TITLE

Nike LMS goes global after US thumbs-up

PUB. DATE
September 2003
SOURCE
IT Training;Sep2003, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Shoe manufacturer Nike Global Footwear has announced that it will take its LMS to its factories and offices around the world, supporting a wide range of training topics. The move will give 10,000 employees access to the system, which Nike's U.S. division has been using for more than 18 months. 'We required a proven global solution that is capable of managing a blended environment of both online and classroom-based education programmes,' explains Kathy Milhauser, technical training manager for Nike Global Footwear. The LMS, GeoLearning Inc.'s GeoMaestro system, will be made available to Nike staff via an ASP model.
ACCESSION #
10761212

 

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