03/04/2019

Developing a digital marketing standard that is not standard

Written by
Paul Drew
03/04/2019

To deliver the best digital marketer standard on the market the team at Apprentify knew that we needed to ensure at a few key areas were addressed to ensure that you would get the best service:

  1. The best - We knew that to deliver the best solution we needed to work with the best.  This meant a huge amount of time spent researching and the finding the best solutions out there.
  2. Simplicity - To ensure that our apprentices and the companies that we place these in have the best experience and service we knew that it had to simple and easy to use.
  3. Digital - It had to be online /digital and work seamlessly.  Everything from digital signatures meaning no paperto online workshops needed to work together.

We knew that at the centre of our business we wanted a technology that would drive our business forward seamlessly and simple.

Bud logoOne of those systems was Bud. It is the best on the market (in our view and probably theirs) and allows the online sessions, face to face coaching, inductions and apprenticeship funding to work together.

Apprenticeships are complicated and we knew that we needed things to be simple, fast yet fully compliant.

Technology should be driving our apprenticeships, not embarrassing them. Gone are the days where apprenticeships are solely work based and classroom taught.

Bud has allowed us to develop a truly innovative delivery solution and process.  It is fast and engaging and allows us to report on anything. Our apprentices now have a one stop shop for all of their eLearning and portfolio requirements to deliver effective apprenticeships.


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