Fuse Universal has once again been shortlisted for the Learning Technologies Awards. This award ceremony is held yearly at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, and is one of the most prestigious in its field. Judged by an independent panel of 40 experts, with 150 shortlisted entries from all around the world, the Learning Technologies awards are particularly inspiring for the learning companies. This is because they reward the idealism intrinsic to innovation, but only when they can prove its alignment with sturdy performance.
Last year with 4 submissions, Fuse was awarded three silver medals in the following categories: Best use of Mobile learning, Best online distance learning programme, and Best LMS implementation categories.
This year, Fuse is shortlisted for the Best enterprise learning platform implementation, a very exciting category which focused on both inherent product quality and the ability to align with client's’ needs, in order to execute a smooth transition from traditional LMS.
Fuse Universal, along with Utility Warehouse, a multi-utility provider based in London, has achieved exceptional and interesting results, which caught the eye of a strict panel, electing the “most hard-fought short list of companies”.
However, the metrics of success are always very subjective, and can be tricky to define.
What is good, and what is great?
Without a shadow of a doubt, the results clearly show what great looks like. Since implementing Fuse, a social and workplace learning system at Utility Warehouse, learning technology is now being seen as a value added to their business (20,000 extra sales days a year) and engagement has skyrocketed, as Fuse has increased the usability of the platform by 10,000%.