Drip7 Launches Version 3.0 of their Gamified Enterprise Software with Expanded Features and Enhanced User Experience

Jan 24, 2024 | Press and Media

Drip7, a gamified Enterprise Software focused on reducing cyber risk through improving Cybersecurity and Compliance education, has recently launched Version 3.0. Drip7 rolled out the new version on January 17th, 2024, and it’s designed to improve the end-user experience and administration of the Drip7 Enterprise Software, which is considered the next generation of training for cybersecurity and compliance education.

Drip7 Founder and CEO Heather Stratford mentioned that the company has conducted more than one million training sessions, which has given them an opportunity to understand better their clients and how they can improve their services to meet their needs. The new version of the software is based on customer feedback, focus groups, and user interaction and is committed to gamifying organizational learning. The upgrade is at the forefront of a shift in how companies reduce risk by improving their training, security, and engagement with employees.

Drip7 is an international microlearning training platform that is easy to administer and creates better-trained staff. It is designed for large businesses but can be adapted for small business applications. The platform contains training in cybersecurity, compliance, and other essential training areas and can be adapted to virtually any vertical. The Drip7 website has also been updated to improve customer service functions, featuring a new user-friendly design and more information about the software and its uses for specific industries.

The new version of Drip7 includes several enhancements, including content customization, measuring engagement, dashboard and user interface updates, self-directed learning, phishing enhancements, and curriculum scheduling. Users can customize any word in any question, add or subtract questions from any curriculum, compete with others outside their organization, see progress on a daily and weekly basis, benefit from a tier-based reward system, and more.

Drip7 Chief Technology Officer Luke Dupin mentioned that they are shifting their focus from points and beating each other to engagement. When using microlearning to train, it’s about frequency of training and consistent interaction. Paul Swaim, CIO and Co-Founder of Quantum Star Technologies praised Drip7 for their approach to training and their ability to adapt to customer needs.

Drip7 Version 3.0 provides a platform that is easy for the end user to use and management to administer. The result is an increase in employee skills and knowledge retention, creating a better training experience for everyone. Employees will be more involved in the training, thanks to microlearning lessons taken on their own time and schedule. Training that is fun and frequent is better retained and adopted.