Brainier Announces Passing of VP – Customer Experience, Jenny Ellingen

Brainier Announces Passing of VP – Customer Experience, Jenny Ellingen

Brainier Solutions issued the following statement: “It is with great sadness that we announce that Jenny Ellingen, Vice President of Customer Experience, passed away Saturday at home surrounded by family, due to complications from a long illness. The entire Brainier and BI-Worldwide families mourn this loss and extend our deepest sympathies to the Ellingen family. Jenny was a deeply caring individual and that passion led her to create and manage an award-winning customer support team.”

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Jerry Cox, President of Brainier Solutions, issued the following statement on behalf of Brainier and BI-Worldwide: “With the passing of Jenny Ellingen, Brainier has suffered a tremendous loss. Notwithstanding that loss, Brainier’s commitment to continuity of service is assured. The customer support team will continue to follow the principles of caring that Jenny helped to establish. Brainier leadership will endeavor to improve the customer’s experience and uphold the high level of quality Jenny worked to establish.”

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Brainier is an award-winning SaaS company modernizing eLearning. Built upon a custom-designed database for nuanced audience segmentation, The Brainier LMS is scalable for groups of any size. Brainier offers robust analytics, an off-the-shelf content library, and rapid implementation. Brainier is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Minneapolis-based, BI WORLDWIDE.

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