Case Study: Holland America Line

Cruise line Holland America is committed to developing employee skills and competencies, enhancing customer service and satisfaction, and proactively addressing regulatory compliance requirements. At any given time, thousands of the company’s employees are at sea—complicating training and records-keeping. Discover how the cruise line found in SumTotal a solution that increased the skills of a globally dispersed workforce.
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