Corporate

 

Hundreds of organizations have relied on BNH to simplify and speed training analysis, forecast and optimize training resources, improve resource allocation, produce audit trails to support recommendations and generate reports that meet various needs. With offices in Montreal and Vermont; and associates in Florida, Virginia, Texas and the United Kingdom, we continue to expand our services while remaining responsive to the needs of our clients. A list of satisfied customers is presented below:

 

Armament

Corporate

Education

Government

Military

ABS Corporate Learning has been using ADVISOR Enterprise since 2015 to forecast, plan and manage training resources. This includes forecasting the effort needed to develop instructor led and computer based training courses, generating project plans, assigning resources and tracking progress in-real time.

Avnet Computers retained BNH in 1992 for increasing business opportunities. An interactive performance support tool was developed to allow potential clients to identify, select and assemble computer systems that meet their needs, and generate purchase orders.

Bank of Canada retained BNH in 1997 for the development a strategy to promote the Learning Center. Once the root-cause of the problem was identified, a Virtual Learning Center was recommended to meet employees’ needs along with a change in policies/procedures.

Caterpillar retained BNH in 1996 for the development of a training strategy to distributors in South America. Once the root-cause of the problem was identified, a performance support tool to assist sales staff in matching the right equipment to clients' needs was proposed along with the use of the Internet for the distribution of training material.

Embraer has been using ADVISOR Enterprise since 2015 to identify the training requirements of various platforms as well as the training needs of each client while satisfying the European Flight Safety Agency (EASA) requirements.

First Data credited ADVISOR Enterprise in the successful migration of many instructor-led courses to Web Based Training and Virtual Classroom; as well as reducing training costs and increasing employees’ productivity by minimizing travel and time away from the job. Read more.

Florida Light and Power Corp used ADVISOR Enterprise to identify the most cost effective venue for the delivery of training.

Kraft Foods retained BNH in 1999 to assess the feasibility, costs and benefits of using computer based training for the delivery of situational leadership skills. ADVISOR revealed that a blended instructor-led and computer based delivery option would be best suited for the content and result in annual savings of approximately $50,000.

Intermec Technology used ADVISOR Enterprise to manage training requirements - a quick and accurate tool for forecasting the time, money and resources needed to administer, manage, develop and deliver instructor-led and self-directed eLearning programs. In addition to meeting ISO requirements and effectively communicating the results to customers and product managers, ADVISOR facilitated the management of training requirements as project scope changed. Read more.

Hewlett Packard used ADVISOR Enterprise to identify the most cost effective venue for the delivery of training.

Hydro Quebec used ADVISOR to identify the most cost effective venue for the delivery of training.

Merck used ADVISOR Enterprise to identify the most cost effective venue for the delivery of training.

Metropolitan Life Insurance retained BNH in 1993 to evaluate the learning needs of thousands of agents. A computer based testing system was developed to assess and track the needs of agents, and report the results to management.

National Bank of Canada retained BNH in 1997 to increase business opportunities. An electronic performance support system was developed to assist small and medium size organizations in the preparation of business plans and loan applications. Advice was offered throughout the process on the strengths and weaknesses of their application and tips for securing loans. Over 15,000 copies of the Business Planning Tool were distributed.

Royal Bank of Canada retained BNH in 1994 to train employees on the effective use of the CENTREX telephone system. An electronic performance support system was developed that simulated the look and functionality of the phone system with a quick reference guide. The tool was distributed through the bank's Wide Area Network.