AppLearn Overview

  • London, United Kingdom
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2011
  • Company - Private
  • Computer Hardware & Software
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable


A pioneering digital adoption company on a mission to bring certainty to enterprise software investments. Creators of the Adopt platform.
Mission: Our Core Values are at the heart of everything we do:
A - always learning
M- make it happen
A - all for all
Z- zealous approach
E - ego at the door

AppLearn Reviews

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Andrew Avanessian
Andrew Avanessian
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Current Employee, more than 1 year

"Fantastic team, fantastic product, fantastic approach"

Feb 15, 2021 - Technical Support in Manchester, England, England
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO


Company is very social Many benefits Very relaxed but hard working Concerns listened too Management is top notch and take the company in the right direction Flexible working Lots of progression


Nothing comes to mind as of yet.

Advice to Management

Keep going this way, listen to your support teams as they deal with the customer more than anyone.
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AppLearn Interviews

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  1. Graphic Designer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Manchester, England, England
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at AppLearn (Manchester, England, England) in Aug 2016


    I've been contacted by a recruiter that fixed an appointment for me for an interview. The meeting lasted for 1 hour and 40 minutes and I met the project manager first and then two members of the creative team.
    Two days after the recruiter contacted me again asking to complete a test for the company that took approximately two days to be completed. I sent the artwork back to the recruiter that re-sent it to the company and day after I was invited for a second meeting with the team as "they thought I did a good job with the brief", but after two hours from the receipt of the email i got a second email that said: "AppLearn have asked me to delay for the moment... as they are having another look at the role" with the promise to come back to me the day after.
    After five days and a mail to the company [the Project Manager gave me her business card], that never replied, the recruiter came back to me saying: "it sounds like they have looked again at the tasks and responsibilities and feel it would now suit a more junior candidate with a lower salary", adding that he really hopes this doesn’t turn out to be a waste of my time.

    I believe that before wasting people's time with tests and tasks a company need to be sure about the position they're looking to fill. It's ok not getting a job as you fail a skills test, but is unacceptable wasting two entire days and succeeding on the task just to discover that the company was not sure about what they were looking for.

    They asked me several questions about my working method, the way I get inspired and how much time does it take to me to work on different typologies of projects.

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Company Updates

February 5, 2020
2020 is going to be a big year here at AppLearn®- Our fourth global office in Boston is officially open for business.
Digital business expands US presence with Boston office opening |
October 14, 2019
Pioneering Digital Adoption Software Vendor Gears Up for Next Level of Growth MANCHESTER – Sept. 18, 2019 – AppLearn, the global specialists in Digital Adoption Solutions, today announced it has secured a significant investment led by California-based K1 Investment Management (“K1”), a leading investment firm focusing on high-growth enterprise software companies.
AppLearn Secures $25M Commitment from K1 Investment Management - AppLearn

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