Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) September 12, 2016
Jigsaw, an innovative leader in corporate training solutions, has been named one of The Silicon Review magazine’s 50 Most Admired Companies of the Year. The annual feature recognizes companies whose industry achievements break new technological ground, and who consistently demonstrate their commitment to meeting the demands of a diverse range of consumers.
The honorees are chosen by the editorial board of The Silicon Review. It was Jigsaw’s unique and effective approach to learning that impressed the judging panel.
“The traditional ‘conference room’ training is unrealistic to the national and multi-national companies because of cost and time lost due to travel,” said Jigsaw CEO and co-founder Josette Fleszar. “Using traditional web conferencing systems traditionally allow a single dimensional ‘pushing’ of information to the trainees. Jigsaw provides a solution that offers the latest technologies to support and expect high levels of engagement.”
Jigsaw’s proprietary training platform was developed over the course of four years, and is continually refined to address the needs of a broad scope of clients within multiple sectors. Rather than relying upon standard conferencing technologies, Jigsaw offers a fully integrated, flexible, and collaborative virtual platform, allowing participants the benefit of a fully immersive learning experience on both PC and mobile devices.
In addition to being named one of 2016’s 50 Most Admired Companies by The Silicon Review, Jigsaw has previously been honored as one of CIOReview.com's Top 20 Education Tech Service Providers for 2014 and 2015.
“Our company’s mission is rooted in ‘kaizen’—continuous and never-ending improvement,” says Fleszar. “We work every day to provide dynamic and intuitive learning tools that facilitate total engagement and learning optimization. Our goal is help our clients reach and even exceed their expectations.”
For more information about Jigsaw, visit http://jigsawme.com/