Axonify Holiday Roundup

The Axonify Marketing team has taken a slight hiatus from their usual weekly Roundup, a summary of all things Axonify that have been going on each particular week. Content of these Roundups range from recent customer success stories, to marketing news, internal product developments, and much more.

Last week they came back with a fully loaded edition of the Round up, cataloging every major and exciting Axonify development over the past 6 weeks.

While the Round up contained several exciting headlines, product updates, and Axonify developments, a choice few stood out as the must sees (or clicks) of the lengthy post. Here are the highlights of Axonify’s Holiday Roundup:

  1. Customer News

Customer Story of the Week: At Home Uses Axonify for Compliance Training

At Home, is a home decor retailer, that has been using Axonify since 2014. They’ve achieved steady participation levels average between 90-95%, and have acknowledged that Axonify is a big part of their corporate culture. At Home recently conducted their PCI compliance training (a requirement for all retailers) using Axonify.

They shared with us that within 2 weeks of pushing out their PCI certification training that 78% of their 3200 associates had completed it. According to their business leaders this is an amazing turnaround

  1. In the News

Axonify ranks top 10 in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50™ companies and 84th Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Fast 500™

Axonify ranked top 10 in the Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 companies list, and 84th on the North American Fast 500 list. The release helped generate 8 unique articles, with over 41 total articles (including syndication) with a reach of over 6.8 million. Check out the release here.

  1. In the News

Is Adaptive Learning the Way of the Future? Axonify Thinks So.

Axonify CEO, Carol Lehman spoke with about the benefits of Adaptive Learning and how a one size fits all approach is not the best way to train employees.


Joe Wagner: Axonify's Transitionary Weapon

Four years ago, Axonify was a small tech start up run out of an even smaller office, boasting a workforce of a dozen employees. In the Tech Hub that is Kitchener-Waterloo, they were blip on the map and had yet to appear on anyone’s radar. As 2016 comes to a close, they are one of the leading companies in the corporate learning space, and employ over 100 people, with the expectation to tack on 60 more to their team in 2017.

Even more encouraging than their rapid growth is the manner in which they have achieved it. The successful start-up out of Canada’s “Silicone Valley” have not sacrificed quality for quantity one bit since their steep expansion began back in 2012. Axonify has been growing their team by bringing a raft of capable and motivated individuals on board who have all bought in to what the company is working towards achieving.

The latest of these bright minds to Join the Axonify family is Joe Wagner, who has just settled into his role as Chief Operating Officer for the tech company. Joe has been tasked with the aim to organize Axonify so it can scale into a global enterprise. This is no easy task, but Wagner has a wealth of experience in roles similar to this one, equipping him with the tools to get the job done.

The veteran executive, with more than two decades of experience with large tech companies in the United States is no stranger to this process, and Axonify is confident that he has the skills to take them to the next level.

Wagner recently caught up with The Record, a Waterloo Newspaper to discuss his priorities for expanding the business on a global scale.

"You look at what is required for scale, scale comes from definable, repeatable and the ability to deploy the knowledge to do that across a broad set of talented individuals," Wagner says. "So if you see an area that is reliant on one or two people, that's an opportunity to scale. If you see a process that is not well defined, there is an opportunity to scale”.

He notes continued innovation, focus and recruiting top talent among his top priorities for scaling a company such as Axonify. But it is Axonify’s powerful message for potential customers, that Wagner believes will accelerate the company’s growth process.

“Knowing what your employees know at all times, that affects their behaviour and drives business results," he says. "That combination of brain science, micro-learning, gamification and knowledge on demand is going to transform how they know, understand and maintain the knowledge level required to change behaviour."

For more on Joe Wagner and his work with Axonify, check out the full article at