Edmonton, Canada, April 19, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Jeppesen’s move to Olé follows other well-known aviation organizations like Rockwell Collins, Alaska Airlines, Boeing, Air Canada & Canadian Air Force who have chosen the Olé platform to manage the training delivery of both Flight and Maintenance Training using the integrated LMS/LCMS/TMS combination. This shared database approach along with the Software as a Service (SaaS) delivery model provides a rapidly deployed turnkey solution.
John D Reasoner, Rockwell Collins’ Principle Multimedia Engineer commented, “Rockwell Collins is a Global Company with training departments around the world. Having a central location for our CBT content, ILT scheduling and downloads has significantly reduced our cycle time in development and customer response. It is very easy to set our customers up with the blended learning solutions they are looking for.
"Ole has enabled us to have a central place for SME's, ISD's, Programmer and Customers to work in. The Markup feature of Ole is marvelous - it allows us to capture comments and changes anywhere in the world. Some of our SME's are on the other side of the world and having a web based interface for validation and verification has proved itself time and time again. All of these elements have reduced our cycle time and saved money."
VTN’s CEO/President, George Uhrich added, “With our aggressive investment in product development, it is gratifying to see many existing clients renewing contracts with us including Air Canada who have signed a three year extension, Rockwell Collins who are expanding the system to serve an increasing user base.. New clients also include Biogen, International House of Pancakes (IHOP), DirecTV, Government and others.”
Uhrich also commented, “VTN is hoping to announce two new huge customer wins in the Aviation sector at the World Aviation training Conference and Tradeshow. VTN will be at booth # 601.”