Customer Success Stories

getAbstract’s mission is to find, expertly compress and provide universal access to critical business knowledge, in a format that customers can absorb easily and quickly, allowing them to stay current, competitive, and to become leaders who can make better decisions. Today, our solutions include a library of tens of thousands of business book summaries, which more than 1 million subscribers use, including 20% of the Fortune 500 companies.

Insurance and Banking Sector
Belfius

Brussels-based Belfius is the only integrated bank and insurance company that focuses 100% on local customers. The financial institution employs 7,000 people from 23 nations and has more than 3 million customers. With its concise and easy-to-digest business summaries, getAbstract has offered crucial support to Belfius’s training program. The acquired knowledge helps Belfius employees stay up-to-date in their work and foster their personal development.

Insurance and Banking Sector
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

To achieve its vision to be Australia’s most customer-connected bank, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank embraces innovation and continually looks for opportunities to enhance the development of its people. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank transitions to a new blended learning approach, with access to getAbstract content as an integral component.

Software Industry
Software and High-Tech

When this leading technology company needed accessible general business information to expand its technology-oriented online library, getAbstract responded. The international company’s professionals downloaded 120,000 book summaries within just six months. getAbstract has earned a 96% employee approval rating and saves the company $320,000 a month.

Post Services
Royal Mail

Royal Mail is the United Kingdom’s leading mail delivery company. It delivers to millions of addresses across the UK and employs over 159,000 people. Its European parcel business maintains one of the largest, ground-based parcel delivery networks in Europe. While e-substitution has led to a steady decline in conventional letter volumes, the company has benefited from a growth in parcel volume powered by e-commerce.