Learning Technologies Group plc (LTG) is a market-leader in the fast-growing workplace digital learning and talent management market. LTG offers large organisations a new approach to learning and talent in a business world driven by digital transformation.
Learning Technologies Group plc, the provider of services and technologies for digital learning and talent management, has agreed to acquire Bridge from Instructure Inc. Bridge is a learning, performance and skills development platform for mid-enterprise organisations.
Learning Technologies Group PLC’s (LON:LTG) Jonathan Satchell caught up with Proactive’s Andrew Scott soon after announcing they’ve agreed to acquire learning and talent development software provider Bridge. It’s a learning, performance and skills development platform for mid-enterprise organisations, headquartered in the US with operations in the UK and Hungary.
This white paper pinpoints the seismic forces that are compelling large organisations to reinvent Learning and Talent with an empathetic eye on their people, and lists strategic actions required to align executive, HR, and L&D leaders on the shared goal of reskilling the workforce to close the gap between current and future capability.
“2019 was an exceptional year for LTG. We saw excellent momentum in our Software & Platform businesses, and a return to organic growth in Content & Services, as expected. I am particularly pleased to see our investment in product development and cross-selling initiatives supporting organic growth, while we continue to improve margins and cash performance.”
“The addition of Open LMS demonstrates LTG’s unique position as a consolidator in the market for learning and talent management software and services. It follows our most recent acquisition, BreezyHR, acquired in April 2019, which has enjoyed excellent growth with revenues increasing by c.60 percent in FY19. We expect the acquisition of Open LMS to be attractively earnings enhancing.”