Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a global learning pioneer, has won Gold and Silver at the Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Technology Awards. The wins bring the company’s impressive awards tally to 11 in 2017. Earlier in the year, TIS had bagged 6 wins at the Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Learning awards.
TIS was also ranked among the Top 20 Gamifications Companies, Top 20 Content Development Companies, and Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies this year.
“We are thrilled to find our name among the best in the learning industry, as adjudged by the Brandon Hall Group – a gold standard of awards for the learning industry. Both the winning solutions are highly representative of the cutting-edge, high-quality products we offer our clients. Innovation is more than just a buzzword - it is an integral part of how we create our products,” says Saurabh Mittal, Chief Operating Officer of Tata Interactive Systems.
Here are details of the winning solutions:
Best Advance in Content Management Technology
- Gold: Developed for UnitedHealthcare, this innovative content management solution enables content tagging with great depth and granularity.
Best Advance in Gaming and Simulation Technology
- Silver: This innovative game-based solution for Royal Dutch Shell reinforces the steps and risks to be addressed when executing an opportunity.
The Technology award winners were selected based on the criteria of solution design, functionality, usability, innovation, and measurable impact. “Human capital management is evolving faster than at any time in its history, and it is powered by innovative technology developed and implemented by organizations big and small,” said Rachel Cooke, Chief Operating Officer of Brandon Hall Group and head of the awards program. “The technology innovators who won Excellence Awards this year were focused on providing users with a better overall experience.”
Mike Cooke, Chief Executive Officer of Brandon Hall Group, said, “Our technology award winners are truly outstanding and set a high bar for others. We have learned a great deal from what they have accomplished.”