Fosway 9-Grid™ for Learning Systems identifies Hive Learning as Core Challenger following a year of record growth
Hive Learning — the world’s leading peer learning platform — has advanced from Solid Performer to Core Challenger status on the 2021 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Learning Systems. This follows a third consecutive year of record growth, exceptional customer advocacy, and continued high performance with enterprise customers.
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Fosway Group — Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst — describes vendors in the Core Challenger Zone as “mid performing solutions with a strong core suite of solutions capability, strong customer advocacy and good performance in enterprise customers”.
The Fosway 9-Grid™ is a multi-dimensional model used to understand the position of vendors in the UK and European markets based on their performance, potential, market presence, total cost of ownership and future trajectories.
Hive Learning has advanced to the Core Challenger position after two years in the Solid Performer Zone, as Hive Learning’s customer base grew significantly thanks to their ability to support customers through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Hive Learning are also identified as a specialist in the Collaborative/Peer category for the second year, as a result of their deep expertise in the space. The specialist has deployed more than 20,000 peer learning solutions and generated over 22 million peer learning interactions in the past three years alone.
Major milestones include:
- Hive Learning launched its peer learning programme designed to build inclusive culture, Inclusion Works, in 10 different languages — a first step in removing language as a barrier to conversation as the award-winning provider drives towards translating content in just a few clicks
- Hive Learning launched two new programmes, Resilience Works and Wellbeing Works, in response to client demand at the beginning of the pandemic, while their Inclusion Works programme was expanded to meet learner needs in response to the Black Lives Matter movement
- Multiple enterprise customers launched cohorts of more than 100,000 users across its peer learning programmes for the first time in Hive Learning’s history
- Hive Learning retained almost 90% of its customer base, as well as welcoming a host of new and innovative companies including Babcock, Legal & General, and DP World among others
- The organisation’s customer base expanded to Asia and the Middle East (including China and the United Arab Emirates) as well as Europe, South America, and the US
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