Governor Eric J. Holcomb joined executives of Lessonly, a leader in online training software, today as the company announced plans to expand its headquarters in Indianapolis, with plans to more-than-double its team and create up to 102 new, high-wage jobs by 2020.

Co-founded in 2012 by Max Yoder, the company’s chief executive officer, Lessonly develops powerfully simple training software that helps sales and support teams do better work. Lessonly’s software makes it easy to create lessons in minutes, and deliver customized training to employees about essential job functions. The company has experienced rapid growth, and helps drive employee productivity and performance for over one million learners at more than 500 companies – including NBC News, Trunk Club, Ibotta, and Thumbtack.