Global news and information giant Reuters has implemented an integrated assessment tool from Can Studios to improve training for 15,000 of its employees worldwide.
Reuters' Global Learning division is deploying Can's Canvas Learning across six business areas, including customer services, sales and marketing.
The tool integrates with the company's existing learning management system, Oracle iLearning.
Can Studios said Canvas Learning would allow Reuters to create and roll out assessments and quizzes to staff quickly and easily.
"We presented Reuters with a very fast template for developing their most common type of assessment, multiple-choice tests," said Russell Grocott, managing director of Can Studios.
"Canvas also has a full range of wizards for creating the more glamorous multimedia-type questions. At this stage, though, Reuters' materials don't incorporate much of the more exotic stuff since this takes a bit longer to produce."
Reuters was previously using a stand-alone assessment system, for which content had to be developed by third parties.
Paul Hilton, Can Studios' technical director, said: "Being able to unify the assessments with the learning framework presented a huge benefit for Reuters' training managers. The Canvas tool we provided enables them to create and manage large test banks themselves."
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