Halifax, June 25, 2014 – SageCrowd today announced a significant update to the SageCrowd Collaborative Learning Platform. Version 2.1 extends both the effectiveness of the social sharing experience and the ability to obtain meaningful metrics within the platform.


SageCrowd’s extensive social media functionality now includes user polling. While discussions provide a rich social interaction, polls are a quick and easy way for a user to both register their opinion and to immediately see what other people think. In addition, the company added a new form of retention testing. While already supporting pre and post testing, building in various retention testing models was important to customers.

“This is an important milestone for the company. We have our core platform developed with complete presence management and a metric/analytics engine”, said Peter Bidgood, the President of sageCrowd. “Now we are layering on valuable extensions to improve the learning experience and our measurement dexterity.”

SageCrowd creates short learning experiences based on the essential concepts, skills, and best practices of top-selling business and personal development authors. The social learning element allows users to share insights and questions with a community of fellow learners, deepening their understanding and engagement.

The online experiences use the science of memory formation and user rewards to drive actions that make it easy to understand, retain, and apply the ideas and skills presented. It can be used anywhere, anytime. It’s built to make learning short, simple and social!

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