Sourcing and implementing the right tools to help reduce ‘lost’ fee earning time
Barnett Waddingham were seeking to develop a digital space to maximise learning within the business. Several areas of the business were seeking additional ways of maximising employee’s skills and behaviours to ensure the business was equipped to deliver against business plans, all whilst minimising cost, resource and ‘lost’ fee earning time. We helped them source and implement the right tools to help improve classroom training management and administration, to refresh and publish a new starter induction programme, and to publish a variety of online course content to a new training site. Please click here to learn more.
Helping a national media organisation to migrate to Office 2007 using eLearning
Employees across this media organisation where using different versions of Microsoft Office and the organisation wanted to move onto a single application. To do this it needed to provide a more flexible way for employees to acquire knowledge of the new features available in Microsoft Office 2007. Additionally, the IT department required systems and server training for technical employees which would allow them to deliver a more comprehensive range of applications for the organisation. Facing budget restrictions this media company had to reduce the cost of training employees whilst still providing them with high quality and easily accessible training courses. Please click here to learn more.
Over a four week period, 5000 staff were successfully trained in 27 offices, spanning 19 countries around the globe.
International Law firm, Linklaters LLP, engaged Bytes Software Services’ training division to help them deliver 1200 training sessions in support of their global migration from Microsoft- Office 2003 to Microsoft Office 2010. Please click here to learn more.
Teaching 2800 employees globally about the new features of windows 7 and Microsoft office 2010.
We were approached to create an engaging blended training solution for a global financial investment company ahead of their enterprise wide desktop migration. Please click here to learn more.