The new tessello site showcases why some of the largest learning organisations in the world are using the system to deliver their in-house learning needs. Clients – including 3M, Tesco Bank and thomsonlocal – are using tessello to meet the needs of their learners – today and tomorrow – for a range of different learning needs, from induction and sales to management training.
tessello's cutting-edge features have been developed with a 'total learning' approach in mind – delivering high levels of engagement from learners while providing organisations with the insight and tools needed to deliver truly effective learning. Harnessing Tin Can technology alongside structured learning paths and social interaction, tessello provides a revolutionary system to power an organisation's learning.
tessello enhances the way people really learn: informally, socially, on the job, and at times and places that suit them. It connects users with valuable and relevant knowledge and know-how as easily as possible, constantly offering them learning they find useful and interesting.
Brightwave unveiled tessello in London at Learning Technologies 2013. A year later tessello version 2.0 was shown for the first time to an enthusiastic public at Learning Technologies 2014. Since January, tessello has continued to achieve commercial success with a number of new business gains and exceptional feedback from clients and learners alike.
Brightwave CEO Charles Gould said:
"This is a really exciting time for Brightwave and the global learning community. tessello makes learning easier, more convenient and more appealing than ever before. At Brightwave we have long championed the view that one-off e-learning courses don't fully meet the needs of today's learners, nor do they exploit the dramatic changes in technology available today and in the future. tessello does."
Caroline Walmsley, Managing Director at Brightwave said:
"tessello engages learners with its interface, ease of use and features that motivate them through reputation, collaboration and cooperation.tessello is one of several products at the heart of Brightwave's strategic agenda that continue to be recognised, respected and adopted globally."
Laura Ward, Head of Marketing said:
"The site's launch is perfectly timed ahead of Brightwave attending DevLearn 2014, the largest learning technologies expo in North America, where we will be taking tessello to a wider global audience. As well as exhibiting, Charles is presenting a session on how new learning technology that makes use of the Tin Can API is delivering more effective learning."