Europe’s No. 1 HR industry analyst, Fosway Group, has recognized GP Strategies, the face of Learning Technologies Group’s comprehensive talent transformation solutions, as a Strategic Leader in Digital Learning.
GP Strategies, as part of Learning Technologies Group, has secured its place as a Strategic Leader on the 2023 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Digital Learning. LTG has previously been ranked as a Strategic Leader in Digital Learning for the past six years running.
Fosway Group defines Strategic Leaders as providing:
a rich suite of capability across a broad scope of features, and have the sophistication to meet the needs of complex enterprise-scale customers. Strategic Leaders also have strong market performance and customer advocacy. As a result, they are frequently short-listed and selected by such organisations, and consistently meet the needs of those organisations.
Said Piers Lea, chief strategy officer at Learning Technologies Group: With GP Strategies as the new market face of LTG’s offering, we’re doubling down on our promise to the market to deliver world-class innovative learning and talent transformation solutions through the “one-stop-shop” represented by GP Strategies.
Whether it’s LTG or GP Strategies, we have consistently been identified as a Strategic Leader in Digital Learning every year since 2017. This ranking affirms our ability to offer comprehensive solutions that meet the ever-changing needs of today’s global organisations, institutions and government entities.”
“LTG’s acquisition of GP Strategies and the merging of their digital learning capabilities has significantly strengthened GP Strategies’ position as a strategic digital learning partner,” said David Wilson, CEO, Fosway Group. “GP Strategies’ position as a Strategic Leader on the 2023 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Digital Learning reflects their ability to transform enterprise learning organisations through strategic partnering, consulting, design, platforms and digital learning delivery.”
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