Honeywell deploys LMS to gel learning

February 2004
IT Training;Feb2004, p11
Trade Publication
Honeywell is pulling its training information into one platform, replacing 12 previous systems that were scattered around the globe. The U.S. giant is deploying Saba's Learning Management System in a bid to improve its corporate objectives through enterprise learning. Honeywell believes the centralised strategy will ensure its 100,000 employees get the right training. "At Honeywell we see that learning drives results," explains Mark Sullivan, Honeywell's corporate director of learning operations and marketing excellence.


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