Qstream, market leader in microlearning, announces today it is recognised in the 2021 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Learning Systems. This new achievement reflects the growing adoption and market awareness of Qstream in the European market. European customers of Qstream include Takeda, AbbVie, KONE, and Nokia.
“We’ve seen more of Qstream over the past year as a result of its growing impact in Europe, which has led to its debut on this year’s 9-Grid™ for Learning Systems,” said David Wilson, CEO of Fosway, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst. “Qstream’s innovative approach to microlearning and knowledge reinforcement marks them as a specialist in our analysis, with increasing adoption and customer advocacy across its key vertical markets.”
“We are thrilled that Fosway includes Qstream on its 9-Grid for Learning Systems,” said Chris McCauley, Qstream’s Chief Technology Officer. “Our Dublin-based team, including software engineering, product, sales and services are especially excited to see their innovations recognized in-region by The Fosway Group.”
The Fosway Group 9-Grid™ is a multi-dimensional model that can be used to understand the position of solutions and vendors in the UK and European markets. It allows companies to compare different solutions based on their performance, potential, market presence, total cost of ownership and future trajectories.
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