Kallidus Wins Silver Learning Provider of the Year Award
Cirencester, UK, 6 February 2018: Kallidus, an award-winning provider of learning and talent management solutions, has secured the Silver Learning Award in the most prestigious category of the awards - Learning Provider of the Year - against strong competition.
The Learning Awards are the L&D sector’s premier awards ceremony. Organised by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI), the awards recognise outstanding achievement, best practice and excellence in corporate learning and performance.
Key criteria for the Learning Provider of the Year category are the ability to demonstrate innovation, consistent high quality and business impact. The judges praised Kallidus’ expertise in developing immersive digital learning solutions and its focus on continuous improvement and significant success in raising the bar in learner experience with its already award-winning Learning Management System, Kallidus Learn. The Award Book of the Night said: “Kallidus has built its 3D simulation capability to impressive levels providing a degree of authenticity that enables digital learning to be truly credible with customer workforces. The use of both 3D images generated in Unity combined with real images was some of the best simulation work the judges have seen.”
Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus said: “I am delighted that Kallidus has won this highly coveted industry award. It’s a real honour to take home Silver given how stiff the competition was this year with finalists selected from a truly global pool of entries. The award is testament to our talented team and our focus on working collaboratively with clients to deliver innovative solutions with outstanding results and amazing customer service.”
The award win follows Kallidus’ recent success at the highly esteemed UXUK Awards where the company won the ‘Best Learning Experience’ award for Kallidus Learn competing alongside brands including The National Trust, BT TV, Warner Brothers and the V&A Museum.
The Learning and Performance Institute assembled a collection of highly-experienced industry figures to form the independent judging panel, chaired by Charles Jennings, Nigel Pain, Cathy Hoy, Susan Bradshaw and others, who combed through hundreds of submissions to select the very best. Popular British television presenter, Tess Daly, hosted the event, which took place at the 5-star Dorchester Hotel, on London’s Park Lane.
Further information on the Learning Awards can be found on the Awards website: https://www.thelpi.org/events-2/learning-awards/