This continued market recognition - Hemsley was also classified as a Potential Leader in 2022 - is a result of the company's continual ability to deliver engaging and impactful learning experiences centered on human behavior and enabled by cutting-edge technology, rather than being driven by it.
Hemsley’s offerings are built on a core of content, technology and services. This approach, enables customized and development solutions to be rapidly and effectively created, and ensures that learning programs boost organizations’ performance, support change, and deliver desired business goals from day one.
Building on a 30-year heritage of shaping learning around the world, Hemsley Fraser delivers its human-centric, blended and digital-first learning approach through offerings based on:
- An award-winning core library of dynamic learning content and products, including Fluidbooks, videos, quizzes, animations and podcasts, giving customers unrivalled flexibility in their L&D program design and uptake
- A cutting-edge hub platform with learning technology support that enables self-service and blended capability development and deeper learner engagement experiences that help drive change
- A suite of services, including live program delivery, bespoke content and program design, strategy, engagement, and support, to ensure successful and impactful learning experiences, wherever learners are located.
Naomi Buxton, Chief Experience Officer at Hemsley Fraser, said: “We are thrilled to be placed in the 2023 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Digital Learning once again. Being classed as a Potential Leader reflects our continued evolution of digital-first learning offerings that help companies and their leaders adapt to a complex and rapidly-changing world of work.
“We are activating learning by developing tailored products in different ways to help company leaders build learning cultures and achieve their goals while providing individual learners with the very in best learning experiences. We not only enable organizations to transform how their people learn but also the way they engage and grow in the rhythms of increasingly digitized workplaces and complex workflows. And to meet widely-differing learning needs and preferred styles, we make our online content available in different modalities and in multiple countries and languages.”
“Aligning learning with business transformation is becoming increasingly important for learning teams,” said David Wilson, CEO, Fosway Group. “Hemsley Fraser’s position as a Potential Leader in this year’s Fosway 9-Grid™ for Digital Learning reflects the company’s focus on supporting transformation by delivering a rich blend of instructor led and self-paced learning facilitated by learning technology that focuses on behavior change.”