Voxy, the only online language solution to offer a fully personalized and adaptive English course based exclusively on real-world content, recently expanded its partnership with Grundfos to become the company’s recommended English learning provider.
After test-driving Voxy as well as another product in search of an optimal solution, Grundfos announced in Spring 2015 that Voxy will be its recommended English learning provider going forward. Because Grundfos has such a broad global reach, many employees are not native English speakers and could benefit greatly from Voxy’s personalized online courses.
“We like the responsiveness towards program customizations catering for our needs and are very satisfied with the service level provided by Voxy,” said Gunnar Tindborg, L&D Manager at Grundfos.
Grundfos employees now have the ability to enroll in a 6- or 12-month Voxy course, with the added option of private tutoring for one-on-one practice with a certified English instructor. Voxy has also created a custom manufacturing unit for more targeted industry-specific language learning, which is available to all Voxy learners. The unit includes authentic materials sourced by the Voxy Pedagogy Team as well as corporate materials provided by Grundfos, including instructional videos and articles from the company’s in-house publication G Magazine.
“Voxy’s ability to integrate with partners’ organizational programming, as well as provide specific, relevant instruction, is a key feature of our relationships with world-class partners like Grundfos,” said Voxy Chief of Operations Juan Torres.
Grundfos is the world’s largest pump manufacturer, based in Denmark, with about 17,000 employees globally. The annual production of more than 16 million pump units, circulator pumps, submersible pumps and centrifugal pumps is approximately 50% of the world market for these pumps and pump systems. Grundfos also produces electric motors for the pumps, as well as a considerable amount of electric motors for separate merchandising. Furthermore, Grundfos develops state-of-the-art electronics for controls for pumps and other systems. For more information, visit grundfos.com.