Totara Wins Two Excellence in Technology Awards

Dec Connolly Editor


EdTech company Totara, whose Talent Experience Platform is used by more than 19 million people worldwide took home two bronze awards at this year’s Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Technology Awards.

Firstly, a project by The Met Office in conjunction with Totara Partner Catalyst IT won in the “Best Use of Blended Learning” category. Additionally, Charles River Laboratories and Partner Actua Solutions were presented with a Bronze award for the ‘Best Results of a Learning Program‘ category. 

This comes as Totara has recently expanded its offering and launched its Talent Experience Platform, an all-in-one solution for talent management, performance and learning needs.

Lars Hyland, Managing Director (EMEA) at Totara, said: “Recognition for both the Charles River Laboratories and Met Office academies and for the respective teams at Actua Solutions and Catalyst IT is richly deserved. 

Both projects are great examples of how organisations build a unified, but also highly flexible, learning platform to offer unique employee experiences that better engage and develop their people – in a way that’s just right for them. The team at Totara are incredibly proud of the continued success our partners and customers achieve with our Talent Experience Platform.”

The panel of independent industry experts, along with Brandon Hall Group analysts evaluated entries based on 5 factors – fit the need, design of the program, functionality, innovation and overall measurable benefits. 

Mike Cooke, CEO at Brandon Hall Group said “Our award winners demonstrated the vision, agility and innovation needed to excel in the unchartered hybrid work environment,” 

“We added and revised awards categories to ensure that we not only validate best HCM practices but also solicit and recognize next practices that set a high bar for everyone.”

To see the full list of winners, visit the Brandon Hall Group website.