Technology and manufacturing company Honeywell is installing a Saba learning
management system for over 100,000 employees across 100 countries. Honeywell,
which manufactures a range of aerospace and automotive products and control
technologies, as well as electronics and advanced materials, is aiming to use
the system to increase productivity throughout its supply chain and enhance its
"Honeywell has a global network of training resources and facilities
that help employees address ever-changing needs and skill requirements to
contribute better to current and emerging enterprise growth initiatives,"
says Honeywell’s chief learning officer, Rod Magee.
"With Saba, we can provide on-demand, custom training to increase
productivity and maintain competitive advantage. We can also dramatically
reduce costs and optimise our training investments by consolidating 12 training
systems, while offering both uniform and plant site-relevant learning
Honeywell is installing Saba Learning and Saba Content and will conduct a
pilot for three of its aerospace facilities ahead of a full-scale US launch and
a five-continent, multiple language deployment to international employees,
customers and partners.
Honeywell’s director of learning technology and operations, Mark Sullivan,
adds that the technology will also be used to manage competencies and
certification within the organisation.
"Overall, Honeywell will be creating global virtual learning
communities that can access dynamic ‘must-know’ knowledge which supports a
performance culture in net time," he says.