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Totara Learning shares over 100 LMS success stories

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Totara Learning is delighted to have surpassed 100 case studies, sharing the success stories drawn from our rapidly growing community of over 900 subscribers and 80 partners.

The case studies showcase the award-winning work of Totara Partners worldwide, with stories from 15 countries and 35 Partners. Each of these case studies offer a unique insight into the innovative work our Partners do with Totara LMS and Totara Social every day, in a broad range of sectors including healthcare, hospitality, retail, not-for-profit and government.

The 100th case study comes from Webanywhere customer JetBlue. JetBlue is the fifth largest domestic air carrier in the United States, and uses Totara LMS to support its JetBlue Scholars programme for employees looking to obtain degrees alongside their work while keeping otherwise time-consuming learning administration at a minimum.

Other recent case studies include the Humanitarian Leadership Academy Totara LMS by Catalyst, which was designed to deliver potentially life-saving learning to 100,000 humanitarian professionals worldwide, and the award-winning Drug Free Sport New Zealand platform by Kineo Pacific, which educates sports professionals about anti-doping laws and ethics.

Some of the most significant stories shared over Totara’s five years include those from easyJet, Sky, Sony, Samsung, Volvo, the NHS, the New Zealand Government and many more.

Lars Hyland, Chief Commercial Officer at Totara Learning said: “We are immensely proud of the positive impact Totara’s learning technologies are having across the world. Together with our partners, we recognise the importance of sharing success stories that can inspire all organisations to achieve the rewards and benefits that come from using an open, flexible and feature-rich learning platform.”

More about the great work Totara Partners worldwide are doing with Totara LMS and Totara Social, is available along with full list of case studies on the Totara Learning website. New case studies are being posted on LinkedIn and Twitter, and people can follow the Totara Learning page for the latest stories from the network.