Bridge reviews


Integrated talent management platform
our rating 4.5 out of 5 Stars

BridgeProduct Overview

  1. About Bridge
  2. Pros of Bridge
  3. Cons of Bridge
  4. Breakdown of core features

Bridge product overview

Bridge is an integrated talent management system that combines learning management, performance management, career development, and engagement measurement into one platform. It enables companies to develop their people with live, virtual, on-demand, and experience-based training, manager/employees 1:1s, and career development plans.

Used by more than 1000 companies worldwide, the software empowers companies to achieve their strategic people development goals by facilitating connection, alignment, and growth across the entire organization. Bridge is commonly used for learning and development, sales enablement, extended enterprise, and leadership development.

Pros of Bridge

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  • It allows training teams to meet compliance-training regulations. In addition, it lets employees not only pass courses and earn certificates but understand the rules that apply to their industry and role.
  • It measures the training and development impact on employee performance. With Bridge Perform, training teams can see what’s working, what’s not, and what to do next.

Cons of Bridge

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  • It doesn’t offer gamification features.

Breakdown of core features

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Learning content

Bridge comes with pre-made courses or assets that may be specific to certain industries or technologies. Additionally, it streamlines Course Authoring that enables users to develop and assemble mobile-responsive online learning content. Students or employees can access content from mobile devices. The software’s course catalog or library Learning content is accessible through an organized course catalog or browsable library.

Progress tracking and certifications

The system tracks individuals’ progress on courses, scores, transcripts, and certificates. Moreover, its Learning Reporting and Analytics feature provides insights into course completion and engagement with learning content.

Learning administration

With Bridge, administrators can manage the content and people, such as students/employees, course authors, and instructors.

In-person learning

The software supports in-person events, classes, and training. Training teams can offer, manage, and track in-person learning within the platform, including enrollment, attendance, and performance.

(Last updated on 06/22/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)

Quick Facts

  • Industry Specialties
    Banking / Accounting / Financial, Computer and Technology, Education and Training, Enterprise, Hospitality / Entertainment / Travel, Financial Services, Food and Beverage, Healthcare, Staffing / Recruiting, Non-Profit / Public Sector, Sales, Software / Web Development
  • Pricing
  • Works Best For
    Mid Sized Businesses


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  • Course authoring
  • Course catalog or library
  • Player/Portal
  • Learning content
  • Mobile friendly
  • Progress tracking and certifications
  • Assignments
  • Compliance management
  • Learning administration
  • Learning reporting and analytics
  • eLearning
  • Assessments
  • Live online learning
  • In-person learning
  • Micro-learning
  • Video learning
  • eCommerce
  • SCORM-compliant
  • Tin Can (xAPI) compliant
  • Social learning
  • Single Sign On (SSO)


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Pricing Model

  • Learning
  • Learning and Performance
  • Learning, Performance, and Engagement


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