Best HR Tech – Learning Management System
In this new era of work where existing roles have transformed and new ones formed, the need for organisations to reskill their employees has never been more critical. And the world of learning will have to evolve too. The workforce needs to learn, unlearn and relearn, so as to adapt and meet the new demands of Industry 4.0.
In order to help their people learn and reskill in this increasingly digitalised and agile world of work, there is a need for employers to have a robust and world class learning management system.
And the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards 2020 looks to recognise the best Learning Management solution providers who have empowered organisations to provide effective and adaptive learning platforms for their employees.
Picking up the coveted Gold Award for Best HR Tech – Learning Management System is imc. The company, whose Asia’s headquarter was established in Singapore in 2016, has been redefining the way learning is delivered and designed through innovative learning technology such as artificial intelligence (AI) for the last 23 years.
Its solutions for learning management, performance support and authoring help organisations design an even more effective training strategy.
Whether it is classroom or digital, social, on the job, blended, mobile or adaptive learning based on artificial intelligence, imc’s 360° Learning Management platform is designed to meet their customers’ different learning needs.
Speaking upon receiving the Gold Award, an elated Ivana Lee, imc’s Managing Director Asia, thanked her team and reaffirmed the company’s commitment to bring more innovation to its customers in Asia.
“We are delighted to receive this award. Especially in Asia, it is so important to be known for high-quality solutions,” she said.
“With our German technology and the ability to translate our knowledge to the needs of the Asian market, I am very proud of our team, strategic partners, and the work we have done to serve our customers. We will continue to strengthen our presence here,” she added.
imc has been working with organisations across the private and public sectors for over 23 years to redefine the way that learning is designed and implemented through a combination of technology systems and tools, content and strategy. Their award-winning product portfolio comprises learning management, performance support and authoring solutions.
More than 1,200 commercial enterprises, government organisations and educational institutes with over 5 million users around the world rely on imc‘s holistic and bespoke solutions. They are located at 12 offices around the world with 300 employees to serve your complex requirements. imc focuses on supporting organisations where learning is key to the business performance and viability, beyond a feel-good measure and a nice-to-have.
For more information, visit www.im-c.com.