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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 Finastra reorganize their customer support groups by providing highly skilled instructional designers.
Clarity helps a leading global software firm develop the framework and learning materials for their sales academy utilizing their existing LMS and facilitate re-education without disrupting business operations.
eMeter, a Siemens Business, turns meter data into useful information to help utilities and their customers make smarter energy decisions.
A leading, global Internet Search Organization and content provider asked Clarity for help in rapid development and deployment of interactive instructional content for a video sharing service’s Learning & Enablement Certification program.
Clarity supported Zebra’s migration to a blended learning environment.
Clarity’s consultant mixed on-site and off-site work to design a training platform that addressed both long-time and seasonal employees.
Clarity helps a multinational retailer emphasize training and development through a half-day training program called “Creative Risk Taking.”
Clarity enabled BJ’s to get employees up to speed with a SAP enterprise reporting project, support employee involvement, and promote new thinking.
Clarity’s consultant helped Quest’s internal team turn raw content and learning objectives into a one-day training program that was challenging and fun.
An industry leader in business software initiated several projects, including designing and developing new sales processes and sales training programs.
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.
A global pharmaceutical company needed to streamline its product launch process to improve its time to market. Management realized that redesigning the process would improve workflow, facilitate communications across departments, and reduce product launch costs.
A leading international insurance company’s vigorous growth had caused many of its policies and procedures to become outdated and inconsistently formatted.
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.
ValleyCrest Companies, the largest integrated landscape services provider in the country, initiated a substantial project to improve productivity by applying the principles of lean production. The project goal was to eliminate waste in the company’s business processes.
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.
A FORTUNE® 500 juvenile products retailer needed management training materials specific to the company’s culture.
An international health information management systems provider needed to update its call center software. The software helped the company respond to customers’ service and support questions.
A FORTUNE® 500 packaged foods company required training to support its hiring efforts. The training needed to address the company’s new selection process, basic interviewing techniques, and legal aspects of making hiring decisions.
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, had a complex new hire training program that needed fine-tuning.
A leading acrylics manufacturer had implemented an SAP upgrade to its enterprise resource planning software. As part of the implementation, training was developed and deployed across the company.