Since 1994, CNW System Integrator Co. (CNW) has successfully implemented numerous medium and large IT projects in public administration and in almost all areas of the private sector across Hungary and central Europe. As strong advocates for the benefits of lifelong learning, CNW has progressed specialist services in delivering Moodle based solutions over the last decade, particularly in the corporate or workplace learning sector.
CNW CEO, István Fekete explains, “In recent years, we experienced a growing interest in corporate online learning services. This trend was fueled by the COVID pandemic and the need for organisations to switch to working remotely. This has resulted in an increase in companies using online learning to train new employees and pass specialized knowledge to them in a cost-effective manner. There are various European Union projects that serve as an incentive to expand and encourage online learning in the corporate sector.”
CNW is the first Hungarian information technology service company to join the Moodle Certified Partner network.
“In a fast-paced economy lifelong learning is a key to success. For us, this is not only a business strategy but also a mission. By joining the Moodle Partnership Program, we will continue to enhance our knowledge and expertise in eLearning, offer better services, and help not only other companies, but the people working in those organisations.
“We believe that our company’s values closely match with Moodle’s and that a partnership will benefit both Moodle and our company. With this partnership our goal is twofold. On the one hand, we aim to enhance the services we offer with the help of Moodle. On the other hand, we would like to grow our business through this partnership opportunity and find new potential clients locally and within our region. We believe it is important to represent Moodle and its services in Hungary and provide Hungarian language support for the Moodle community,” says Fekete.
CNW offers cloud-based installation packages, support and development services and assists clients with Moodle site design and courseware creation. The company has developed a test bank application to enhance the experience and simplify the process of testing and also has significant experience in different system integration services including AD, ADFS, SSO integration, Moodle integration with access control systems, unique corporate governance software, HR software and eSignature integration.
“It is great to have an organisation with the credentials of CNW join the Moodle Certified Partner network and ensure that Moodle customers in Hungary are able to access the highest quality Moodle services,” says Juan Lucca Garcia, Moodle’s Chief Commercial Officer.
While the workplace learning market has rapidly grown in the Hungarian economy, education based online learning is not as widespread. CNW System Integrator predicts a shift in uptake because the Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development has made interactive and online learning materials available to the sector and the impact of COVID has created an increased appetite for online learning based solutions.
CNW has completed many successful Moodle based projects over recent years including two hallmark projects with Egis Pharmaceuticals PLC (Egis Pharmaceuticals) and the Suzuki Corporation.
Egis Pharmaceuticals sought CNW’s assistance to develop an international eLearning platform that would integrate Azure and be available in 12 different countries. CNW established an eLearning solution for them, provided training, customised development, and delivered continuous support. The main challenge of this project was setting up an active directory, and fulfilling their IT requirements.
They also developed a site for the Hungarian branch of Suzuki Corporation where technicians could engage in an in-house competition. To achieve this, CNW developed a cloud-based Moodle site with a customised reporting system which they now operate and maintain. Established as a pilot project, Suzuki has now started to use this solution in other countries.
Other key clients include Goupama, Central Hospital of Southern Pest, Díjbeszedő Holding Zrt., Hungarian Red Cross, OTP Bank Plc and SMR Automotive Mirror Technology Hungary
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