Stark Achieves Successful Onboarding and Product Training with eloomi Stark Achieves Successful Onboarding and Product Training with eloomi

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region

Nordics

users

6,000

industry

Building Materials

Building a Better Learning Management Solution

The Stark Group is the largest wholesaler and retailer of building materials across the Nordic region with over 6,000 employees working across 4 countries servicing branches and distribution centers. With so many employees working in so many locations, ensuring they have received the correct training was difficult.

They began an extensive selection process of multiple vendors to find a learning management solution that allowed all these employees to learn in one place no matter where they were. A platform that would be able to handle onboarding and product training for B2C retail employees as well as the B2B Senior Sales teams.

On & Off-site Training

eloomi’s LMS was created to let users learn when it was convenient for them on any device. This is ideal for Stark Group who have employees located in over 250 locations within Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

The entire process of creating training modules is simple for both employees and content producers. In a matter of minutes, you can create content, have it tested, receive feedback on the module and update the content if it is needed.

With universal compliance training across all group brands in place, the multinational, multilingual company can now onboard people smarter and provide more effective, relevant product training. According to Stark Group HR Consultant, Athena R. Júlíusdóttir,

I believe that the learning experience has become more motivating and engaging since we started using eloomi.

Athena R. Júlíusdóttir, Stark Group HR Consultant

Pain

Just in time training across multilocation to achieve successful onboarding and product knowledge.

Gain

Modernized mobile learning that fits the group strategy with a localized brand execution.

Result

Ability to select functionalities to target the distribution of learning.

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