UL Enterprise Learning Management System

The UL Enterprise LMS is a cloud-based, enterprise-wide application that enables companies to achieve compliance and build a path to higher performance, as executed by HR teams, compliance and quality assurance, talent management leaders, operations, sales, and other business units.

The system consists of modular applications that focus on learning, employee performance, role-based qualifications, skills-based development, and analytics reporting for smarter decision making.

The power of UL Enterprise LMS is an "Adaptive UX" that supports universal competency programs driven out to the entire workforce, and also can accommodate the technical skill programs of individual departments. This ensures that each department can accomplish their goals, while giving talent and HR executives a single, powerful view into an individual's readiness ratings, comparative profiles, level of potential, and overall performance over time.

UL experts can work alongside your teams to optimize existing learning management and career development processes, practices, content and systems. Our expertise is based on dozens of successful projects, in which our clients improved their learning culture, provided skills development, raised employee engagement, and raised overall business performance. We partner with companies to conduct strategic roadmapping, training matrix development, process simplification/globalization, data migrations, systems validation, and much more.

Life Sciences companies can rely on the UL Enterprise LMS for both GxP and non-GxP activities within a single interface. The ComplianceWire engine within the UL Enterprise LMS enables Life Sciences companies to manage education and qualifications for the GxP workforce, as it meets the stringent demands of 21 CFR Part 11 and Annex 11, and enables learning and compliance teams to manage role-based qualifications within operations, clinical, quality labs and other GxP areas. ComplianceWire recorded nearly 42 million training completions in 2016, serving users in more than 100 countries; if you are an existing ComplianceWire user, visit www.ComplianceWire.com to login, or contact your local administrator for details.

 Scott Barnard, Director, PURE Learning, shares his perspective on the critical role of the LMS.

Benefits of the ComplianceWire engine include:

  • Automation that Reduces Administration Costs: Automate the identification and delivery of education and qualification requirements for all employee roles an employee - and continue to maintain that automation through employee role changes, training requirement changes, and training material revisions - companies can reduce administrative costs by 40% or more.
  • Organize Multiple Knowledge Assets: innovative role-based learning path functionality enables curricula owners to collect relevant SOPs, classroom events, mentoring activities, online training assets, self-assessments, and much more into a role-based qualification curriculum, improving knowledge management and business processes;
  • Assessment Tools to Demonstrate Training Effectiveness: Quiz and assessment tools eliminate paper-based processes, as qualified personnel can record on-the-job observations that are stored with each employee's transcript, as part of an audit reports presented during regulatory inspections (US FDA, EMA, CFDA) to demonstrate qualification and training effectiveness;
  • Reduced Validation Effort to Maintain 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance: Validation teams can eliminate the IQ and OQ effort, and minimize the PQ effort, through UL test scripts and adherence to electronic record-keeping requirements. Integration with HRIS, DMS, MES and CTMS: improves accuracy of data being fed, ensures workflow of operator certification programs, and reduces risks associated with manual updating of new user attributes or updated with the latest materials.