Redware joins Towards Maturity’s 21 strong Ambassador Programme

by | Sep 24, 2012 | Articles, Press Release

A market leader in learning solutions, Redware has joined Towards Maturity’s prestigious Ambassador Programme.

With learning platforms designed to give customers best in class learning and devlopment tools to help a workforce thrive, Redware are making significant advances in changing the way companies across the globe operate.

Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme is made up of 21 leading learning specialist companies. They work together as ambassadors for change, identifying and improving good practices, raising awareness and driving the whole learning industry forward. They also share a common passion for ensuring that independent advice is freely available to all.

Commenting on joining the Towards Maturity’s Ambassdor Programme, Andre Wigley, Redware CEO  said, “Joining the programme is a significant and exciting move for us and we look forward to sharing information and best practice as well as taking part in market research – it supports our ongoing commitment to working in a way that is truly revolutionary”.

Towards Maturity’s annual benchmark study is the largest international online learning technology benchmark study, highlighting effective learning practices from top performing companies  around the globe.  It provides its participants with personalised benchmark reports to help them improve the impact of learning technologies in their organisations.  Both the study and personalised benchmark reports are free thanks to the Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme.

The main benchmark report from the study will be launched on the 22nd of November in a joint webinar with the UK’s Learning and Skills Group. On the same day it will also be available to download for free from Towards Maturity’s online shop.

The study analyses how organisations’ learning strategies are responding to uncertain economic times, including how this climate is affecting budgets, technology changes and the building of talent. It will also reveal the impact learning technologies are having in organisations of different sizes and sectors. Furthermore it will uncover the hype verses the reality of learning technology trends, whilst detailing drivers, barriers and benefits.

Laura Overton, Managing Director of Towards Maturity said, “Our studies are highlighting how mobile learning is growing steadily and becoming established as a mainstream technology for learning. Redware, a market leader in mobile platforms, is a valuable additional to our unrivaled Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme. I’m delighted they have joined.”

The Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme includes the following founding ambassadors Brightwave, Epic, GlobalEnglish, LINE Communications, The Corporate eLearning Consortium, successfactors, Redtray and The Charity Learning Consortium, plus CERTPOINT Systems, Speexx, Fusion-Universal, Acteon, learndirect, Toolwire, Kallidus,  QA, Ontuitive, MindLeaders, Upside Learning, IMC and Redware.

For more information on joining the Towards Maturity Ambassador Programme please email [email protected]

About Redware

As a market leader in learning solutions, Redware are revolutionising the way we do business through learning management systems with a difference.  Designed to get the most out of the user experience, their platforms empower organisations to learn in a way that’s flexible and creates engaging learning journeys.

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