Keyla Waslawski, Manager Operations
Atomic designed the system architecture and wrote software and firmware for:
The new platform also integrates with Bridge Learn to offer e-learning. Participants can improve their CQ via videos and articles, and the system can customize curriculum based on the student’s CQ scores.
Previously, all training came from in-person facilitators. The new system is more affordable and easier for companies who want on-demand training.
- The new platform expanded CQC’s product offering and customer base.
- In its first 4 months, more than 10,000 new people used the portal.
- CQC is now able to offer training services on demand.
- The tool significantly lowers administrative overhead with smart automation.
There’s no question the platform is already performing at the rate of $1 million in annualized revenue. And it’s been such a smooth process. Existing users have gone out of their way to tell us how much they love it.
The team’s careful project management, client communication, cutting-edge architecture, and cohesive design strategy helped the team ship the product on time and on budget.
Reflecting back on the multi-year, high-profile project, Robinson said Atomic helped his company arrive at a special moment in time.
“We'd never done anything this big. Ever,” he said. “We’re live across all the major pillars Atomic said they would deliver on. It was delivered on time, on budget, to expectation, live. Not three or four milestones late with people leaving and the platform half-baked and full of bugs.”
StoryLoom began open-beta in December 2022. A global launch is scheduled for the spring of 2023.
“Our future is pretty bright,” said Robinson. “We’ve been given a rare opportunity to find success by chasing opportunities Starship Enterprise-style: going where people aren’t—pushing boundaries.”