NetDimensions (London Stock Exchange, AIM: NETD), a global provider of performance, knowledge and learning management systems, announced today record attendance at another successful gathering of users of its industry leading products and services.

More than 150 participants attended the NetDimensions EKP (Enterprise Knowledge Platform) User Days at the Chicago Police Academy in Chicago and at the Institute of Directors in London, on September 9th and 17th.

“The participants this year represent over one million EKP users around the world, a sizable percentage of the eight million strong user community,” said NetDimensions CEO and Managing Director Jay Shaw. “These EKP User Days are an excellent way for us to engage clients and partners face to face and share best practices and success stories.”
Participating companies, government agencies and membership organizations included the Chicago Police Department, Endsleigh Insurance, Flight Safety International, Florida Nursery Growers and Landscape Association, Frontier Airlines, Homeserve Chem-Dry, Hudson, ING, Midwest Airlines, Trading Technologies and Virgin Atlantic.

Making learning and assessments easier with industry leading solutions

Sharon Spencer, Learning and Development Business Partner at Homeserve Chem-Dry, noted, “EKP gives us a unique selling point in that we can say, with authority, our technicians are trained, skilled and certified to do the job.”
The events were not exclusive to users of the EKP learning management system; users of the NetDimensions Enterprise Assessment Platform (EAP) and Enterprise Content Platform (ECP) also attended.

“EAP is very easy, very user friendly, and is already making my life easier,” said Linda Ostler, Ground Training Coordinator at Virgin Atlantic’s Flight Operations.

Organised and tailored to the needs of customers

Patricia Ransom, Trainer at Hudson’s North American Learning and Development team, noted, “The one thing that matters most to me with vendors is Customer Service. The fact that NetDimensions spent half the time actively listening to their users and following up on items raised is, to me, the mark of great Customer Service.”
Barbara Leon, e-Learning Coordinator at Frontier Airlines said, “Very seldom does one ever get to have direct interface with the programmers and the product manager of a large piece of software.”

“And less often does the end-user get to speak their mind about what’s on their wish list. I was very impressed by this interaction at the EKP User Day.”