Saffron is accredited by the LPI for the sixth year

This month Saffron Interactive, leading innovator in the digital learning sector, has been re-accredited by the Learning and Performance Institute (formerly the Institute of IT Training) for the sixth year running. The rigorous accreditation process requires that vendors demonstrate consistently excellent performance and give evidence of strategic transformation and innovation.

The Learning Technologies Accreditation is designed for companies that provide communication, information and related technologies that can be used to support learning, performance and capability building. Saffron is one of the few bespoke providers to currently hold an Accreditation. The Accreditation provides Saffron’s clients with valuable assurances, including the following:

  • The provider conforms to a professional Code of Practice
  • Marketing collateral is verifiable and accurately represents the services being provided
  • Learning environments are well designed, up to date, and fit for purpose
  • Individuals involved in learning provision are technically competent

‘This tremendous achievement sends a clear message that Saffron is a go-to-provider if you are interested in transforming your organisation with learning technologies,’ says Noorie Sazen, CEO at Saffron. ‘In particular, this year we have been praised for cementing our reputation as a developer of bespoke enterprise learning platforms and being a strategic and consultative partner.’

Saffron was the first company to achieve Learning Technologies Accreditation in 2009.

‘We value the Accreditation process immensely,’ comments Karim Ladak, chief operating officer at Saffron. ‘Amidst the hectic bluster of awards and events, it’s unusual in this industry for providers to step back, reflect and take a cold, hard look at how they are performing and whether they are adding value to customers or not. We are proud that Saffron has continued to meet and exceed the standards required by the LPI. Now we’re looking ahead to another year of adding measurable value to our clients.’

More information about the LPI and the Accreditation process is available here.

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