Avon - the original direct-to-customer beauty giant, was recognised in the category of ‘Best Use of Social and Collaborative Learning Technologies’, and Medivet - a community of veterinarians dedicated to exceptional pet care - was shortlisted alongside Fuse for ‘Learning Technologies Team of the Year’.
The Learning Technologies Awards, now in its fifth year, is committed to rewarding excellence in Learning Technologies and eLearning and is the biggest awards programme of its kind in the UK.
Commenting on the industry recognition, Luke Oubridge, CEO at Fuse, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to see our customers, Avon and Medivet, recognised in this way. By rejecting traditional or rigid learning systems in favour of Fuse’s learning platform, these companies have drawn a line in the sand and put an end to control-based, course-centric learning. Their people are now far more actively engaged in learning for the benefit of work and the tangible business results speak for themselves.
Oubridge continued: “We’re on a mission to blow legacy learning platforms and approaches out of the water and together with pioneering customers like Avon and Medivet, we’re making a real difference. It’s wonderful to be recognised for our collective achievements.”
Echoing Oubridge’s comments, Darren Shurmer, Head of Digital Learning at Medivet, said: “We are very proud to be shortlisted for ‘Learning Technologies Team of the Year’. Both Medivet and Fuse worked incredibly hard to launch a user-friendly, content-rich and engaging learning experience platform to 3,200 users within just 50 days.”