Continuous learning

Every company needs effective learning. What’s your learning priority?

It might be job skills and development, system and process enablement, or driving a deeper knowledge culture towards your organization, partners or customers.

Whatever the priority, with the right strategy, tools, and techniques you can start anywhere and go anywhere.


The Future of Learning Discover the importance of continuous learning

Learn more about organic learning, snackable content, the effects of automation on the job market and why 80% of employees want to upskill their knowledge to prepare for the future.

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When it comes to learning, every customer situation is unique. So our approach, the way we work together, is ’start anywhere, go anywhere’.


for your business applications to succeed

your users need to be trained and coherently enabled  

for your company to be agile

your employees need efficient learning solutions

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help our customers build their learning strategy, the road map and get there  

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Engage your business in your data journey with a data catalog

To become data-driven, organizations need to establish a rock-solid data culture where everyone recognizes the value of data and takes ownership. One of the keys to supporting and enabling this dynamic in the long run is data governance: clear agreements about the way data is organized and managed throughout the organization, where to find the data for reporting and analytics, and who is responsible. In recent times, data governance tools, like the business glossary & data catalog, (a.k.a. ‘metadata management tool’, ‘data governance tool’, or, more commonly, ‘data catalog’) have proven indispensable parts of a data culture. Here’s why.
 
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How a modern data platform facilitates data transparency

In recent years, ‘data transparency’ has gained a lot of attention. And it’s not hard to see why: with data playing a decisive role in our lives, we demand to know where information comes from and whether we can trust it. Organizations need to keep a clear overview of all the data they’re collecting as well: not just for compliance, but also to tap into its full potential. Here's where a modern data platform can make all the difference.    
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Solving the Industry 4.0-puzzle in discrete manufacturing

There’s no shortage of solutions today for boosting efficiency, lowering costs, increasing safety, or even exploring entirely new business models in manufacturing. And yet, eleven years after the terms ‘Industry 4.0’ and ‘Factory of the future’ were coined, most companies still find it hard to imagine exactly how these individual tools fit together to solve their unique challenges. By mapping these challenges onto delaware’s Industry 4.0 model and bringing it into practice, our experts Piet Vanwolleghem and Rens Bonnez want to help companies see the forest for the trees.
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Ensuring business continuation in the automotive sector: 3 pillars

There’s no industry like the automotive industry: nowhere else is the relationship between OEMs (in this case: car manufacturers) and tier 1 suppliers so critical for long-term business survival. This unique dynamic poses a number of potentially business-breaking challenges. “To become future-proof and ensure business continuation, automotive players need not only to understand these challenges. They must also be able to measure their progress on specific KPIs,” argues delaware’s automotive expert Glenn Huybrechts, who developed a unique KPI framework based on three pillars.
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