Fuse’s position as a Core Leader on this year’s grid - researched and produced by Fosway Group - is testament to the company’s strong suite of learning tech capabilities, and demonstrable track record in enterprise wins, customer delivery, and customer advocacy.
Fuse is a social and collaborative learning platform that helps enterprise customers to transition from course-centric learning to continuous learning, in context, and in the flow of work. As a platform, Fuse is designed to actively engage learners in a cycle of participation, practice, feedback, and application - an approach that is delivering tangible business benefits for the company’s 120 customers around the world.
The Fuse platform distinguishes itself on six key market differentiators:
- Personalised search and 24/7 access to better and core knowledge
- Smart personalisation that delivers content in context and at the point of need
- Collaboration functionalities that build learner confidence and support ongoing skills development
- Social learning functionalities that connect the learner with subject matter experts and enable access to tacit knowledge
- Performance enablement in the flow of work
- Universal analytics that support a deeper understanding for driving learner engagement
Commenting on the company’s latest 9-Grid™ position, Luke Oubridge, CEO at Fuse, said: “We’re delighted to see that Fuse has once again been named as an industry Core Leader. The past year has provided the ultimate catalyst for digital transformation, and as a team, we’re really proud to be serving the needs of our customers and supporting their continued success - both here and now, and into the future.
Oubridge continued: “The Fuse platform resonates because it aligns with how people actually learn - by having access to knowledge, being able to collaborate with peers and subject matter experts, and learning in context and in the flow of work. That’s very much the Fuse philosophy - and for the countless customers who rely on our technology to help them continually adapt and reskill, it’s testament to the value we’re delivering.”
Oubridge concluded: “We’re starting 2021 in a very strong position and we have some ambitious plans for the year ahead as we hone our efforts into product development and further expand our footprint in the US.”
David Wilson, CEO of Fosway Group, said: “Fuse’s origins as a disruptive specialist in social and video learning, have now been built out to form a modern Learning Suite. Its position as a Core Leader in our analysis reflects increasing focus on customer success as well as investment in innovation and engaging with larger enterprise organisations.”
The full Fosway 9-Grid™ Learning Systems report is now available online: http://www.fosway.com/9-grid