BookingBug Chooses Bridge to deliver agile employee knowledge sharing and onboarding.
One of the challenges for growing businesses is collecting and sharing knowledge in an effective way. This was the conundrum for BookingBug, one of the fastest growing technology companies in Europe.
Headquartered in London, BookingBug employs 130 staff out of three offices across the globe in London, Sydney, and Boston. BookingBug bridges the gaps in the customer experience and is used by brands like Lego, John Lewis, and the UK Government to manage tens of millions of customer engagements annually.
In the autumn of 2017, BookingBug realised that they needed an effective way to onboard new staff and accelerate knowledge.
Proud of their startup culture and mentality, the People and Talent team were also keen that old fashioned, prescriptive learning processes were not introduced, but instead that they were encouraging curiosity and self-driven learning journeys.
What was needed was an intuitive platform where BookingBug could create and store their own learning content but make it flexibly structured, allowing departments to create learning tracks to keep content relevant.
Jasmine Ward, People and Talent Specialist at BookingBug, said, “We carried out a search of current corporate LMS’ on the market, and were recommended to look at Bridge by Instructure. We love that Bridge is easy to put our content onto, it provides a very consistent and professional interface which is so easy to use. We wanted to track progress of employees’ learning and onboard new staff quickly to ensure high levels of customer success, and we are now able to do this with Bridge.”
BookingBug is an expanding organisation, and Bridge promises to grow with it - offering the flexibility to adapt and scale to the fast-moving company’s changing needs.
In today’s economic landscape companies are moving quickly and competing fiercely, so there has never been a stronger need to prioritise training and development. Good training programmes, which focus on innovative ways to nurture and develop skills in the workplace, will breed loyalty, increase motivation and boost productivity - and technologies like Bridge are proving instrumental in facilitating this learning culture.