Best Companies recognize AppLearn as an outstanding place to work
Digital adoption platform (DAP) vendor, AppLearn, has been recognized as an outstanding place to work by Best Companies.
The employee engagement specialists recognize and celebrate businesses that value their people and understand the importance of a truly engaged workforce.
Andrew Avanessian, CEO at AppLearn, commented: “We are immensely proud of this accreditation. As a business, we put a lot of time and effort into building something that people want to be a part of (that is fun with a purpose), and this recognition is affirmation that we are doing just that. Our people are our most important asset so it’s crucial for us that we develop a culture and an environment where people feel comfortable and can develop.”
Laura Packwood, Head of People at AppLearn, added: “I am really proud of this achievement, we know that we have a winning culture and have created a place that people want to work in, but to have this recognized feels so well deserved. This is testament to our people and how they demonstrate our core values in everything that they do, we have a real sense of belonging and togetherness”.
The two star accreditation follows an already very strong start to 2022 for the SaaS business.
In January, AppLearn announced a significant funding boost from Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), the bank of the world’s most innovative companies and investors, and NPIF – Maven Equity Finance, managed by Maven Capital Partners (Maven) and part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF).
Shortly following news of the 8-figure funding, AppLearn completed the major acquisition of YesElf, a Slovakia-based DAP provider.
Avanessian, continued: “This is a really exciting time for us. We’ve recently secured a significant round of funding, and we’ve just acquired another digital adoption platform vendor to significantly accelerate our market position. Add to that a huge recruitment drive, a booming interest in the DAP industry, and aggressive growth plans—the possibilities really are endless. And the best part—we are just getting started!”Back to news