See how Lego and AllenComm revamped a former courseware design to help promote onboarding training engagement and convert the previous course from Flash to HTML5.
CPP came to AllenComm to create a web-based training program that would facilitate better communications for a more effective workplace. Read how this leadership training was built.
Simplot challenged AllenComm to create an onboarding training program that would improve a new leader's ability to manage their teams. Discover how this training was created.
See how Domino's effectively used onboarding training to transform their employees into superstar pizza makers.
Discover how O.C. Tanner's leadership training was built to be relevant, useful, accessible, and offer opportunities to practice the Great Work skills in a fun and engaging ways.
See how QLI created a web-based leadership training course to help employees identify, recognize, and utilize their strengths within their workplace.
See how PQF empowered their patients and providers through highly engaging and intuitive compliance training.
Sales Enablement Training
Certified Angus Beef wanted to create training that would help increase sales and demonstrate the values of the brand. Discover how this sales enablement training was built.
Akamai challenged AllenComm to create an effective sales enablement training that would make their complex material relevant and user-friendly.
Discover how Wellpoint engaged their sales team with varying backgrounds into an informative, responsive, and mobile sales enablement training program.
See how Nordic Naturals developed a brand training program with a consistent message for all employees on the company principles, product base, and brand.
HP needed to share their brand values, voice, and purpose with over 300,000 global learners. Find out how what they did to scale their brand training.
Physician’s Reciprocal Insurers compliance training program was built to keep up with the rapidly evolving healthcare industry and for physicians to receive the required training for insurance against malpractice.
PG&E sought to expand their employee’s understanding of potential concerns and hazards in their industry. The course had to be engaging, meet learner accessibility requirements, use current standards for web compatibility, and be open to the public.