Fujifilm launched its healthcare business with X-ray film almost a full century ago. In addition to innovating the industry, the primary goal was in clinical terms: improving patient outcomes by innovating and investing in digital radiography, endoscopy, ultrasound, new drug development. And much more...
Fast forward to our millennium: we all live & thrive in a digital landscape, and innovation needs to constantly breathe and gain momentum.
Innovation and information go together like peas in a pod. A vital thing in Fujifilm’s process is to inform, and constantly train sales partners in all areas of the world so they’re up to speed. That reads like a tremendous task but with uQualio, this task is proving much simpler.
Since its invention, uQualio has designed its platform to integrate seamlessly with the needs of the likes of Fujifilm Medical. So, it was no coincidence that Christiane Hunold, Strategic Innovations Manager Clinical, Marketing and Education at FUJIFILM Medical Imaging and IT Solutions, Middle East & Africa would employ uQualio as its LMS platform to train Fujifilm’s countless skilled sales partners.
The major benefits of uQualio are according to Hunold:
“uQualio comes at a very good price, user flexibility and the service ratio are far beyond what others can actually provide.”
Besides the cost/benefit being a major factor, it is clear that there are other criteria hugely important for a medical firm.
Patents and Patents have to be protected, ideas have to be kept close, but also expressed freely, in a tightly secured forum.
Hunold stresses that,
“Our main objective behind choosing this particular platform was of course the ability to share information confidentially. So, security was key, and secondly why we needed to know the activities of the viewers which you cannot using other transfer software suppliers- so that's why we prioritized uQualio over others.”
Besides the two key factors – cost/benefit AND security – Fujifilm Medical needed flexibility. A valuable tenant in the flow of innovation is flexible and free communication among trusted sales partners. And the reassurance that the confidentiality in which ideas are shared are kept in strict confines, and monitored. As Hunold explains,
“We need information sharing internationally, keeping the content confidential, and monitoring the activities of the end-users.”
Hunold is an expert in her own field but a novice in the field of eLearning. And she has little time to learn a whole new discipline. This leads us to perhaps the most major benefit of them all:
“I searched for a long time to find the right system to suit my criteria and at the same time, one that is simple to use, as I am new to LMS systems.”
So, take a page of Fujifilm’s eLearning book: uQualio is designed for everyone, novice or expert. All it takes is the will to share videos, and the desire to put in the right work. Fortunately, the platform makes the work easier, leaving you time to focus on the things that matter.