Car makers train dealers with LMS

Lloyd, Tom
July 2004
IT Training;Jul/Aug2004, p13
Trade Publication
Renault SA and Nissan Corp. are rolling out a global learning management system to deliver technical training to their worldwide dealer networks. The multi-million-pound project is designed to improve the performance of dealers, strengthen branding and improve staff retention. "They want one global system they can then customize to each country's requirements," said Greg Kontusz, Saba's vice-president of marketing and alliances. The system will initially be used by primary and secondary dealers for both companies in five continents. Content will be available in several languages, and will cover a range of subjects, from sales support to the latest technical developments.


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