Wranx is an employee development platform – a technology-based training tool that puts learning in the palm of your employees’ hands. It uses the simple scientific idea of spaced repetition to provide learning that can really benefit your staff, even with as little as 2-3 minutes of training a day.
Wranx makes learning easy and effective for everyone. And, dare we say it, even a little bit fun.
Employee Development Platform
Wranx is a results driven platform that:
Accelerates employee learningFind out more >
Manageable bite-size chunks of training that can be done wherever and whenever it suits.
Engages & motivates employeesFind out more >
Clever gamification features and our in-app communication ‘bubble’ make learning fun and rewarding.
Provides measurements you can trustFind out more >
In-built learning validation techniques and real time reporting keeps you up-to-date on progress, as it happens.
Delivers tailored multilingual contentFind out more >
Making your training material Wranx friendly and accessible to all is easy.
A Proven Solution
Found Wranx extremely / very easy to use
Feel that using Wranx will enable them to improve in their role
Found our method of learning extremely / very beneficial
“Developing our people in this way supports our drive for workplace learning, allowing our employees to learn in the most effective way, on the job.”
– Malcolm Pickup, Director of Global Learning at TNT
"We believe that by leveraging Wranx we can help reinforce the knowledge gained during in-person training. (Spaced) repetition helps drive retention and retention helps drive mastery"
-VP, VF Corporation
Are you wondering why after training, you are unable to recall what you have just learnt? Adam Robinson, author of What Smart Students Know said: “Don’t confuse recognising information with being able to recall it.” This quote is important, as it highlights the common method of passive learning, which is the exact opposite how we want to retain information. We want to use active recall - encouraging our brain to work independently to retrieve past learnt information from your long term memory. To be able to retain new information, you have to work your brain harder and build new connections to be able to actually absorb the information.
The importance of active recallContinue Reading >
Have you ever walked out of a training session and realised you’ve already forgotten some of the information you were told? If you think not, perhaps you’ve just forgotten that too?
Why is knowledge retention important in business?Continue Reading >