An independent analysis of the custom elearning market which helps organisations compare different providers has included Sponge for the first time.Elearnity 9-Grid for Bespoke e-learning, positions Sponge as a ‘core challenger’ within the industry.The report also highlights Sponge as having a lower ‘total cost of ownership’ which refers to the cost of acquiring, implementing and operating the company’s solutions.
Managing Director of Sponge, Louise Pasterfield, said: “We are very pleased to be included in this industry barometer which reflects our growing position.“Our success has been built on innovation, technology, strong customer relationships and a passion for creating award-winning elearning that makes a big difference to our clients. “The analysis also reflects the value for money presented by Sponge when compared to others in the custom-made market.”
Sponge was named Elearning Development Company of the Year at the Elearning Awards in November 2014 and is short-listed for Learning Provider of the Year at the Learning Awards 2015 which take place on Thursday, February 5.The Elearnity 9-Grid analysis model is based on the results of extensive independent research and insights from Elearnity’s corporate research network of over 150 client organisations across the UK and Europe.
Elearnity Managing Director, David Wilson, said: “Celebrating their 10th anniversary in 2014, Sponge continues to post solid growth, and with a strong client base. They are a good inclusion in our 9-Grid™ for Bespoke e-learning in 2015.”A full copy of the analysis is available from the Elearnity website.