All eLearning software produced by PulseLearning is customised so that it may be used on a continual basis and 'on the job' by a dispersed workforce operating in any location and using a variety of technology -- PCs and laptops, iPods, mobile phones and over the internet.
The majority of PulseLearning's client companies are US-headquartered multinationals that have a global reach.
Biographical note Jim Breen:
Galway-born Jim Breen (37) graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering from NUI Galway in 1991. In 2007, he completed the Stanford University California Executive Development Programme along with 30 other Irish-based CEOs, all of whom were selected and sponsored by Enterprise Ireland. Before setting up PulseLearning in 1999, Breen held senior management positions with the KOSTAL Group and Kleinhuis, where he introduced significant cost savings through the implementation of process improvement ideas. In 1996 he set up a subsidiary manufacturing operation for the German multinational Kleinhuis in Tralee. He resigned from running that company in 1999 to establish PulseLearning.
Recent business successes
Key new business wins by PulseLearning in recent months as follows:
-- Signed a Global MSA (master services agreement) with Pfizer. This gives
PulseLearning an umbrella contract covering all of Pfizer's employee
trainee projects in countries worldwide.
-- Appointed a 'preferred vendor' for Bank of America at a time when Bank
of America had cut their list of preferred vendors by 80%.
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