Learn.Com Featured in Brandon Hall Talent Report

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<p><strong>Sunrise, Fla. &mdash; May 30</strong><br />Learn.com, a provider of on-demand workforce development and productivity, has been featured by Brandon Hall Research, an internationally recognized leader in performance and talent management systems research in the firm&rsquo;s study &quot;Talent Management: A Complete Guide to Strategies, Systems and Issues.&quot; </p><p>The research, written by Mark Albrecht, Janet Clarey and other Brandon Hall analysts, features a look into the future of learning, the convergence of human resource processes with learning processes and more. &nbsp;<br /><br />According to the report, &ldquo;To maintain a competitive advantage and to meet the demands of business, organizations will need to identify, select and develop their employees in a way that will support both the company&rsquo;s business goals and provide employees with a clear career path.&quot;</p><p>&ldquo;As the industry moves away from complicated multivendor implementations that require third-party integrations and separate licensing fees, the LearnCenter platform&rsquo;s all-inclusive 100 percent Web-based architecture has become the standard,&quot; said Jim Riley, Learn.com president and CEO. &quot;As the provider of the industry&rsquo;s only holistic talent management suite, we have assumed the leadership position and are at the forefront of the ever-changing employee development landscape.</p><p>&quot;We are honored to be listed in this report, and we feel the listing further validates what our clients witness each day, that the Learn.com single solution approach for managing the entire employee life cycle provides them with a critical competitive advantage.&rdquo; </p>

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