How one pharmaceutical company fixed its outdated training program

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How one pharmaceutical company fixed its outdated training program

How one company leveraged its online training platform to build a pharmaceutical compliance training program

in 2011, all our evaluations were paper-based,” said Mihai Csaki, senior trainer for the company’s Health Solutions division. “I looked at the LMS and realized it was too basic. I had to correct over 2,200 questions and evaluations in my first three months of activity – impossible.”

Continue reading to learn about Purdue’s solution to a growing need for a flexible LMS that could seamlessly grow with the company’s people, through all stages of employment.

Mihai and the team reached a point where learning at Purdue was limited because they’d simply reached the technological limitations of the existing LMS. So, they started asking questions.

To start, Purdue Pharma Canada needed an LMS that could integrate with the company’s HR system to automatically maintain the user database based on actions taken within the HR system. This, along with single sign-on, simplifies the onboarding process for new hires who previously had to remember multiple usernames and passwords.

What’s next for pharmaceutical training and regulatory compliance?

Learn more about Purdue Pharma Canada’s successful implementation of the Docebo LMS for internal training, and get behind-the-scenes insight into Docebo’s vision for the future of professional development at all stages of employment.