Bottom-Line Performance partnered with clients to win four 2015 Brandon Hall Excellence awards. BLP received recognition for its unique approaches to learning, use of games and its ability to design blended learning curriculums with many different types of solutions that drive learner success.

BLP and Roche Diagnostics partnered to win two awards: Bronze in Best Use of Blended Learning and Silver in Best Unique or Innovative Learning Program. In both categories, the winning project was the cobas® ReImagine Customer Training program. This curriculum was also the recipient of a 2015 LTEN Excellence Award and is currently a finalist in the CLO Learning in Practice Awards.


Blended learning was a common theme in BLP’s winning entries: BLP partnered with Dow AgroSciences to win Bronze Best Use of Blended Learning for the Enlist™ Product Launch Curriculum.


The Knowledge Guru game-based learning platform also earned another distinction: BLP and Ally Financial partnered to win Bronze in Best Use of Games and Simulations for Learning. Knowledge Guru was the recipient of three Brandon Hall awards in 2014, including two “Gold” distinctions.


“It’s been a banner year for us, both with the creative work our teams are doing and the success our clients are having with the solutions we provide,” says BLP CEO Kirk Boller. “It’s outstanding to receive this type of industry recognition for the work we do. We treat every client relationship like a partnership, and I think these awards reflect that.”

The entries were evaluated by a panel of veteran, independent senior industry experts, Brandon Hall Group Sr. Analysts and Executive Leadership based upon the following criteria: fit the need, design of the program, functionality, innovation, and overall measurable benefits.