Gyrus is a globally recognized award-winning LMS platform used in more than 25 countries. With our multitenant environment support, exceptional user experience, holistic features, flexibility to create customized workflows and multiple languages. Gyrus is the LMS partner of choice for some of the leading enterprises in your industry.
The Utility Industry is a widespread Industry with employees working from different parts of the globe. We understand the needs of a global industry and have inculcated more than 16 languages. Our software also has disability access which provides support for employees with language difficulty or impairment.
GyrusAim provides robust tracking capabilities in our LMS. We understand how important it is for utility companies to track the employee’s skills to plan and narrow the skill gap. Our tools provide individual tracking of each employee. Company officials can also keep a track of the number of courses which employees are taking and what are the courses which need improvement.
The Utility Industry have well-informed employees working actively and we provide a learning environment that promotes self-learning. Our tools enable self-guided learning where employees can go about their courses. The officials of Utility firms need not spend time in enrollments or course mapping. Our automation takes care of registration and online training while officials can focus on uplifting the company.
Utility industries are helped to manage and train effectively and efficiently over a dispersed workforce. We provide you with built certification after the completion of each course for every employee or partner learning. This helps in keeping a track of the skills learned while insuring credibility.
Our Mobile support enables employees and learners access to take courses from their comfort zone at their preferred time. Mobility access gives employees the freedom to chose when they are in the best state to learn improving their learning capacity and overall productivity.
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