Pluralsight Best in Tech Awards

Meet our winners and learn from their stories

Thomas Reuters
Best in Workflow Efficiency

Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters gave each product engineering leader a goal of increasing coding days by 10%. By partnering with Pluralsight Flow, they were able to track metrics and ensure teams were empowered to define processes that are repeatable, simple and free of obstruction, as well as creating an engaged culture through coding days.

Applied Materials
Best in Agility

Applied Materials

With Junaid Ahmed, Corporate VP of Finance, leading the charge, Applied Materials completed one of the fastest digital transformations ever in the finance sector. By partnering with Pluralsight, they were able determine the skill level of every team member, skill up where needed, and provide ongoing learning after the initial transformation was completed. Because of this, Applied Materials now leads the charge in Agile financial digital transformation.

Best in Upskilling Programs

ANZ Bank

When the pandemic hit, ANZ Bank rapidly responded by making Pluralsight Skills available to every technologist who needed to move into a modern technology role. Today, over 3,000+ technologists at ANZ Bank have made use of innovative skill development programs so they can be future fit, while leaders understand current capabilities to inform future strategies and skill development plans.

Best in Skills Transformation at Scale


As a Fortune Global 500 company, scaling learning and development for over 600K employees isn’t easy. Accenture leaned on Pluralsight as a part of its internal skill development program to take inventory of skills, fill gaps, and provide the necessary breadth and depth of skills to all employees—creating a highly-agile organization that continuously evolves its skills and business practices to helps their clients transform quicker than ever before.

Kar Global
Best in Transformation through Data


Through the leadership of Shawn Humphries, VP Product Development, KAR was able to use data as a flashlight to prove team value and get to the heart of how projects are completed. KAR’s goal of building a world-class software development company with a high-performing team has become a reality with the help of Pluralsight Flow. Shawn and team have been able to use data to increase KAR’s retention, prove the value of engineering teams, place high performers in leadership, build a culture of excellence and provide a big picture story for leadership and employees.

Deutsche Bank
Best in workforce transformation

Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank, one of the top financial groups in the world, has transformed a legacy organization into an engineering-led culture that delivers. They have transformed their talent development, top talent retention, and business outcomes, including a successful Google Cloud migration—all thanks to emphasized GCP learning, hackathons, and engineering days with Pluralsight.


Under the leadership of CTO Manpreet Singh, Capita is committed to nurturing a culture of transparency that enables them to spotlight and scale best practices while restructuring their software organization. A collaborative, data-driven approach is at the heart of Capita's Pluralsight Flow rollout, led by David Rowles & Alan Rabbitte.


Finastra has defined new skills and roles for their Global Managed Services division, and created an ideal state for future skills readiness and an accelerated business strategy.


By aligning Pluralsight content to IEC62443-4-1 requirements, Signify was successful in certifying a large number of individual learners, as well as the company as a whole.


When leadership at WooliesX first created a skilling up environment, it was focused solely on the learner. Since then, they have evolved to a strategy-based approach, increased those who are skilling up and have created an engaged partnership with Pluralsight.


Leadership at Capgemini has worked relentlessly to engage its global workforce of 280,000 employees to build stronger tech skills.


BT is a best-in-class organization, fully encompassing a strategic approach to tech skills development by actively encouraging learning as a part of their company culture.


By carefully and thoughtfully leveraging Pluralsight Skills and Flow, OSIsoft has created an impressive culture of learning that demonstrates its commitment to employees and customers, data-driven engineering management and faster product delivery.

WBA IT Academy Team

Walgreens Boots Alliance has shown exemplary partnership when it comes to technology skill development and creating a collective and global IT community.

Sue Stubbs and Steve Broderick, Stanley Black & Decker

Stanley Black and Decker is a Fortune 250 business that’s been able to strategically leverage AI, Data Analytics, and ML to guide and safeguard company growth—while facilitating continuous upskilling for its teams.


For Mindtree, continuous learning is key to market competitiveness and differentiation in a rapidly-evolving technology landscape. By setting up customized learning journeys based on how content is consumed, and through co-creating newer ways to track learning on Pluralsight, Mindtree has enabled employees around the world to enhance their tech proficiencies and meet their learning goals, while closely monitoring their progress and performance for optimal learning effectiveness. All this has helped the company build cutting-edge competencies required to deliver innovative digital transformation solutions.

WBA IT Academy Team

LTI has taken learning to the next level by including Pluralsight in its Shoshin School learning platform. LTI implemented Pluralsight in record time and enabled access to LTItes across the globe. This customized solution adopts innovative learning methodologies that ensure high-quality experiences and has achieved an adoption rate of more than 90%, with employees accessing a wide range of programs through well-crafted, tailored learning pathways.