Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article The top 500 companies in the world, referred to as the Global 500, will betargeted for e-learning as a result of a strategic relationship between leadingHR outsourcing company Exult and the world’s biggest e-learning company,SmartForce. The six-year deal is predicted to be worth between $17m and $28m. The agreement means that SmartForce’s e-learning solution will beincorporated into Exult’s e-HR service, which is designed to manage the entirehuman resource function. Exult struck a landmark outsourcing deal with BP in1999 worth £375m and its aim is to deliver outsourced e-HR to all the Global500. “The Exult model continues to gain attention in the marketplace andthis relationship marries the strengths of two market leaders while givingSmartForce a powerful new channel into a critical segment of the enterprisemarket,” says Paul Henry, senior VP of SmartForce. The SmartForce e-learning solution contains over 11,000 hours of training,broken down into 20,000 learning objects and permits its own and third-partyand proprietary content to be integrated into customisable instructional paths.It will enable Exult clients to organise e-learning content, implement trainingassessment and certification programs and build knowledge capital. Exult also intends to offer the SmartForce solution to improve productivityof its own employees and, in conjunction with the e-learning company, will bedeveloping unique training content on HR strategy and managing human capital. www.exult.netwww.smartforce.com Comments are closed. E-learning for the Global 500On 1 Jan 2002 in Personnel Today
"E-learning for the Global 500"