An American company providing silica sand products and solutions for manufacturing, building, and industrial & recreational use needed training design and support for three proprietary software applications that were being implemented and rolled out.
A multinational telecommunications conglomerate was converting 1 million sq. ft. of traditional office space to open workspaces utilitzing the latest technology, across 7 buildings. They contracted The Judge Group to handle the transformation.
A global biopharmaceutical leader was being spun off from it’s parent company to form a new standalone entity. The company turned to Judge to help with organizational change management (OCM) capabilities for over 26 systems during the transition.
Kalahari Resorts turned to The Judge Group for a network infrastructure and managed services solution for their new 900+ room hotel, 110,000 sq ft convention center and 220,000 sq ft indoor water park.
Learn how The Judge Group was able to help a Fortune 50 managed healthcare organization that required a clinical workforce solution to provide customized care for 1,600 patients nationwide, within a three month timeframe.
A major food service distributor turned to Judge Learning Solutions to standardize their Supply Chain operations. Judge designed, developed, and supported an immersive training experience for Transportation Managers and Supervisors across the company.
A multi-national energy company looked to deploy a new business management process for their team of consultants. Training was developed so that the consultants could more effectively help convenience store and gas station operators grow their businesses.
A US nonprofit association utilizing a network of independent agents turned to The Judge Group to develop an engaging learning course for new and experienced agents, to provide certification and ensure product consistency.
Fortune 1000 luxury homebuilder required technology, talent and learning solutions to revolutionize the home buying experience, by streamlining and digitizing existing processes; therefore reducing the home buying cycle from three-months to three-weeks.