AICC Certifies Learnet
Getronics' Learnet achieves AICC Certification
Sugar City, Idaho USA July 23, 2002 The Aviation Industry Computer-Based Training Committee (AICC) announced this week the certification of Getronics Learnet 1.2 as compliant with the AICCs web-based Computer Managed Instruction (CMI) guidelines (AGR-010). Learnet is the first Italian LMS (Learning Management System) vendor to receive AICC certification.
The ease in which Learnet passed through the certification process speaks to the high level of comittment shown by Getronics AICC project team as a whole. Learnet has clearly demonstrated its ability to enable its customers (private companies and public institutions) to deliver a full training experience oriented towards effective human resources skills management.
Gentronics considers the adoption of the AICC CMI interoperability guidelines as a natural evolution of Learnet in response to market requests for smarter investments in time and intellectual capital training strategies. As Learnet matures, Getronics plans to further improve its feature set based on lessons learned from the ongoing efforts of the AICC and other international learning technology standards committees.
The AICC's mission is to provide and promote information, guidelines and standards that result in the cost-effective implementation of CBT and WBT. The AICC has long been an advocate of interoperable learning technology. More information is available on the organizations web site at www.aicc.org.
Getronics is a networked global company, organised to give clients the benefits of a strong local presence with worldwide consistency. In 2001, Getronics invested in the development of a compact corporate marketing team, the Global Business Development unit. Located at its Amsterdam headquarters, this unit defines the global offering, programmes, and provides support for the development of international business.
Getronics is both a global and local company. Individual country operations have profound knowledge of their local business conditions. Getronics is always close to the client, geographically and culturally, all around the world. The company has 28,500 specialists in over 30 countries worldwide.
Local country subsidiaries have full responsibility for both their resources and for their clients. Their ability to deliver locally is the foundation on which Gentronics create international business opportunities.
Getronics clients are predominantly large enterprises and government institutions. Many clients work with Getronics internationally. Others operate mostly in a single country. In some countries, Gentronics also works with mid-size enterprises and local government institutions.
Getronics business structure puts the client at the heart of everything. They follow the full cycle of ICT development and application, from initial idea, through implementation to long-term management. Gentronics presents itself to clients as a single, reliable, professional partner for the complete ICT life-cycle.
Getronics core competencies are as follows:
From these two key areas of competence, Getronics has developed four global programmes. These form a useful framework for presenting a business focus consistently around the world.
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