Waterloo, ON (CA), February 2019 - Axonify, one of the world’s leading corporate microlearning platforms, has announced its expansion into the UK market with strategic new hires. Joining Christine Tutssel, Founder and SVP of Strategic Initiatives, Axonify will now have a direct presence in the UK to focus on expansion and supporting clients in this important market.
In 2018, Axonify hit new company milestones, including a 36 percent increase in revenue growth. Critical to the organization’s momentum was a broader entry into the retail and manufacturing markets and partnering with new and existing clients like BT Consumer (British Telecom) and John Lewis, among others.
"Axonify is committed to helping organizations ensure their employees remember to do the things that matter most to the business," said Christine Tutssel. "By expanding our UK presence, Axonify will be able to support our growing list of customers as they transform a few short minutes a day of employee learning into long-term business success."
Axonify has also made key advancements in its microlearning platform, including the launch of Axonify Impact™, a built-in learning attribution engine that uses big data to help organizations measure how learning drives business results. As a result of continued product innovation and successful customer business impact, Axonify made a big move on the 2019 Fosway 9-Grid™ for learning systems.
David Wilson, CEO of Fosway, said, "Axonify's continued growth and focus on the European market sees it advance in this year's analysis to the Solid Performer zone. Meanwhile its ongoing innovation and commitment to next-gen learning guarantee its classification as an NGLE. With its further expansion into the UK market confirmed, it will be an interesting year ahead for Axonify and its growing customer base."
At Learning Technologies, a leading European showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work, Tutssel and Jasha Fletcher, Head of Learning Solutions and Architecture at BT Consumer, will discuss how BT was able to improve customer satisfaction through training while reducing onboarding time, repeat customer calls, and handling time.