In today's fast-paced work environment, employees have little time to engage with new learning systems, yet Deloitte Human Capital Trends' research shows that continuous learning is now the #2 issue in business, creating extreme urgency in almost every corporation. The paradox is that most companies are reliant on systems that take weeks if not months of planning and development to deploy. Not with Trivie.
Trivie is a unique, self-service platform that takes less than one hour to launch, regardless of the number of learners. Based upon a familiar game format that is simple to use and highly engaging, our aggregate customer data shows that using Trivie just 3 minutes and 51 seconds a month, retention scores have elevated to 90.1%, or a 21.2% knowledge gain.
Trivie takes less that 60 minutes to launch, less than 4 minutes a month to play, and delivers more than a 21% increase in knowledge in 30-days ... or less.
Trivie is made for every learner. The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) relies on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to set the international standards for the World Wide Web and its accessibility. The requirements of WCAG 2.1 are grouped under three levels: A, AA, and AAA. Each conformance level has an increasingly higher standard of accessibility. For example, an internal policy in a government department may require the highest possible standard of accessibility—that would be Level AAA. In other situations, it may be enough to meet Level A requirements.
Trivie has been verified through independent auditors as having met a Level AA accessibility standard.