Legrand X Bealink

How Legrand uses Bealink to manage learning globally by proving content and structure but enable local L&D to tailor the training to their context and needs.

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Legrand’s context

Legrand is a French industrial group and one of the world’s leading manufacturers of products and systems for electrical installations and information networks. The company has almost 40,000 employees, including 10,000 blue collar workers, and is present in more than 90 countries around the world. Legrand is a cooperative company that works in a technical field that is constantly changing. They attach a lot of importance to training and this is a competitive advantage for them in terms of turnover, productivity, expertise, etc.

Legrand’s need

The challenge for Legrand was to provide all their employees with a exhaustive, easily accessible and relevant digital training offer while rationalising their training strategy and expenditure while keeping costs down.

  • Provide a single point of entry for the learner that optimises the learning experience through a multimodal approach
  • Facilitate event and enrolment management
  • Enable business experts to enrich the ecosystem
  • Have an overview of the ecosystem
  • Implement a tool that facilitates the administration of learning at the L&D management level while leaving autonomy to local L&D teams to adapt to their respective markets.

The solution

LXP Bealink is deployed to all employees worldwide in over 50 countries. Finely and dynamically integrated with the company’s LMS (CrossKnowledge), the application aggregates all synchronous content and events on mobile, web and offline and allows learners to share different content formats in the form of playlists, follow business experts and register for events.

The application’s back-office with its different roles, language management, digital sign-up and consolidated reporting allows L&D management to implement its strategy and provides a framework for local L&D teams to manage training autonomously in line with the group’s strategy.


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Synchronous events organised