Our Clients

Diverse Clients, Unique Content, 100% Satisfaction

LeanForward serves a diverse client base, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies and from local non-profits to large government entities.

To satisfy each of these organization’s unique training needs, we have developed custom elearning programs on a wide range of topics including; new employee orientation, policies and procedures, safety, compliance, product training, sales training, and proprietary software applications. These programs have been used to train employees as well as customers, end users and other external stakeholders.

Regardless of whether we developed one course or dozens of courses, what topics were covered, or what audience we targeted, one thing has remained consistent—our ability to provide clients with quality elearning programs that consistently exceed expectations.

LeanForward clients have been so pleased with our customer service and quality of work that they consistently award us additional business. Some clients have been with us for more than 10 years! Now that’s client satisfaction!

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AK Steel is a world leader in the production of flat-rolled carbon, stainless, and electrical steel products. It a $6.5 billion company and employs over 8,000 in 12 plants across 6 states. As a major manufacturer, it is imperative that managers and employees receive uniform and timely safety training.

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When a child is abused or neglected, the court will appoint a volunteer advocate, known as a Court Appointed Special Advocate or CASA, to help determine how to meet the needs of a child and find them a safe, permanent home as quickly as possible. Texas CASA oversees 71 programs with over 7,600 volunteers serving nearly 24,000 foster children.  Texas CASA needed an efficient and effective means for providing training to their diverse and geographically dispersed staff and volunteers.

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Like many software developers, a developer of solutions for the banking industry struggled to keep up with its clients’ training needs. They had been sending trainers to their clients’ locations for up to a week at a time but rapid growth made that model impractical. They needed a more efficient process for training their geographically dispersed customer base.

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The Community College Workforce Alliance (CCWA) is dedicated to supporting economic development and providing world-class workforce training and services to both the public and private sectors. CCWA offers hundreds of generic and client-specific classroom-based training programs. Participation in these programs has been declining as end users have turned to online programs.

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For over six decades, a nuclear gauge equipment manufacturer has been providing instructor-led regulatory and HAZMAT training on several of its products that contain radioactive material. Over the past several years their training business had been in decline as clients opted to pursue online training.

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A luxury kitchen appliance manufacturer relies on a nationwide network of dealers to bring their products to market. Keeping the dealers’ salespeople up-to- speed on their ever evolving product line had been difficult and time consuming. Therefore, it needed amore efficient and effective means for educating its dealer network.

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Sourcefire (now part of Cisco) provides intelligent cybersecurity solutions. One of their featured products is the Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW). In order to effectively trained users, Sourcefire had to ship expensive hardware to the client’s site, configure it to mirror the client’s installation and provide hands-on training on their NGFW using the hardware. Afterwards they would breakdown the hardware and ship it back to their office.

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The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has over 7,500 employees that maintain the state’s roadways and bridges. Many of these employees use a comprehensive application called VaTraffic that helps them perform their daily duties. As employees’ roles change and the application evolves, it has become increasingly difficult for VDOT to provide employees with the VaTraffic training they need on a timely basis.

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