Case Study: St. George Bank

St. George Bank is Australia’s fifth largest bank, with over 8,500 employees. Along with teaching its channels about the bank’s products, St. George must ensure its partners comply with Australian financial regulations. To replace a cumbersome paper-based system used to train its distribution channels, the bank installed SumTotal learning management system (LMS). Find out how the bank benefited from the LMS solution.

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