News: Netex wins Bronze at the 2020 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards in Technology

Netex wins Bronze at the 2020 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards in Technology

Netex, leader in the Learning Technologies sector, won a coveted Brandon Hall Group Bronze Award for Excellence in the Best Advance in Mobile Learning Technology category. Netex’s win was announced on December 10, 2020.

Winners

Our Next-Generation LMS learningCloud, also Bronze Winner of Brandon Hall’s Best Advance in Learning Management Technology Award 2019, has been designed with a mobile-first approach, focusing on the ability to design and develop content for mobile consumption, seamless user experience across devices and iterative delivery to avoid cognitive overload. The result was learningCloud’s native mobile app has consumer-grade user experience and allows L&D departments to successfully implement Mobile Learning helping learners learn anytime, anywhere. learningCloud’s mobile app is available on App Store and Google Play.

A key factor for this achievement is learningCloud project with Banco Santander Mexico and their successful experience with Academia MX. With more than 19,000 employees in Mexico, Santander’s challenges regarding the training of products, services and regulatory compliance raise the need to renew their strategies, adopt efficient practices and implement tools capable of providing flexibility and adaptability. In 2018, L&D leaders decided to change that and create an innovative learning strategy focused on a learning culture aligned to business requirements and learner behaviour. They chose learningCloud, which contributed to helping Academia MX of Santander Bank to achieve their organisational goals.

Presently, users enrolled on the platform include 83% of the total internal employees and around 60% of external employees. The average satisfaction rating by March 2020 was 4.8 out of 5.

A panel of veteran, independent senior industry experts, and Brandon Hall Group senior analysts and executives evaluated the entries based upon the following criteria:

  • Product: What was the product’s breakthrough innovation?
  • Unique Differentiators: What makes the product unique and how does it differ from any competing products?
  • Value Proposition: What problem does the product solve and/or what need does this product address?
  • Measurable Results: What are the benefits customers can expect to experience as a result of using this product?

Winners of Excellence in Technology Awards are critical drivers of their organisations’ success, especially in these disruptive times. Their solutions resulted in substantial benefit to their business and the human capital management function. That is the ultimate differentiator: the positive business impact of technology

Rachel Cooke
Brandon Hall Group Chief Operating Officer and Awards Program Head

The Excellence Award in Technology also emphasizes the value of collaboration between HCM leaders, business leaders and technology developers. To win, everyone must work together to meet the needs of all stakeholders, especially the end-users. Technology Award winners met this challenge and created value for everyone

Mike Cooke
Brandon Hall Group Chief Executive Officer