Recalling the early days of the company's existence, Jim Breen (37) says: "In 1999, when I set up PulseLearning, I convinced my then six-year-old daughter and three-year-old son to share a bedroom so that I could use the other bedroom as an office. The deal was closed when I told them their sacrifice would be remembered as the place where the global giant PulseLearning was born. I find that stories about giants usually work with children."
PulseLearning specialises in producing learning solutions for companies that are operating in highly regulated environments worldwide -- sectors such as financial services, pharmaceuticals manufacturing, medicine/healthcare and technology.
ADDITIONAL BACKGROUND: PULSELEARNING
Recent innovative technologies being developed by PulseLearning include Semantic Learning, a revolutionary 'intelligent' software which anticipates precisely what information a person undergoing training needs, and where their specific learning deficits are. Enterprise Ireland has contributed euro 1.5 million towards the R&D costs of this technology. The Semantic Learning R&D project is a unique initiative: it is being driven by PulseLearning and a small number of other leading Irish eLearning companies; is supported by the Irish government, and is being run from the DERI Institute in Galway.
PulseLearning's commercial success is largely due to two factors: its reputation for cutting by up to 50% the cost to companies of providing essential employee 'on-the-job' training programmes; its ability to take over the entire operation of a client's training division, thus leaving client company executives free to get on with the task of running their business.
"I am often asked for an easy-to-understand description of what it is
exactly that PulseLearning does. Simply put, we sell profit and
profitability to our clients. We sell solutions to our clients that
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