Case studies and customer feedback indicate that Expertus is the change agent that has saved companies millions of dollars, improved executives' perception of training, enhanced operational efficiency, and much more
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) June 11, 2008
As global companies are being asked to do more with less, they are turning to companies such as Expertus to maximize their current training investments. Over the last year, companies such as Jackson Hewitt, Conoco Phillips, United Way, Shaw Construction, Autodesk, Avistar, BEA Systems, TBM and Northrop Grumman have tapped Expertus to help tackle a variety of challenges and improve operations within their learning infrastructure.
Expertus, a global leader in helping companies fuel business growth by maximizing the value of training investments, today announced what they define as the top five training challenges that companies across a wide swath of industries constantly grapple with and look to solve.
- Ineffective Training Portals
While content is at the heart of the learning domain, it must be accessible. Many learning leaders contend that their internal websites and external portals are sometimes a hindrance to accessing courses and content libraries.
- LMS reporting is seriously limited
As the hub for critical data, Learning Management Systems serve a wide variety of purposes. For learning leaders, accessing LMS data and revealing buried information is a challenge that could change the way an entire learning organization operates. Tapping into that well of information is a complicated task and often necessitates assistance.
- Disjointed Learning Architecture
With upgraded systems, brand new software and expanding organizations, the learning architecture can become a tangled web of integrations. Growing infrastructures that house multiple LMSs, LCMS, CRMs and more face many issues that require a major clean-up.
- LMSs are Not Growing with the Company
Organizations often grow without keeping training and development at the forefront. However, new employees, customers and partners require education and bridging this gap is of utmost importance.
- Rapid eLearning Development Challenges
Developing eLearning can be done in many ways, but knowledge and experience are required to strategically build content, modules and effective deployment methodologies. It's an expensive lesson if not handled with prudence and appropriate guidance.
"Expertus began operations working with international business leaders, including Cisco and ADP, and we continue to build a roster of cutting edge organizations that look to us as trusted advisors and solution-based, objective partners," said Ramesh Ramani, Founder and CEO of Expertus. "Our experience indicates that most organizations face some combination of similar problems. They want to tap into a resource that offers technology expertise, consultancy and paths to operational efficiency."
"Case studies and customer feedback indicate that Expertus is the change agent that has saved companies millions of dollars, improved executives' perception of training, enhanced operational efficiency, and much more," added Ramani. "It's all about knowledge of problems and applying solutions that make sense. "
For information on how Expertus tackles these issues and more, please visit http://www.expertus.com.
Expertus a global leader in helping companies fuel business growth through maximizing the value of training investments, provides a variety of training outsourcing services for technology, administration, program management, and strategic initiatives. From implementing and managing LMS and learning-related technologies, to supporting major customer training initiatives, to seamlessly handling all aspects of training administration, Expertus has helped major companies such as NetApp, Cisco, ADP, EMC, Schlumberger, and Hyperion achieve efficiencies in corporate learning and development. Expertus employs 1000 professionals across its offices in the US, UK and India.