Bangalore, June 07th 2018: Simplilearn, a global leader in online training, announced today its partnership with Orange Romania, the telecom market leader in Romania. Simplilearn will train more than 600 employees in digital technology skills, using a blended learning platform involving online coursework and instructor-led, labs, and student interaction. The domains Simplilearn will provide training for are digital marketing and communication, social media, user experience (UX)/user interface (UI) design and artificial intelligence (AI).
As part of its digital development program called I, Digital, Orange Romania engaged Simplilearn to help align traditionally-skilled employees with the company’s ongoing digital shift. The goal of this digital transformation and training is to reinforce Orange Romania’s commitment to providing a superior customer experience. In order to do this, the aim is to generate awareness on digital and provide new skills. Simplilearn is using tailored learning paths to match training to fit the needs of each element of Orange Romania’s workforce.
“We are proud of the trust that Orange Romania has placed in Simplilearn to bring employees up-to-speed in the latest customer-facing digital technologies, including AI applications and UX/UI enhancements,” said Simplilearn Founder and CEO, Krishna Kumar. “Instrumental in securing this partnership was Simplilearn’s expertise in adapting online course curricula into optimal learning paths for specific job roles and enterprise goals, plus the rigorous content review that each course undergoes.”
“Orange is committed towards training its employees in emerging technologies and equipping them with the skills of the future,” said Luiza Müller, HR Director at Orange Romania. “The digital transformation comes with great opportunities. Our objective is to connect our customers to what is essential to them, to act as a digital coach in order for our customers to benefit from the best experience. Simplilearn’s expertise is a great advantage in this new challenge represented by digitalization.”