Published: October 18, 2019

Learning Pool Launch The Re-Branded Learning Experience Platform, Headstream At DevLearn 2019

Learning Pool’s Learning Experience Platform (LXP), Headstream, merges with the newly acquired Curatr LXP ahead of its first live US demo at DevLearn 2019 in Las Vegas.

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Learning Pool Rebrands Headstream Learning Experience Platform

Following Learning Pool’s acquisition of HT2 Labs in June 2019, the Learning Experience Platform, Headstream has merged with Curatr LXP ahead of its relaunch in Autumn 2019 and just in time for its first live US demo at the DevLearn Conference & Expo 2019 in Las Vegas, NV.

The rebranded Headstream LXP combines the best in personalized and social learning with first-class authoring, carefully curated content and a range of tools to enable learning in the flow of work—a genuine Learning Experience Platform. More than 100 organizations are already using the LXP to deliver effective, right-sized learning at the moment of need, on the most appropriate device, to their learners.

“Learning Pool is renowned throughout our 15-year history for making things simple, for both administrators of learning and for the users they serve,” commented Paul McElvaney, CEO of Learning Pool. “Headstream’s innovations, as combined with Curatr’s proven LXP technology, is by far the best platform we’ve seen to deliver on this promise.''

Ben Betts, Chief Product Officer at Learning Pool, has been working on the platform for the better part of 10 years. “We started off Curatr nearly a decade ago, as a result of research into new methods and processes for workplace learning. Our move to Headstream is more than just a rebrand, it is the embodiment of the Learning Pool ideal to make things more simple. From one-click
access to learning, through to search that actually brings you results from inside learning content, Headstream marks a step-change in our LXP that deserves really close consideration as companies look to up their learning game.”

The rebrand of Headstream will also showcase its integration with Learning Locker®, the world's most widely installed Learning Record Store (LRS) and Adapt Builder, a full content authoring
solution through which adopters of Headstream will get the opportunity to create, curate and publish content, saving them both time and money. Headstream’s inclusion of the award-winning
Learning Locker sees Learning Pool offering global organizations truly immersive, personalized and content-driven learning experiences with the added advantage of advanced learning analytics, helping them to future-proof their learning with data-driven decision making.

To find out more visit Learning Pool at Booth 209 at the DevLearn Conference & Expo 2019. You can also visit Learning Pool's website, or contact us at hello@learningpool.com.

About Learning Pool

Learning Pool is a full-service eLearning provider, offering a range of platforms, courses and content creation services to over 750 organizations and 2 million learners in 21 countries. With the largest and most flexible catalogue of content on the market and deep expertise in the LMS / LXP / LRS technology space, Learning Pool delivers a highly customised learning experience, combining their expertise in personalized learning, gamification, and AI-driven performance.

As the current Learning Technologies Award Learning Company of the Year, Learning Pool has also been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Innovation and achieved Gold Standard in Deloitte's prestigious Best Managed Companies Awards. They are also the only Core Leader offering Lower Total Cost of Ownership solutions in the 2019 Fosway Digital Learning 9-Grid.

From its US headquarters in Boston, MA, Learning Pool provides services to Fortune 100 companies such as AT&T, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Dell and many more. Following the recent acquisition of HT2 Labs, a leading provider of Learning Experience and Learning Analytics technology, Learning Pool is rapidly expanding its staff of nearly 200 across the world.