 360 licenses and work with both Storyline and Rise, but many of our trainers could easily use and work independently in Rise for their training purpose - but not in Storyline. Many of our trainers even request Rise, so if a single license was available, it would be VERY interesting for us.
Please forward this request to your salesteam from MANY of your Rise users :-)
I'm on team Dorte on this one! If a separate Rise account was available, I would happily buy at least two seats for it and keep my own 360 package for more complex Storyline courses. Please consider it, Articulate team!
I just attended the DevLearn conference and Rise.com is the new standalone Rise product - read more here - it's subscription based monthly or annual and is an end to end product.
A simple, all-in-one system to manage your trainingEmpower your team with the knowledge they need, when they need it. Rise makes it simple to deliver and manage training, and analyze learner engagement.
That is good news! Thanks a lot for sharing the information, Wendy :-)
But Articulate, we still need annual/monthly plans for smaller companies 1-10 people - similar to a single 360 package lincense, but only including Rise. We are not near 100 people in our company (the smallest Rise package), so this would not fit our needs :-(
PLEASE forward a need for a single Rise license to your Articulate team!!
Hi Dorte! Thanks for checking out Rise.com.
A plan with Rise.com would include all of the people you wanted to have in the learning process, including course authors, learners, and admins! At this time, Articulate won't be offering authoring licenses that include only Rise 360.
Just an update to this thread - it looks like Rise is available as a standalone product now - not sure if it's through Articulate or not, as it just says "Rise", and you pay based on team size, starting at $400 per month for up to 100 people. Which is only 4/month per user if you actually have 100 people. Weird pricing model, definitely looks like the same Rise as Articulate Rise, but looks to have some kind of LMS built in as well.
I saw that too. The integration is a nice idea but I can't even consider it until they make Rise accessible. Articulate is way behind on this and already expecting to have to rebuild anything in Rise toward the end of this year if they are on track to meet their announcement to make Rise accessible by the end of this year.
I'd like to chime in with a request for separating Rise from the Articulate 360 package.
Is there a subscription possibility for Rise product alone?
Rise.com has Rise as a Combo with LMS
Rise.com is an all-in-one online training system that gives you one place to create, track, manage, and analyze your training. Rise.com includes all the authoring functionality from Rise 360, plus a library of pre-built lessons on common business topics and sample courses. Once you’ve created a course, you can enroll learners, track their progress, and analyze training effectiveness—all within Rise.com.
In short, Rise 360 lets you create courses only. Rise.com lets you create, distribute, track, and analyze courses.
If you have more questions about which product is right for you, reach out to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thank you Alyssa for the details.
I would agree with Christian to have separate licenses for Rise. Our learning department is very dynamic. We have designers and learning leaders. The designers make the content but our leader leaders do want the ability to go in and edit the content we create, mainly wording.we do use review a lot but it slows the process when I'm creating/ editing several courses. It is more valuable for the courses for me to spend my time making highly engaging content that are inserted into the course via storyline(games and interactive pieces).
The courses I'm currently working on require many updates because we are mimicking processes and systems that our IT department are working on. So to save me time and keep up it would be helpful if the leader leaders had access to change the rise course on the fly while continue make the interactive pieces.
It sounds like your organization needs Articulate 360 Teams! This means that each designer and learning leader would have their own Rise 360 account. You can also collaborate on projects with other members of your team.
Check out this article collection for all the details on Articulate 360 Teams!
Hi there....just wondering if a team articulate 360 account also includes the use of rise.com as the LMS?? Or does rise.com need a separate subscription?
Hi Charlotte!Rise.com is a separate standalone product. This is not included in the Articulate 360 subscription.
Hello - hoping to resurrect this thread.
I understand that Rise.com is a separate standalone product, which may be ideal for our team of content authors.
Question: our L&D team (separate to authors) already have articulate 360. If content is created using Rise.com, can our L&D team use tools in articulate 360 to edit Rise.com-created content, if needed?
It's unlikely that we can justify getting additional seats for articulate 360 for the content authors as it would be overkill (they only need Rise 360 functionality).
Thanks very much.
Hi, Fareez! Thanks for chiming in.
Rise.com is an all-in-one solution that includes all the authoring functionality from Rise 360, and gives you a place to host your training, track learner progress, and analyze training effectiveness. If your content authors are creating courses for specific groups of learners (departments, external users, etc), and the content doesn’t need to be hosted in an LMS, Rise.com is the perfect option.
Right now, we don’t have any plans to offer Rise 360 as a standalone authoring tool.
If you are using both Articulate 360 and Rise.com, you can transfer courses from Rise 360 to Rise.com. However, it isn’t possible the other way around.
If you have more questions about Rise.com, please feel free reach out to our Rise specialists here
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So does this mean that courses created in Rise.com can ONLY be hosted in Rise.com, and cannot be published to an external LMS?
That is correct, Kevin! If you need to publish to an external LMS then Rise 360 (part of the Articulate 360 suite) is the best option.