Celebrating a year of growth and innovation, Axonify today announced key company milestones for 2018 including a 36 per cent increase in revenue growth as it delivers microlearning to users in 95 countries. Critical to the organization’s momentum was a broader entry into the retail and manufacturing markets and partnering with new clients Chaloub Group, Citizens Bank and M&M Food Market, among others.
“With today’s pace of business change and information overload, organizations are realizing that employee learning is critical to achieving positive business outcomes,” said Carol Leaman, President and CEO of Axonify. “Axonify is committed to helping our customers’ employees remember to do the things that matter most to their business and as a result has grown tremendously over the last year. We look forward to an even more positive year ahead as we continue to expand our products, markets served and employee growth.”
In 2018 Axonify added more than 60 new employees with plans to hire another 30 in 2019. Additionally, the organization made key advancements in its microlearning platform, including the launch of Axonify Impact™, a built-in learning attribution engine that uses big data to help organizations measure how learning drives business results.
Axonify was recognized with several awards in 2018, including:
- Deloitte Fast 50 & Fast 500 – Ranked among the fastest growing companies in Canada
- Great Place to Work – Best Workplaces in Canada
- Great Place to Work – Best Workplace in Technology
- Great Place to Work – Best Workplace Managed by Women
- Canadian HR Awards – Canadian HR Champion (CEO Carol Leaman)
- Training Industry – Top 20 Health and Safety Training and Top 20 Gamification
Additionally, client organizations were recognized based on their work with Axonify, including:
- Aristocrat – Winner of an Association for Talent Development (ATD) BEST Award
- Rogers Communications – Winner of a Silver Brandon Hall Group Award for Best Customer Training Program
For more information, visit Axonify.com.
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