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Babington chooses Bud to maximise delivery of training

Multi-year contract will help to deliver training to an estimated 5000 learners per year

Babington chooses Bud to maximise delivery of training

"I'm thrilled Babington chose Bud to deliver apprenticeships, traineeships and AEB training. It's testimony to the quality of the platform and the outstanding service provided by the Bud team."
Heather Frankham, founder, Bud Systems

Babington has awarded Bud Systems a multi-year contract as its training management platform to deliver apprenticeships, traineeships, and AEB funded learning.  The contract comes as the result of a highly competitive tender process where Bud was considered alongside the other market leading platforms.

Choosing the correct training management platform is fundamental to Babington’s future plans to support it in driving innovation and learner engagement throughout its delivery model.

Heather Frankham, founder of Bud, said, “I am thrilled that Babington has chosen Bud to deliver apprenticeships, traineeships and AEB training. This is testimony to the quality of the platform and the outstanding service that the whole Bud team provides. As experts in training delivery and software development, Bud is able to support customers with a total understanding of the processes they need to undertake combined with a unique empathy for the pain points training providers experience.”

In a statement, Jen Bramley, COO at Babington said, “Having undertaken an incredibly thorough tender process we felt that Bud was the best platform to transform our learning delivery. Bud’s smooth enrolment process and empowerment of learners to take an active role in managing their learning supports our ambition to drive positive outcomes for all learners. The platform incorporates detailed analytics to monitor delivery of training, and we can view the data generated within Bud’s sophisticated performance dashboards giving us greater business insight than ever before.”

Jesse Johnson, Sales Director at Bud said, “We are thrilled that Babington have chosen Bud as their training delivery platform.  I’m confident that Bud will enable Babington to further enhance delivery of their market leading training.”

Babington anticipates the Bud platform will be used to deliver training to more than 5000 learners per year over the term.



About Bud Systems

Bud is a leading vocational training management platform developed through the combination of in-depth training industry insight with the brightest minds in product and software development. Bud is an intuitive, fully integrated solution that effortlessly overcomes the many issues faced by training providers and giving every user the best possible experience.  It’s effective, efficient and engaging, resulting in an enhanced learning experience and a streamlined process from start to finish.




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