Saffron Interactive, the leading provider of transformational and behavioural digital learning experiences, has completed its 11th consecutive year of accreditation by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI).
As one of an elite group of companies that has maintained LPI accreditation for more than 10 years, Saffron is delighted to have received such a glowing assessment. It reflects the company’s continued ability to to deliver strategic insights into the future workplace and develop specific technology solutions to meet those challenges. Noorie Sazen, CEO at Saffron, says “We are proud of our achievements this year as we have not only grown but also been able to develop solutions that firmly address productivity and performance gaps within organisations.”
Saffron has been recognised by the industry as creating solutions for their clients that have measurable behavioural impact and that allow change initiatives to happen at accelerated rates.
Now, however, Saffron have made ‘learning on-the-job’ solutions that increase the assimilation of new hires, new processes or new roles within business effortlessly and without long inductions or formal courses. These ground-breaking solutions increase productivity and performance as well as engagement and job satisfaction – a winning combination.
LPI consultant, Tony Small, who conducted the accreditation, said “Saffron’s highly consultative approach and deep understanding of behavioural science ensures that their learning technology solutions are designed to address every client’s specific business needs. This achieves the highest levels of learner engagement and measurable business improvements for their clients. They truly stand out from their competitors.”
The LPI accreditation is meticulous in its review of an organisation’s approach to business, and its ability to deliver the objectives set by its clients. To maintain accreditation year-after-year demonstrates a significant commitment by Saffron to forward-thinking progress.
“I am delighted that Saffron Interactive has continued to achieve the high standards required to retain their accredited status” says Edmund Monk, CEO, LPI. “The LPI Accreditation programme is rigorous in its examination of an organisation’s ability to deliver. For Saffron Interactive to maintain accredited status for over a decade is an incredible achievement.
Edmund continues “purchasers of learning can be assured that Saffron Interactive stands among the very best, operating at the highest levels of customer satisfaction whilst continuously innovating to remain ahead of the curve.
“Noorie and the whole team at Saffron Interactive can be extremely proud of their efforts. I have no hesitation in recommending Saffron Interactive as a high-quality provider of learning technologies.”
More information about the LPI and the Accreditation process is available here.