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Learning & Performance

Learning & Performance

Avoid the performance dip: self-reliant users help themselves! Our Performance Support solution makes it possible.

Our point of view

Traditional training courses simply don't have what it takes – the knowledge they impart quickly disappears. Our approach ensures lasting results through the use of genuine blended learning solutions. They combine the most appropriate forms of training for each of the various target groups.

Google and YouTube offer an instant answer to almost any question – except when it comes to your work. After all, they don't understand your work situation. Nor do they understand your role in the process or the associated tasks. Ctac's performance support solution understands all these things. The application gives you direct access to a huge range of up-to-date resources that are tailored to your individual role, system and process. These walk-throughs, simulations and instruction guides will help you to successfully complete your tasks – and you won't have to wait until your department's help desk is available to answer your question. Nor will you have to wait until you can take an internal training course. These resources remain available after the project too.

As an SAP performance support partner, we offer Enable Now to provide your employees with access to a help desk that can answer all their questions. The performance dip commonly experienced after launching a project or hiring an employee is now a thing of the past. And the good news is that – with our help – you can build and maintain this knowledge base yourself.

Strike! What the bowling alley can teach us about performance support

Blog - April 16 2018, Richard Benschop, 2 min reading time

Almost two years ago, the city's bowling alley was destroyed by fire. It has now been resurrected, with no less than 24 lanes and an automatic scoring system, meaning it is no longer possible to make mistakes – something which almost always worked to my advantage.

Students break world record at Ctac

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Thirty-five students of primary school ‘De Lispeltuut’ from Hedel were given the chance to enhance their digital dexterity in a playful way and break the world record programming.