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A Blueprint for Improving Your Employee Training Program

Updated: Apr 11, 2024 | Published Apr 11, 2024

Imagine this scenario: You’ve poured thousands of dollars into planning and executing a cutting-edge employee training program packed with the latest industry insights, only to witness a lackluster ROI of the program.

At first, your employees dutifully attend the classes, but soon enough, engagement plummets, retention dwindles, and gone are the dreams of seeing your workforce transformed with newfound skills and energy.

This scenario, unfortunately, is real and serious. It’s actually more often than you think to have well-crafted employee training programs go up in smoke in a matter of weeks. This can happen due to various reasons, from outdated tools/equipment to misalignment with employees’ needs and others.

On the other hand, we can’t underestimate the importance of an effective training program.  When your employee training program is ineffective, the risks are not just monetary but can lead to loss of morale, lowered productivity, and even a stain on your company’s reputation. According to a Forbes study, companies with effective programs experience a 24% higher profit margin than those who don’t, so the stakes are definitely high.

In this article, we will delve into all you need to know about employee training programs, dissecting how to turn them into powerful tools to achieve organizational success.

We’ll cover:

  • How to pinpoint gaps in your current training programs through comprehensive Training Needs Analysis
  • The art of setting clear, realistic, and measurable training objectives 
  • Different training methods and how to choose the best one according to your employees’ unique needs
  • Creating engaging and relevant content for your training programs
  • How to incorporate blended training methods to create an immersive learning experience
  • How to foster a culture of continuous learning to nurture a mindset of lifelong growth

And more.

So, buckle up, and let’s get started with this comprehensive guide to elevating your employee training program right away.

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Do You Need to Improve Your Employee Training Programs?

Despite the best intentions of many organizations, unfortunately, many employee training initiatives fall short. Even worse, many training programs continue to consume resources—and time—, holding the false promise of improving, but ultimately continue to fail.

So, how do you know if your existing training program is effective or otherwise? This section will delve into some common indicators of ineffective training initiatives—and the reasons why training programs often miss the mark.

The Red Flags: Identifying the Signs of Ineffective Training 

Here are some telltale signs if your employee training program is ineffective:

  1. Low Engagement Levels

One of the most obvious red flags that your training program is ineffective is low engagement levels, and here are the signs:

  • Low attendance levels
  • Present attendees disengage quickly during sessions
  • Attendees passively absorb content. Lack of participation in interactive elements, participants’ failure to engage in group discussions or exercises, and failure to apply concepts practically
  • A lag in completion rates, a common sign of dwindling motivation and interest
  1. Persistent Skill Gaps

Look for signs of persistent skill gaps, for example:

  • Employees are consistently unable to apply concepts and newly acquired skills practically in their roles
  • (Noticeable) lag between training completion and skill implementation on the job
  • New hires struggling to adapt to their roles, a common sign of inadequate training or onboarding
  1. Poor Performance Metrics

Declining or stagnated performance metrics post-training can be a sign of ineffective training initiatives:

  • An increase in inefficiencies or errors that were expected to be addressed through training
  • Lower customer satisfaction and frustrated customers, hinting at employees falling short of abilities or knowledge

The High Cost of Ineffective Employee Training

Ineffective training can impact the whole organization and even affect the bottom line:

  1. Financial losses:
    • Wasted resources directly associated with the training programs, from trainer fees to lost employee productivity to unused materials, without commensurate returns.
    • Expenses associated with retraining due to these initial failures.
    • High turnover rate, fueled by under-skilled and/or disengaged employees, which can impact the bottom line.
  2. Productivity declines: 
    • Reduced productivity and efficiency from employees due to lack of necessary skills.
    • Increased workload on able employees compensating for the inadequately trained employees.
  3. Reputational damage: 
    • Negative reviews from existing/past employees about the training experience
    • Lower customer satisfaction may impact the perception of the organization as one that does not adequately invest in employee development.

Diagnosing the Root Causes of Failed Training Programs

The symptoms discussed above don’t happen instantaneously but often point to fundamental flaws within the training initiative itself.

Below are the common root causes for ineffective training programs:

  1. Misalignment

A very common cause of ineffective employee training programs is a lack of alignment between the training content, organizational goals, and employee needs.

It’s critical to tailor the training content to meet the specific needs and roles of employees, as well as to ensure adequate alignment between training objectives and organizational goals. 

  1. Outdated  Methods

Reliance on obsolete pedagogy and methods that ignore modern learning principles may not resonate with your employees, especially younger ones. 

Companies should not ignore advancements in technology and innovative tools/methods available, like interactive learning.

  1. Poor Content Quality

Irrelevant, dry, and/or outdated training content may disengage participants. Training content should address current industry needs and the employees’ specific preferences. 

Content delivery—both in terms of quality and method used—is also important to ensure optimal engagement. 

  1. Inadequate evaluation

Failing to measure progress and impact due to the absence of robust evaluation mechanisms may leave blind spots unnoticed and reinforce ineffective practices. 

It’s critical to continuously collect and analyze feedback from participants to continuously iterate the employee training program. 

Importance of Continuous Assessment and Iteration

Ignoring the root causes discussed above will only lead to reinforced failure. Yet, recognizing the need to improve the training initiative alone is not enough, and ideally, organizations must commit to a cycle of continuous assessment and iteration.

Consider the following: 

  1. Regular Employee Training Needs Analysis (TNA)

Launching an employee training program without a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is akin to embarking on a treasure hunt without a map.

A TNA is a systematic analytical process of identifying the gap between your employees’ current skill levels and where they need to be to achieve both individual and organizational objectives.

Practically, the TNA is a periodic assessment to identify evolving skill gaps within your organization, which can offer some key benefits:

  • Saves resources: TNA can help organizations pinpoint specific training needs, which can help avoid wasting time, resources, and money on irrelevant activities. 
  • Boosts performance: Targeted training can help fill skill gaps within the organization, leading to improved productivity for both employees and the team.
  • Improved engagement: Your employees would appreciate a training program that effectively caters to their actual needs and preferences, which will translate to higher employee engagement and satisfaction. 
  • Enhances retention: With the training program effectively filling skill gaps and helping employees grow, they will be more encouraged to stay and thrive within the company.  

So, how does TNA work? 

While there are a variety of methods, they typically involve three main steps: 

1. Gather Data:

  • Review organizational goals and strategies: Align employee training needs with business objectives.
  • Keep track of performance data: Identify performance gaps or areas for improvement.
  • Conduct surveys and interviews: Collect employee feedback on their skills, needs, and preferences.
  • Review job descriptions and task analyses: Understand the required skills for specific roles.

2. Analyze the Data:

  • Identify recurring themes and patterns in the gathered information.
  • Prioritize training needs based on severity, impact, and feasibility.
  • Group similar needs into categories for efficient program design.

3. Develop the Training Plan:

  • Determine the appropriate training method (e.g., e-learning, instructor-led, blended) based on the identified needs.
  • Design learning objectives and program content tailored to address the skill gaps.
  • Set evaluation metrics to measure the effectiveness of the training program.
  1. Establishing Feedback Mechanism

Collecting feedback from training participants is an essential fuel that ensures continuous improvement. 

Thus, establishing robust and reliable feedback mechanisms is critical, which can help you collect valuable insights to help you continuously refine your training initiatives.

There are various channels you can use to gather feedback from your training participants, and here are some of the most effective examples

  • Anonymous surveys: Offer participants a safe space to express honest opinions without fear of judgment.
  • Focus groups: Gather in-depth feedback from smaller groups to explore specific aspects of the program.
  • Open-ended questions: Encourage post-training discussions and solicit feedback during and after sessions.
  • One-on-one conversations: Create opportunities for informal chats with employees to understand their individual takeaways.

Yet, gathering feedback alone won’t be enough if you can’t translate the collected data into action. Here are some tips to analyze your data and turn them into actionable insights: 

  • Identify recurring themes: Look for patterns and common threads across different feedback channels.
  • Pinpoint pain points: Focus on areas where participants struggled or felt the program fell short.
  • Celebrate successes: Highlight aspects that resonated and contributed to learning.
  • Prioritize adjustments: Sort insights based on their impact and feasibility for improvement.
  1. Ensuring Iterative Improvement

Even if your initial employee training program already has a good start, true excellence lies in continuous interaction. 

The idea is to refine your employee training program based on insights collected from:

  • Data-driven analysis: Dive into the depths of performance metrics, engagement rates, and feedback data. Identify areas where the program falters, where sparks fizzle and flames flicker low.
  • Employee feedback: Listen intently to what your employees think about your training program, their frustration, and suggestions. This information can reveal what resonates with them and what leaves them cold.
  • Changing needs: Don’t rely on outdated training content and programs. Evolve your program alongside industry trends, technological advancements, and the dynamic skillsets your workforce requires.

Embrace the continuous cycle of iteration:

  1. Experiment and Gather: Pilot new content snippets, test different delivery methods, and gather feedback early and often.
  2. Analyze and Refine: Use data and feedback to dissect your experiment, identify what worked and what didn’t, and isolate the learning nuggets that truly shine.
  3. Adapt and Implement: Integrate your learnings into the broader program, refine content, adjust methods, and iterate with a renewed focus on effectiveness.
Employee lifecycle concept with a woman looking at various paths.

Strategies for Building a Better Employee Training Program 

Now that we’ve learned about the common root causes of failed training programs, in this section, we’ll dissect the actionable strategies and tools to help you improve your training program. 

Let’s begin with the first strategy:        

  1. Aligning Employee Training with Strategic Goals: Crafting a Path to Organizational Success               

Above, we have established the importance of aligning your training’s content with your organization’s strategic goals, but in practice, this can be easier said than done. 

Achieving alignment requires not only meticulous planning but a deliberate mapping of training content according to a keen understanding of organizational objectives. Below are some actionable tips: 

  1. Define organizational objectives and desired employee outcomes

Clearly articulate the organization’s overall goals before defining your training objectives. It’s best to use the SMART framework when defining your objectives: 

  • S for Specific: Clearly articulate the precise knowledge or skills to be acquired from the training program. Avoid vague generalization to ensure precise targeting. 
  • M for measurable: Identify quantifiable metrics to assess progress against this objective and evaluate the effectiveness of the training. 
  • A for Achievable: The objective should be realistic and is within the capabilities of the participants. Overly ambitious goals can lead to disengagement and frustration.
  • R for Relevant:  The objective should directly align with the organization’s overall goals and employee development needs.
  • T for Time-bound: There should be clear deadlines for achieving each objective, establishing focus and a sense of urgency.       

A good SMART goal example for a training program is, “Within 2 weeks of completing the critical thinking course, participants will be able to independently identify and implement solutions to 80% of common customer complaints.” 

Make sure that your goals are employee-centric instead of organizational-centric: identify the skills, knowledge, and competencies your employees need to contribute effectively to organizational success and align these training goals with both short-term performance milestones and long-term career development.   

  1. Map Training Content to Specific Skills and Knowledge Gaps

With clear objectives in hand, it’s time to chart the course to achieve these objectives. Develop your training content and map this content to the identified skill/knowledge gaps.  

  • Leverage TNA results: Go back to your TNA results. Tailor your training content to address the specific knowledge and competency gaps identified.
  • Modular learning paths: Develop modular training content, allowing employees to progress at their own pace. Align each module with a targeted knowledge or skill.         
  1. Prioritize Initiatives Based on Business Needs and Employee Development Paths

Not all paths are created equal, so prioritization is key.

Once you’ve developed and mapped your training content, prioritize your training initiatives based on their impact on organizational objectives. Which initiatives will allow the most significant skill/knowledge mastery and career advancement? Which will yield the highest ROI?   

Align your priorities with these insights so your resources are channeled toward initiatives that deliver the most potential for success. 

Also, consider the diversity of employee development with their different roles and career paths and prioritize accordingly. Different departments and job functions may require different training programs. 

Remember that aligning your employee training initiative with strategic goals is not a one-time exercise but should be a continuous dance of analysis, refinement, and iterative improvement.      

2. Choosing the Right Employee Training Methods: Finding the Sweet Spot

There is a wide variety of training methods available. 

In cooking a dish, choosing the right blend of ingredients is important to ensure optimal flavor and nutritional content. This is also how you should choose the optimal training method to ensure a sweet spot between the learner’s preferences, the training content, and available resources.

Let us first explore the various employee training methods available:

  1. Instructor-led training (ILT): A traditional, classroom-style training (both online and offline) led by an instructor with traditional lectures, interactive discussions, and real-time feedback. This approach is typically ideal for complex topics and foundational knowledge that benefit from real-time interaction and discussion.
  2. E-learning: Interactive, typically bite-sized modules and assessments delivered on online platforms. Suitable for teaching technical skills and procedural knowledge to employees who need flexible learning schedules (i.e., asynchronous learning.) Especially caters to the tech-savvy audience.
  3. Simulations and case studies: Immerse learners in simulations that mimic real-world scenarios. Effective for teaching practical skills and problem-solving/decision-making capabilities. Also effective for providing safe spaces for practicing critical behaviors and risky procedures, building confidence on top of acquiring skills. 
  4. Mentorship programs: Pairing less-experienced employees with seasoned mentors. Effective for personalized one-on-one guidance, career progression coaching, knowledge transfer, and fostering a continuous learning culture. 
  5. On-the-job (OJT) training: Allowing participants to learn by doing by performing tasks, receiving feedback, and applying newly acquired skills in real time. Ideal for roles that require hands-on and practical skills and can be effective for integrating theory with practice.

Method Matchmaking

Now that you’ve learned about the different methods available, how should you select the right one? There are three main considerations:

  1. Content compatibility 

Choose a training method that aligns with the nature of your training content. 

For example, if you are looking to train employees in hands-on skills, then consider on-the-job (OJT) training or simulations. On the other hand, if you are trying to teach intricate concepts, then an instructor-led class or e-learning may be more effective. 

  1. Learning styles

Different employees have different learning styles, and it’s important to recognize these diverse learning styles within your team.

Some people are auditory learners and may prefer methods like instructor-led classes or interactive discussions. Visual learners, on the other hand, may appreciate e-learning classes with videos, charts, and infographics. 

While you can’t please everyone, try to identify your employees’ learning styles, at least the majority. It’s best to incorporate a mix of methods to accommodate auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learners within your workforce. 

  1. Resource constraints

Some employee training methods may require more resources and expensive infrastructure than others, so your budget constraints may limit your choice.

For example, online e-learning modules tend to be more cost-effective than in-person classes, while simulations may require expensive infrastructure and specialized equipment. 

It’s important to opt for training methods that can maximize impact without straining your resources. 

Here are some examples of effective training method matchmaking: 

  • New product launch: Train customer service representatives on product features through interactive e-learning modules followed by role-playing simulations in small groups to practice handling customer inquiries.
  • Leadership development: A mix of instructor-led sessions on strategic planning, one-on-one mentorship with seasoned leaders, and online modules on emotional intelligence provides a holistic approach.
  • Software skills upgrade: E-learning modules for basic functionalities combined with on-the-job practice under the guidance of experienced colleagues ensure efficient skill acquisition.

3. Igniting Employee Engagement: Crafting Training Content that Resonates

A strategic approach to content creation is critical to ensure an immersive employee training experience. Below, we’ll discuss the actionable tips to ensure your training content fosters understanding, captures the participants’ attention, and leaves a lasting impact: 

  1. Focus on real-world scenarios and practical application

Craft training content that is application-oriented. This means that the content should directly relate to the employees’ day-to-day tasks and help solve the challenges they face. 

Whenever possible, prioritize practical application over theoretical knowledge, which has been proven effective in enhancing skill retention.

Try to integrate real–world scenarios that mirror the day-to-day situations your employees encounter in their work. This can help you showcase the tangible benefits of applying the knowledge or skills acquired during the training. 

  1. Diversify your content types

You shouldn’t rely on monotone lectures alone, but instead, you can mix and match various types of content and learning materials, including:

  • Videos: Both bite-sized and long instructional videos can be effective for visually demonstrating complex concepts. Consider creating videos (live-action or animation) to quickly grab attention and enhance employee engagement
  • Case studies: Develop case studies that highlight real challenges within the organization, as well as relevant case stories. Leveraging case studies can help build problem-solving skills and encourage critical thinking. 
  • Interactive exercises: Incorporate interactive, hands-on exercises that may help participants apply concepts immediately after training. When possible, incorporate gamification to boost engagement and competitiveness. 
  1. Incorporate feedback mechanisms to foster continuous improvement

Even if your employee training content is already good, you should always welcome feedback.

Establish robust feedback mechanisms in different ways to ensure continuous assessment:

  • Integrate surveys, focus group discussions, and quizzes at regular intervals to gauge participant understanding. 
  • Use feedback data to understand what resonates, what’s confusing, and where your content can use improvement. 
  • Analyze data and use the gained insights to adapt and refine content to improve future training initiatives.
  • Actively encourage training participants to provide feedback on content quality, relevance, and effectiveness of the delivery method.

Additional Tips for Crafting Engaging Content

To further improve the quality and relevance of your content, consider the following: 

  • Understand your audience: Tailor content to your audience’s specific needs, interests, roles, backgrounds, and learning preferences. Again, regularly conduct interviews and surveys to gather insights into what excites your workforce.
  • Consider bite-sized content: Concise and bite-sized content is typically easier to digest and retain. Mix it up with your long-form training content.
  • Storytelling techniques: Weave stories and humor into your content to add emotional appeal. Craft scenarios that are relevant to your employees on both personal and professional levels.  
  • Leverage visual appeal: Visuals are powerful allies to help you maintain interest and engagement. Leverage infographics, charts, diagrams, and videos to convey more complex information more effectively and boost retention.
  • Test and refine: Don’t rely on the “set it and forget it” approach. Monitor your training content’s performance and continuously improve based on participants’ feedback.

Remember that your goal in creating training content is to make learning both effective and enjoyable. By combining diverse learning materials with real-world applicability, not only can you capture your participants’ attention, but you’ll also have a solid foundation to foster practical skill acquisition/development and lasting knowledge retention.

  1. Implementing a Blended Learning Approach: Embracing Diversity

Blended learning refers to the utilization of diverse learning methods to create a more engaging, dynamic, and comprehensive learning experience. 

When trying to implement blended learning into your employee training program, it’s critical not to treat it as a one-size-fits-all approach, but rather you should try to fuse both traditional and modern learning methodologies to foster personalization, collaboration, and improved engagement.

For example, you can use e-learning modules to teach foundational knowledge and then follow it up with instructor-led sessions to encourage more in-depth exploration. In the end, you can incorporate collaborative activities like role-playing, discussions, and group projects to foster real-world application of the acquired skills and foster communication and teamwork.

Leverage the strengths of each training methodology to achieve different learning objectives and cater to diverse learning preferences.

Examples of Successful Blended Learning Implementations

  1. Industry-Specific Certification Programs:

You can combine e-learning courses with periodic in-person workshops for industry-specific certifications. In this case, participants benefit from self-paced online modules while enjoying the hands-on experience during workshops.

  1. Leadership Development Initiatives:

Combine mentorship programs with e-learning modules to teach leadership principles. Mentorship can help participants develop with real-world guidance, while the e-learning experience ensures a more consistent understanding of leadership concepts. 

  1. Technical Skill Enhancement Programs:

In a blended learning scenario, you can Integrate on-the-job training with virtual labs and simulations. In such an approach, employees can apply their newly acquired technical skills in a controlled environment before doing so in their actual roles.

5. Fostering a Culture of Continuous Learning: Cultivating Growth and Excellence

No matter how good your employee training initiative is, you won’t achieve optimal results unless you’ve established a strong culture of learning within the company. 

A culture of continuous learning can transcend periodic training sessions, and in the long run it can become a way of life for employees. They won’t only continue to hone their skills beyond the training program but also become more active in sharing their knowledge with each other and achieving better career advancement. 

Here are some practical ways to foster a culture of continuous learning: 

  1. Encouraging peer-to-peer learning and knowledge sharing: 
    • Collaborative platforms: Implement online collaborative platforms or discussion forums to facilitate knowledge exchange. Encourage employees to share insights, solutions to common challenges, and best practices.
    • Mentorship programs: Establish mentorship initiatives where senior employees share their expertise and guide newer employees. A strong mentorship program can accelerate knowledge transfer and strengthen teamwork.
  2. Providing opportunities for ongoing skill development and career advancement:
    • Skill development programs: Offer regular training opportunities for employees to acquire new skills and develop existing skills. Align your training programs with both the requirements of their current role and their future career paths. 
    • Optimal career development pathways: Help employees map out their career development paths and showcase how your training program can contribute to their career development in the short and long term.
  3. Celebrating learning milestones and recognizing employee progress: 
    • Recognition program: Establish recognition programs to appreciate employees who constantly engage in learning initiatives. You can celebrate employees who achieve milestones such as acquiring new skills,  completing certifications, or contributing innovative ideas.
    • Encourage peer recognition: Foster a work environment where recognition and appreciation don’t only come from the top (leadership) but also within the team. Encourage your employees to acknowledge and appreciate each other’s learning achievements. 

Leveraging Technology for Amplifying Training Experience

On top of the actionable tips we’ve covered above, the integration of technology into your training program can further amplify the learning experiences to new heights.

Technologies like learning management systems (LMSs), virtual reality (VR), and others can transform the training landscape by providing real-time feedback, tracking progress, and facilitating personalized compliance training

Diverse Technology Instruments to Consider:

  1. Learning Management Systems (LMS): LMSs like iTacit can function as your training program’s central command center for storing training content, managing content delivery, tracking, and reporting.  The LMS enables the management and delivery of training materials in a user-friendly interface.
  2. VR and AR: VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) solutions can help immerse employees in realistic simulations, allowing them to practice skills and make risky decisions in a safe virtual environment. VR and AR are ideal for hands-on training in complex or high-risk scenarios.
  3. Social learning platforms: Online platforms like Udemy or Stack Overflow can foster discussion, collaboration, and knowledge sharing, enhancing engagement through collective problem-solving and peer interaction.
  4. Microlearning platforms: Platforms like Teachable or OpenSesame deliver bite-sized learning materials on demand, keeping learners engaged and improving knowledge/skills retention in the long run.

Measuring and Evaluating Employee Training Effectiveness

Just like any performance, your employee training program’s success relies on a crucial element: evaluation. 

Measuring the impact of your training initiative is a necessity, not only in validating your investment but also in providing you with a roadmap that guides your company towards continuous alignment and improvement with strategic objectives. 

Consider keeping track of these key metrics: 

  • Knowledge acquisition: Pre- and post-assessments, quizzes, and knowledge checks gauge if learners are grasping the intended concepts.
  • Skill application: Asses whether the employees can apply the newly acquired skills and translate theory into practice. Observe performance in real-world scenarios via on-the-job observations, simulations, and project assignments. 
  • Behavior change: Evaluate changes in behavior, attitudes, and approaches post-training via performance reviews, customer satisfaction surveys, and 360-degree feedback.
  • Business impact: Measure the impact of training on your company’s KPIs, such as Increased sales, reduced errors, and improved customer satisfaction metrics. The idea is to connect training outcomes to your company’s overall goals. 

Here are some strategies to ensure effective evaluation:

  1. Clearly defined objectives: Establish clear and measurable employee training goals that align with your company’s overarching objectives. Your evaluations should directly reflect the progress against these objectives.
  2. Timely and regular assessments: Schedule assessments at regular intervals, so you can keep track of both short-term and long-term impacts. On the other hand, make sure your evaluations are timely to ensure prompt adjustments and troubleshooting of issues.
  3. Comparative analysis: Identify a control group (or benchmarks) and compare the performance of employees who have finished training with this control group. Comparative analysis can help provide context for understanding the actual contribution of the training program.
  4. Iterative improvement: Use the insights you’ve collected through evaluation to iterate and improve your future training initiatives. Establish a culture of continuous improvements that is based on data-driven insights. 

Wrapping Up

The transformation and improvement of your employee training program can be a very important pillar for your organization as you strive to continuously improve and grow as a company.

In this guide, we’ve learned the actionable strategies you can use to enhance your training initiatives, and by now, you should have a solid foundation to elevate your employee training programs to new heights. 

iTacit can be your partner in improving your employee training program:

  • Personalized learning journeys: Uncover different learners’ strengths and weaknesses, and develop custom-tailored training paths for maximum impact.
  • Engaging content that resonates: Replace your dry one-sided lectures with interactive modules, simulations, and collaborative experiences that ignite curiosity and knowledge retention.
  • Continuous improvement with every note: Leverage robust feedback mechanisms and data insights to constantly refine your program, ensuring every note of knowledge hits its mark.

Invest in your people and invest in a better future for your company. 

Teri Maltais
Teri Maltais

Specializing in digital marketing programs for industrial and commercial technology solutions.

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