Noida, India, April 14, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- eLearning Carnival, a network of eLearning Researchers and Professionals, announced that it has successfully consulted and implemented a Learning Management System for a Global Automobile Giant.
The Far East Asian company, which has a presence in India, works with more than 2500 dealers across India. Each of these dealers have a workforce of 20-25 people that need training on new product launches and servicing standards and SOPs. The company has been training the workforce using the train-the-trainer model, but this mode is not able to catch-up with the vast growth of organizations past five years.
Gireesh Sharma, the Principal Consultant with eLearning Carnival, said, "We are happy on this success in automotive vertical. Our team has helped the client to pinpoint their exact needs & eliminate the non-essential features of the LMS."
L&D Director of the Automobile Company said, "eLearning Carnival provided us practical insights and case studies from the similar industry. These insights helped us to buy what was needed and reduced the time to implement. Our users are also happy with the minimalistic approach. Overall we saved 30% on our LMS purchase."
By moving to Online Learning from Classroom or Train-the-Training model, companies can scale up their offering, collect analytics on training initiatives and provide more training to the employees and network associates. LMS for Extended Enterprise (https://elearningcarnival.com/elearning-services/learning-technologies-lms/) helps the organization to extend their learning resources to partners, customers, vendors without compromising on security.