How to deliver patient tailored communication at scale
The McGill University Health Center (MUHC) needed a tool to effectively communicate with patients about a particular set of health conditions and the surgery needed to correct them.
These trainings would supplement direct communication with healthcare professionals to deliver information tailored to each user’s particular condition.
How to shift your training from in-person to digital
Abzac, a B2B producer of industrial cardboard products, needed to move away from its labor intensive, in-person training process.
They used LumaOne to create, distribute, and expand a program that will set them up for long-term success.
How to support your leadership initiative
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (NYSE:APD) is an international corporation whose principal business is selling gases and chemicals for industrial uses. The company’s ambition or ‘higher purpose’ includes addressing the world’s need for clean energy and materials while reducing environmental impacts. It operates in over 50 countries with over 22,000 employees with a range of diverse backgrounds.
How to turn safety certifications into six-figure savings
Buttcon, a construction contractor based in Canada, relies heavily on its large professional network of contractors and suppliers to scale their output.
They turned to LUMA1 to help streamline their health and safety training program to minimize workplace injuries as the company rapidly grows.