Tenaris is a global manufacturer and supplier of steel pipes and related services, primarily for the energy industry, employing 22,000 people in 30 countries.
Since the launch of Tenaris University 14 years ago, learning has largely become digitized, leaving Tenaris in need of an upgrade.
So what were they looking for? Tenaris wanted an environment that encouraged knowledge sharing and promoted a social aspect of learning. The team also wanted an interface that reflected how people were building knowledge all the time, through lectures but also experiences and interactions.
So what did they do that has close to 50% monthly average usage?
Our latest success story walks through their new learning strategy and how the implementation of Degreed is driving 15% increase in cost efficiency. Read it now.