The importance of SuccessFactors LMS and it’s Benefits
With Guest Speaker Ash Waldron, SuccessFactors Consultant, Gavdi Group
A recent study has found that technology based learning accounted for 41 percent of learning hours available and 41 percent of learning hours used in most organisations. An LMS is integral to delivering and tracking online learning. Even if you have an LMS in place, the challenge is that it might not be the right LMS. A next-generation LMS like SuccessFactors Learning not only automates the learning process, it offers powerful reporting features and the flexibility to manage all types of third-party and custom content as well as peer-to-peer and on-the-job training. It can also turn learning activities into profitability drivers by integrating seamlessly with performance management, career development and succession planning.
This webinar, by a Gavdi subject matter expert in Learning Management Systems, Ash Waldron, will provide attendees with invaluable insights into how learning management systems can improve employee skills, reduce compliance risk, and effectively train external learning audiences.
Ash Waldron will also provide attendees with a ‘real life’ experiences of implementing the SAP SuccessFactors Learning Management solution, with the benefits that can be derived from its deployment – in addition to the potential pitfalls to avoid.
The webinar will cover
- An Introduction into Learning Management
- An overview of SuccessFactors Learning Management.
- Results and benefits from a successful implementation
- Questions and Answers session
The Gavdi Group is an employee-owned company with a proud Scandinavian heritage and an outstanding reputation for delivering award-winning SAP and SuccessFactors Solutions.
Since we opened our first office in Copenhagen in 1999, our history is one of continuous innovation and expert delivery in the area of SAP solutions. We have used our success to expand our areas of operation in to 13 countries in the EMEA region, much of which was driven by customer demand.