Udemy Business case study: Sopra Steria’s move to online training

Switching from face-to-face training to an online platform is a huge challenge, especially for a tech company with 4,200 employees in 30 countries. Udemy Business published this case study to illustrate the many benefits of making the transition.

CLIENT: Udemy Business
AUDIENCE: Learning and development leaders

Face-to-face training is costly, and it takes up lots of time. This makes it difficult for technology companies to keep large workforces of critical talent up to date with technical skills and certifications.

This case study explains how Udemy Business – and its features such as Learning Paths and International Collections – helped Sopra Steria increase the scale, scope, agility, and speed of its learning and development programme.

Senior Copywriter Craig wrote this article, Sopra Steria Upskills Critical Talent 50% faster with Online Learning Through Udemy Business, on behalf of Udemy Business following an interview with Sopra Steria’s Training and Development Consultant, Sergio Monroy Gómez.

It shows how, since launching the platform, the company has been able to upskill and certify more people at a reduced cost and in less time – helping it keep up with fast-moving technology and meet client expectations.

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“It was a real eye-opener interviewing Sergio and writing this piece. It showed me how difficult and expensive it is to train and certify developers and engineers with traditional methods. And it clearly educates other tech companies about the (now obvious)  benefits. I also enjoyed witnessing Sergio’s genuine excitement for the platform.”

Craig, Senior Copywriter, Radix Communications

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