Quandora provides teams with a platform to ask questions, learn, and share knowledge.

Ask Questions, Build Knowledge

Technical teams

Technical people are confronted with unique learning challenges: changing technologies and dispersed team members, all while working in a fast-paced environment. We empower teams to ask questions, share knowledge, and learn on our accessible platform.

Business teams

Share knowledge about issues that matter to you - sales, customers, communication, culture, management - in a way that transcends hierarchy, location, and departmental boundaries. Learn from the experts: your colleagues.

Support Teams

To provide quality service, support teams need internal support themselves. Quandora offers them the platform and the process needed for internal inquiries, all integrated with their help desk tool.

Question & answer format

All learning experiences begin with a question. We give users a platform to ask them.

Customization

Our product. Your way.
Add your logo, colors, styles, and more.

Gamification

We provide users instant recognition and a touch of fun through game dynamics.

integrations

Active Directory, SAML2, Slack, Jira, Yammer, Zendesk, and more.

privacy & security

Advanced access control options available.

analytics

See how engaged your users are in numbers.

We can help you

  • On-boarding guidelines

    Through a set of 2-3 online workshops with key stakeholders in your Q&A project (users, managers, IT), we establish a document with our recommended on-boarding and content organizing strategy for your specific case. Contact us for more.

  • Consulting and development

    In case you need very specific features or integrations in your Quandora domain, our team of experts is available for custom developments. Contact us for more.

  • KB management services

    As you start building knowledge into Quandora, we can offer you ongoing support with ensuring the content’s quality, its organization, its qualification; defining goals and assessing their fulfillment; and adapting the strategy to the observed usage. Contact us for more.

646-535-6735 / sales@quandora.com

From the blog

  • December 1, 2017

    Knowledge Sharing: 8 Tips for Building Confidence at the Workplace

    Andrew Carnegie, one of the most famous industrialists in history once said “The only irreplaceable capital an organization possesses is the knowledge and ability of its people. The productivity of that capital depends on how effectively people share their competence […]

  • November 17, 2017

    Impostor Syndrome in the Tech Industry

    First identified in 1978 by psychologists Pauline Clance and Suzanne Imes, impostor syndrome is now a recognized phenomenon. Also, philosopher Betrand Russel has dubbed it a real mind-trap, preventing people from believing in themselves, to the detriment of many others. […]

  • November 3, 2017

    Scalable Learning: 5 Ways to Help Employees Create Knowledge

    Short history of knowledge management Over the years, management theorists such as Peter Drucker, Paul Strassmann and Peter Senge have contributed to the significant evolution of knowledge management. By the mid-80s, the importance of this concept as an organizational resource […]

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