VW Credit: Creating Employee Training With Articulate Is “Too Good to Be True”

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Case Studies, Customers

In a new case study, Nathalie Zemke, Learning Consultant with VW Credit (a subsidiary of Volkswagen), says the following of her experience with the Articulate Rapid E-Learning Studio:

nathaliezemke.jpg “I’d just taken a Flash 8 course to learn how to use it in conjunction with our authoring tool. Flash was very time-consuming, but with Presenter, I could take advantage of Flash without special knowledge.

“In ten minutes, I created a significant sample portion of a web-based training (WBT) course. It seemed too good to be true!


VW Credit’s Knowledge Enhancement Team is now using the full studio suite to create SCORM-compliant courses that are deployed via their Learning Management System (LMS). Here’s a screenshot of a Presenter-produced course with an Engage interaction:


Learn more in the full VW Credit, Inc. case study. You can find more case studies on our clients page.

1 response to “VW Credit: Creating Employee Training With Articulate Is “Too Good to Be True””


Looks like VW Credit is doing some great things with Articulate software. Thanks very much for sharing with us Nathalie and Gabe. And, I like the Engage circle diagram in the case study. I didn’t know VW owned Bentley! Very nice….

Sheldon Swimmer // Posted at 10:39 pm on September 12th, 2007

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