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Save 50 Percent of Training Costs Through Automation

Organizations often spend their time and money in training and developing their employees. The challenge of implementing corporate training for employees is even more amplified for organization’s with a larger feet on street presence. The task before one of India’s largest insurance companies was no different.

What was the challenge?

The company used to spend profuse amount of time, energy and resources in getting their employees trained comprising of over 1000 in total. Most of the employees were millennials.

It faced multiple challenges ranging from planning and organising training interventions for a workforce distributed across 1,300 branches in 490+ regions on an ongoing basis, facing delays in training interventions, on-boarding of new employees to measuring training effectiveness.

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With a large and scattered employee base, these problems are common across all banking and insurance companies. With millennials proliferating these industries, learner preferences are shifting towards self-paced learning through bite-sized and easy to consume content.

“It becomes extremely important for organisations to understand the underlying dilemma of a  learner and his abilities to cope up with the current learning systems in a typical organisational setting.”, says Rajesh Kodoth, Chief Business Officer, HandyTrain.

The HandyTrain Solution

The Insurance company took this challenge head on. It revised its existing employee training system by bringing mobile app based training solutions by HandyTrain.

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The result – Within 90 days, it imparted more than 2,000 man-hours of training to all its employees with zero-loss of productive time. This was made possible by HandyTrain – an Artificial Intelligence-aided training and engagement platform for corporate employees.

What was the impact?

To counter the challenges and make it easier to train employees, HandyTrain’s mobile first solution proved to be extremely beneficial and catered everything needed for employee training and development.

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With a staggering 50% reduction in direct training expenses, it trained 1,000+ employees across geographies with zero lead-time from joining to on-boarding. 7 training interventions were conducted simultaneously, across hierarchies and functions. This innovative deployment saw the company get recognised as one of the Best Workplaces by Great Place to Work®, which also recognised HandyTrain as a “Best People Practice.”

“With a pan-India presence, deploying training interventions simultaneously for all users across our organization was a distant dream. With HandyTrain, we could foresee this dream turning into reality.

We on-boarded 500+ users across 28 States and 490 Regions in India in less than 3 days, for our training intervention.

Updating the training content and tracking learning progress has never been easier. We have already rolled-out 5 training programs simultaneously to over 1,000 users, all of which were well-received, with an average user rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 and glowing reviews. Now, managing trainings at a scale becomes a smooth process with HandyTrain.”

–        Lead: Learning & Development

About HandyTrain

HandyTrain is an award mobile first platform helping organization’s across different verticals execute employee training and development.  HandyTrain’s mobile first training platform helps organisations to train and engage large, distributed workforce on the go. Established in 2015, it has successfully helped train more than 75,000 employees from sectors like BFSI, Retail, Pharma, FMCG and Logistics. Client list includes HDFC Bank, India Infoline, Mahindra Insurance, HomeTown, DTDC, Kama Ayurveda, Uber, Kotak Bank and Emami.