Car giant bows to EU and installs LMS

October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p8
Trade Publication
A Brussels directive has pushed DaimlerChrysler UK (DCUK) to invest in a learning platform to enable it to better manage training for its franchised dealers. The new EU Block Exemption Regulation aims to encourage competition in the automotive industry by opening up the franchising of authorised sales and service outlets, providing any new entrants meet manufacturer quality and capacity standards. DCUK Dealer Training and Development, based at Milton Keynes, opted for a learning platform from John Matchett based on Pathlore's LMS. It is also implementing a system to provide online assessments to its dealer network, also from John Matchett.


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