Case Studies

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  • AkzoNobel used Assima technology to train more than 100,000 employees and customers quickly and cost effectively on its new paint mixing application.
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  • Assima helped Applied develop and deliver end-user training to support a large scale SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation.
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  • Consulting firm BearingPoint reduced employee training time by replacing static, screenshot-based classroom training with Assima cloning technology.
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  • Boehringer Ingelheim used the Assima Training Suite (ATS) to train several thousand employees on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
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  • "Over three years we have significantly reduced maintenance costs and have greatly increased the quality of our training."
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  • A leading Canadian retail bank partnered with Assima to train 2,500 staff on a new application, ultimately enhancing mortgage services for customers.
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  • Engie transitioned 4,000 internal employees and partners to a new CRM release over a single weekend thanks to Assima technology.
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  • A major global retail bank trained more than 5,000 staff in Germany quickly and cost effectively with Assima Training Suite (ATS).
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  • A leading Japanese automotive manufacturer uses Assima's solution to deliver a sophisticated parts-ordering application for retailers and distributors.
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  • Plan International partnered with Assima to train thousands of employees around the world on new SAP systems quickly, consistently and cost effectively.
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  • Assima helped RSA save more than $385,000 a year by reducing the time needed to train each employee by 30%.
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  • Schneider Electric trained 130,000 employees on new core business applications quickly and effectively, reducing training costs by 30%.
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  • SFR reduced the number of days to develop content by 70% and gained a two-month improvement on their initial plan.
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