Degreed was among the select companies that Forrester invited to participate in The Forrester Wave: Learning Management Systems and Experience Platforms, Q4 2021. In this evaluation, Degreed was cited as a Leader and its top scores were in the talent ecosystem integration, product vision, execution roadmap, and commercial model criteria.
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Per the report, “Degreed is investing in adding select learning management system (LMS) functionality while doubling down on its commitment to bring opportunities to ‘learn by doing’ and ‘signals’ about learning from all parts of the work ecosystem to craft the learner experience and provide robust workforce data to the employer…Degreed’s user interface is a strength, as is its ability to bring together data and analytics from many sources.”
Todd Tauber, SVP Strategy at Degreed said, “Degreed was the first to define the LXP and the team continues to build on this innovation with additional functionality in experiential learning and internal mobility, and skill analytics with the launch of Degreed Intelligence. The team is grateful that Forrester’s rigorous research has, in our opinion, validated the leadership and differentiation actions Degreed has taken this year.”
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According to Forrester, “Companies that invest in a variety of skills development platforms and place a strong focus on skills and career development will find Degreed a robust solution that is not limited by prioritizing any one vendor.”