Qstream, the global leader in microlearning technology, announced Aragon Research has positioned the company as an Innovator in its 2021 Globe for Corporate Learning for the second year in a row. Qstream brings an innovative, modernized, and science-based approach to how knowledge is delivered to a hybrid workforce that is proven to increase engagement, knowledge retention, and performance.
“We’re proud to be positioned as an Innovator again this year by Aragon Research in their 2021 Globe for Corporate Learning.”
“Corporate learning is a critical component of professional development, employee experience, and the success of any organization. But in the era of hybrid work, it’s increasingly difficult to ensure employees are engaged when learning at work. Qstream’s innovative approach to learning—which is based on spaced repetition and testing—has shown superior levels of engagement, knowledge retention, and proficiency compared to traditional learning platforms,” said Jason Mundy, Vice President Marketing, Qstream. “We’re proud to be positioned as an Innovator again this year by Aragon Research in their 2021 Globe for Corporate Learning.”
With Qstream, scenario-based questions and bite-sized explanations deliver critical knowledge within the flow of work so learners can choose when they want to learn, which has proven to reinforce knowledge and create meaningful behavioral change. Additionally, managers receive real-time analytics on a team or individual’s learning needs and skill levels for remediation and additional coaching. Qstream is used by healthcare, life sciences, and financial services organizations and is highly suitable for frontline workers in high consequence disciplines such as food manufacturing and preparation, industrial operations, and first responders. Its use cases range from sales training to compliance and regulatory training.
“In a hybrid work environment, enterprises need to ensure that employees and customers have access to the basic and advanced learning journeys and training to help them succeed in their roles and tasks,” said Aragon Research CEO Jim Lundy. “Qstream’s focus on a just-in-time microlearning platform has excelled in healthcare and life sciences markets and is now being highly adopted in many different industries for various training programs.”