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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Clarity helps a community college in Canada convert courses from an in-person classroom format to online classes in a tight timeframe.
Clarity helps a health benefits company create eLearning modules that will provide their salesforce with a solid foundation on the company’s sales tactics.
Clarity helps GoGo Business Aviation create a training program that will provide installers with a solid foundational understanding of GoGo technology.
Clarity helps a leading professional services firm develop a learning course with student participation in social and team building activities to help employees move through the ranks of the company.
A large, high-technology service provider for multinational corporations decided to completely refashion their approach to performance management.
eMeter, a Siemens Business, turns meter data into useful information to help utilities and their customers make smarter energy decisions.
Clarity supported Zebra’s migration to a blended learning environment.
Clarity helped Technip anchor a new working culture within the company through innovative new ideas for improving the current eLearning environment.
The sixth largest wireless telecommunications network in the United States needed to change two of its billing systems because of a change in Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations.
PLS Financial Services®, one of the largest organizations in the check cashing industry, wanted to train its employees how to complete federal and state tax forms, so it decided to convert its existing instructor-led training to a self-paced eLearning format.
AAA, the world’s largest emergency road service provider and the nation’s largest travel agency, wanted to reduce travel costs by converting its five-day instructor-led training for Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) agents to a blended learning format.
AlliedBarton Security Services (AlliedBarton), the largest American-owned security officer services company, wanted to convert its instructor-led training programs to an eLearning format so that training would be accessible to employees across the country.
Chiquita Brands International (Chiquita), a global food product marketer and distributor, was implementing a new human resources (HR) system. The company had planned to roll out the system in several phases, but it did not have the internal resources needed to deliver training support for the system implementation.
CUNA Mutual Group, a global provider of financial services and insurance products to credit unions, initiated a large systems project to automate many tasks that were normally completed manually for customers. This large-scale project involved several subprojects, including technology development, job redesign, and training support.
Ferrellgas, the second largest propane distributor in the United States and Puerto Rico, chose to update its customer service and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to the most recent version.
One of the largest certified organic supermarkets in the United States needed a new training course to cover topics such as union awareness and other fundamental HR issues and policies. The client wanted the content to be delivered using eLearning so that supervisors across the country could complete the training.
Rohm and Haas, a leader in specialty and performance materials, implemented an upgrade to its SAP enterprise resource planning software system. As part of this larger project, the client recognized the need to develop training courses to support the implementation phase, especially for some new target audiences.
A leading government service provider requested that Clarity assist with a training program. The program would describe the relationship between various government agencies regarding planning and developing new products and technologies that would have applications for defense, combat operations, and other areas.
Target, a FORTUNE® 50 retailer, wanted to improve its operations by implementing new conveyer systems in both its import warehouses and distribution centers.
AAA, the world’s largest emergency road service provider and the nation’s largest travel agency, started a large training initiative to support the many changes that the organization had launched.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. needed to update its performance management system. Successful implementation of the new system required significant updates to the related training module, which had to be completed in time to train employees to set and manage their goals for the upcoming year.