Just a year ago, we announced Bridge’s debut on the Fosway 9-Grid™ for Talent Management as ‘one to watch’, and today, our fast growth and commitment to customer advocacy has been recognised again, as we’ve progressed rapidly to a core challenger – called out as a specialist in our field.
Our solidified position on the grid is testament to the significant customer impact we’ve made, and to our increasing trajectory for innovation. Bridge is also praised for its low total cost of ownership (TCO), ensuring we can make valuable employee engagement possible at an attractive entry point.
This year, Instructure has extended the Bridge platform to include Career, for innovative career planning and Engage, a dynamic survey tool to give employees a voice in building company culture and providing feedback. In addition, earlier this month, the Connect module was introduced, providing employees with the tools they need to understand organizational structure and make meaningful connections with their colleagues. These new features build on existing capabilities around Learn, Perform, and Practice to make Bridge the only holistic employee development solution platform on the market which provides day-to-day value to both employees and managers as they align on priorities, track goals, and map out development.
Analyst reports like Fosway Group’s 9-Grid™ are crucial in today’s market. For so long, organisations have been burdened by cumbersome and ineffective HR software, making independent expert insight invaluable in helping businesses choose the best technology for their strategic HR goals. We’re delighted that the Fosway Group has recognised Bridge and its ability to build engaged and productive workforces.
The news also comes in the run up to BridgeCon Europe in London – the only conference in Europe focused specifically on employee development, engagement, skills gaps, career paths, career drivers, and better learning. Visitors to the conference will be able to hear the biggest and boldest brands, like Shell, Sanofi, KPMG, Citi, HelloFresh, FranklinCovey, and DPDgroup talk about how they’re prioritising their people, as well as discovering new and exclusive research from Fosway Group on why, for many, the talent lifecycle in organisations is often broken.
Head of Strategic Development, EMEA at Instructure