Allianz Revitalizes Insurance Training With Interactive E-Learning

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Case Studies, Customers

“My training has gone from boring PowerPoint to interactive elearning modules.”
– Rochelle Wehmhoff, Sr. Curriculum Developer

You may recall our friends at Allianz who formed a circle of love around the Engage logo back in August (“Articulate is the Center of Our Training World”). I suggested at the time that perhaps they’d create “an Articulate-powered testimonial” for us. Guess what? They did.


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You’ll also hear Rochelle say the following:

“Some customers are so impressed, they don’t want classroom training anymore; they want elearning. Thanks, Articulate, for helping me to build better training!”

And thank you, Rochelle and the rest of the team at Allianz, for sharing your Articulate experience!

5 responses to “Allianz Revitalizes Insurance Training With Interactive E-Learning”


Wouldn’t it be a better idea to let people download the videos you want them to see? It will save us from watching it download in bits and pieces.

lingis // Posted at 12:14 pm on October 9th, 2007

Are the videos not playing well for you? We didn’t create this case study – our customer did – but the video playback works OK for me.

Besides, the videos by themselves wouldn’t make as much sense outside the context of this case study. 🙂

gabe // Posted at 12:16 pm on October 9th, 2007

How is Allianz tracking the results?

Andrew // Posted at 12:17 pm on November 5th, 2007

I was the developer of the module. I have 2 answers since I am not sure what type of tracking you mean.
1) Customer Satisfaction Statements. When we receive a request from a customer to build a training module, we ask them to complete a survey when it has been launched and completed by their learners. This is how we track overall results & effectiveness. (we are currently at 100% satisfied for 2007 with 77% of that very satisfied)
2) If you mean Quiz & completion results, we use the LMS tracking for that (Syntrio).
I hope that answers your question.

Dan // Posted at 1:04 pm on November 5th, 2007

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