In yet another endorsement of the quality of its mobile-led next-gen learning solution, Teach on Mars has again been selected for the Learning and Performance Institute’s Top 15 Learning Technology Providers List, which was announced in London last October 8. This is the second year running that the European mobile learning leader has received this prestigious accolade, twelve months after gatecrashing the chart at its very first attempt in October 2018.
A global reference for technology and service
The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) is the UK’s premier industry organisation dedicated to furthering and promoting workplace learning. In the final quarter of each year, it publishes a list of the 15 learning technology providers who performed the best in their annual accreditation process. For the companies selected, a place in the list means they were singled out from literally hundreds of organisational learning providers from all over the world as having shown exceptional performance above and beyond that of the competition in areas such as Client Value Proposition, Technology Offer, Consulting Capability, Quality Management, Product Roadmap and People Development. For prospective and existing customers, seeing that a company has made the Top 15 Highest Performing Learning Technology Providers is their guarantee that they are dealing with a trusted business partner with a proven track record of delivering highest-quality service and the best user experience. Just as importantly, clients seek out members of the LPI’s list for their capacity for innovation, their commitment to L&D-related research and development, the quality of their vision and their readiness to challenge existing paradigms and contribute to the enrichment of the new organisational learning landscape.
Gathering pace in the UK…
Confirmation that Teach on Mars remains in the LPI Top 15 list for 2019 comes after a hectic period of development during which the red-and-white rocket has cemented its place as a genuine player in the highly competitive UK EdTech space. Earlier in the year, Teach on Mars won a coveted Bronze Award in the Digital Transformation category of the highly prestigious LPI learning Awards. This prize, which was won in association with Acqua di Parma from the LVMH Group for work on the wildly successful YellowYou mobile learning app project, saw Teach on Mars seeing off competition from some of the biggest names in global L&D. And it has just been announced that Teach on Mars is a Finalist again in the 2020 edition of the LPI Awards, this time in the Learning Technologies category, and in association with Parfums Christian Dior (again, from the LVMH Group). Fingers are crossed that the company will be on the podium again when the results are announced next February.
…and much more to come
What’s more, the Sophia-Antipolis outfit shows no signs of easing up the pace just yet. October 2019 also saw the release of Callisto, the latest release of the Teach on Mars and almost certainly the most significant in the company’s history. This new version of the mobile-led solution places individuals and the personal, human connections between them at the very heart of the learning ecosystem. For the very first time, social functionality is integrated within the app, and a revolutionary in-app mobile Manager Dashboard also makes its debut. In addition, Callisto sees Teach on Mars taking the lead in the key development area of data-driven learning, with AI algorithms and connection to business intelligence tools breaking new ground for workplace solutions in terms of relevance, personalisation and business impact.
Look out for more exciting news in the weeks ahead. And if you’d like to know more about the Callisto release or any other aspect of Life on Mars, drop us a note at email@example.com.
You can download the LPI Top 15 Highest Performing Learning Technology Providers eBook here.