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International Insurance Organization (IIO) needed a program that would acclimate new hires to a varied technology landscape that includes Cisco, Citrix, Microsoft, VMware and IBM products.
The learning solution covered IBM InfoSphere Discovery, FastTrack and DataStage, with two tailored courses each.
By implementing SharePoint, a worldwide gas corporation sought to improve workplace efficiency, enhance collaborative opportunities, and advance document management capabilities while maintaining a high level of security and control.
Our training solution put our instructor, a former military officer, aboard their ship. He flew halfway around the world with the course equipment to a U.S. Navy ship.
Big data is changing industries. A new application made possible by cloud computing, data is about patterns and trends and forward-looking business intelligence.
Customized Microsoft Certification Training Increases Help Desk Efficiency. Read out case study with Teleperformance's experience with GK.
Technicians learned how to upgrade platforms to support 10,000 satellite offices with custom, on-site training. Needs analysis case study by Global Knowledge.
International oil company needed to train 80,000+ end-users and 4,000 IT support personnel. These professionals were located at more than 1,300 locations in over 100 countries. There wasn't a corporate learning and development office. Each office site, or regional operating unit, made its own training decisions.
Learn how a company stopped losing employees to competitors by using a customized program to help motivate, train, and retain the right employees.
Training for managing and planning mandated certifications. Global Knowledge helped increase U.S. Air Force compliancy worldwide.
The training solution's main goal was to maximize the experience of each attendee regardless of their prerequisite knowledge. Training needed to be delivered on three continents.
Failure to meet the certification provisions could expose individuals to loss of position and agencies could possibly lose funding by the U.S. Congress.