Netex is thrilled to announce that one of the UK’s largest retailers, Frasers Group, have chosen to partner with Netex to deliver best-in-class digital learning solutions. Netex will support their goal to ensure continued excellence in staff development and ensure that the Group meets the challenges of the new era of retail.
Our three-year agreement will see all of Frasers Group employees have access to the Netex Cloud ecosystem, including the following applications and content:
- Netex learningCloud LXP – a modern and engaging learning platform that will allow Frasers to curate and create content at a group and retail brand level.
- The platform will also be pre-populated with Video Arts award-winning collection of business skills content.
- Spaces – The newest learning application in Netex Cloud. Spaces has been designed to deliver immersive social and collaborative learning experiences.
Initially the digital learning solutions will be rolled out for the new intake of their brand new “Elevation” leadership development program.
The Frasers Group Elevation Programme is an opportunity for exceptional people to kickstart their commercial career. They have designed this structured, two-year training programme to find future leaders within buying and merchandising. Netex digital learning solutions will support and train these aspiring leaders as they progress through the programme. After this, the Netex solution will be rolled out to staff in head office and across their multiple retail brands.
We’re delighted that Frasers Group have chosen to work with Netex and Video Arts as their digital learning solutions partners. By utilizing our LXP and Social Learning application alongside Video Arts content, Frasers will be able to deliver blended learning programmes for staff throughout Europe. Netex understands the specific nuances of delivering digital learning solutions to retail clients and we’re looking forward to working with Frasers Group to deliver a world-class employee development programme.
Netex UK Country Director