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Deliveroo Chooses EduMe’s Workforce Success Platform to Deliver Global Remote Training Program

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Deliveroo to launch their training program with industry leader EduMe

Deliveroo and EduMe today announced an exclusive new global partnership that will drive the success of the food delivery giant with effective onboarding, training and continuous learning by using EduMe’s platform. The initiative is being rolled out to Deliveroo’s entire global network of riders. It will take advantage of EduMe’s experience as the training provider of choice by other leading technology companies.

This will help facilitate effective onboarding at scale for new riders. Furthermore, an integration with hiring platform Fountain will be leveraged to present a seamless engagement and onboarding experience for new riders.

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This move demonstrates the increasing desire from the on-demand sector to offer easy-to-use remote training opportunities when face-to-face is not scalable or simply an option, and self-employed riders expect access to knowledge when and where they need it.

Jacob Waern, Founder and CEO of EduMe said: “The success of modern ways of working is at the heart of what we do at EduMe and giving simple, effective, mobile-based tools that equip people with the information they require to be upskilled, motivated and engaged has never been a more critical consideration for successful companies. Deliveroo is a pioneer in the on-demand sector, and this fantastic new partnership will enable their growth through successful and motivated delivery riders.”

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Sophia Fellowes, Global Operational Excellence Manager at Deliveroo added: “We’re delighted to be working with EduMe and taking advantage of their vast experience in remote learning for the on-demand sector. The integration capabilities, simplicity of design and focus on the success of our restaurant partners and riders makes this collaboration a huge win for everyone.”

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