In this time of distance, it’s crucial that people still take the initiative to learn and allow those who want to share their knowledge to be able to do so through an accessible platform. This could be one of the ways to promote a sense of community while supporting professionals with their vocational training. The Paris startup SCORF aims to help individuals and organizations enter the world of training with their technology dedicated to promoting education.
SCORF takes pride in its service that helps educators manage their administrative tasks and customers through their unique software. They would not need to stress over other matters, being able to focus on their teaching. The team behind SCORF makes sure that they are also on top of financial management and processing other important documents. Their offering is perfect for anyone whether they are freelancing as a trainer, selling training courses, or creating a training center. All they need to do is to mind their main job.
Their service offerings allow trainers to pursue their craft without breaking the bank. They are considered SCORF partners, only having to pay a 10% fee of the budget to manage all activities. As SCORF takes care of all customer service and administration, individuals get to do what they want while preserving 90% of the whole business. “Joining SCORF means benefiting from the power of a national cooperative while preserving total independence,” said Founder Jean-Christophe Bonicard. He is ranked among the 100 best start-ups in France of Challenges magazine, having raised his companies as industry leaders.
Today, SCORF continues to grow from more than 2,000 members who comply with the organization’s rules that make it a leading cooperative network in France. It is capable to supervise quality trainers, customize training programs according to individual needs, and secure payments among other things. All these have become possible thanks to the integration of human skillsets and technological advancements. S
SCORF’s unique solution of software as a service (SAAS) and human as a service (HAAS) makes it an excellent training organization, covering QUALOPI certification, easy activity declaration, shared data dock, public funding, and management of constraints. “Mixing software and human is the next big thing for all small and medium companies,” Jean-Christophe added.
Those who are interested in joining their network should visit their website now at https://www.scorf.fr/ and see for themselves how SCORF manages the launch of their members’ activities from A to Z.
SCORF is a cooperative created by two passionate serial entrepreneurs, Jean-Christophe Bonicard and Steve Lauret, who became French leaders in less than two years. Their goal is to support professionals in the maze of vocational training. They currently have over 2,000 trainers and training organizations across France, allowing training to be carried out in all areas: management, marketing, photography, yoga, communication, office automation, software, site creation, and the like.