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Training: The Key to Manufacturing Workforce Development Success

Manufacturing LMS imageManufacturing contributes $2.09 trillion to the U.S. economy and supports about 17.6 million jobs as it continually grows and changes. (NAM) In this dynamic environment, improving both employee competency and training processes are major challenges.  In such a large industry, employees are often distributed, because many manufacturing companies utilize multiple shifts, buildings and facilities.  Properly using a learning management system not only provides on-demand training for professional and regulatory needs, but also creates training processes that improve overall employee competencies. 

GyrusAim, and its mobile companion MobileAim, is a Learning Management System (LMS) that streamlines employee training and improves safety and efficiency while maintaining regulatory compliance.  GyrusAim supports training for standards and regulations set by ISO 9000, OSHA, the FDA, the EPA and is 21 CFR 11 compliant. It also provides the necessary audit reports for such regulations. Our mobile app makes it possible to instantly check company compliance and employee qualifications from a smart phone or tablet on the production floor or elsewhere.  There is no need to return to the office and check statuses from a computer.  Complete and up-to-date data is easily checked, which saves the company time and money.

Gyrus Systems understands many segments exist in the manufacturing industry with their own unique challenges and training needs and GyrusAim is fully configurable to meet these specific needs.

GyrusAim empowers the business environment by increasing knowledge sharing and engagement, ensuring agile and flexible regulatory compliance. Training delivery costs are reduced by using virtual classrooms and social learning.  Also, training and testing is provided faster to all employees.  For these reasons Gyrus Systems' manufacturing customers are extremely happy with their chosen LMS: GyrusAim. 

Learn more about GyrusAim and manfucturing here.