The Allstate “Value of the Brand” course employs multimedia and interaction in an informative journey showing employees where Allstate has been and where it is going.
Houghton-Mifflin-Harcourt engaged us to perform a needs analysis to determine how best to aid teachers and consultants using HMH’s many educational offerings to schools nationwide.
Using a combination of scenario-based learning with interactive elements that simulate the switches on a dashboard, this twenty-minute course teaches Mack Trucks salespeople not only how to best sell this truck, but also how to use it.
Do you know the difference between a rebuilt and a remanufactured part?
This 10-minute microlearning uses interactivity and short animations to quickly and clearly explain the difference between these commonly-confused terms.
Founded in 1900, Mack Trucks needs little introduction to even the most ardent truck-phobe. We love working with Mack Trucks on their classroom and online learning initiatives.
We worked with Penn Mutual to create a series of eLearning modules geared to millennials who need to understand their financial planning tools and use those tools when working with Penn prospects and clients.
Truck dealerships have unique stocking requirements: When a vehicle needs a part, it’s needed immediately and, given the number of truck models, configurations, and years, a wide variety of parts must be kept on hand to satisfy that need. On the other hand, space and other limitations make it impossible to keep on hand every part a customer is ever likely to ask for.
Do you know the difference between a rebuilt and a remanufactured part? This 10-minute microlearning uses interactivity and short animations to quickly and clearly explain the difference between these commonly-confused terms.
The Volvo Customer Relationship Management course that we built for Volvo in 2015 focuses not on the nuts and bolts of CRM tools, as many CRM trainings do. Instead, the course is focused on the human component of customer relationship management.
In 2014, two firefighters lost their lives in a blaze caused by unpermitted welding on a windy day in Boston, Massachusetts.