Reston, VA – April 23, 2019 – Meridian Knowledge Solutions today announced that the City of Anaheim, home to more than 358,000 residents, 20,000 businesses and destination for more than 25 million annual visitors in Southern California, has selected Meridian LMS as their centralized learning for more than 3,000 municipal employees.

The City of Anaheim was searching for a modern, cloud-based solution to replace their dated homegrown training infrastructure, which was no longer able to keep up with their evolving training demands.

“One of our critical goals is to increase employee engagement and encourage career growth through training,” said Lori Schnaider, Organizational Development & Training Manager for the City of Anaheim. “With Meridian, our staff can plan for career development and actively track their training progress toward meeting their career goals.”

The City of Anaheim also cited access to better reporting and analytics, bundled career-based curriculums and ability to provide insights of employees’ status along their learning journey to management as key reasons for selecting Meridian LMS.

“Cities and states are facing sharply increased levels of worker retirement over the next 5 years,” said Patrick Devlin, Chief Business Development Officer at Meridian. “With Meridian LMS, public sector organizations can develop their workforce to fill positions of retiring staff, provide employees with insights for career growth and assure continuity of essential services.”

About Meridian Knowledge Solutions

Meridian’s award-winning learning management system allows organizations to personalize learning, share knowledge, increase revenue and manage compliance requirements for their employees, customers, partners and suppliers.

Meridian has been chosen by leading organizations including U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Johnson Controls, HAI Group, and The Society of Actuaries. Meridian is headquartered in the Washington DC metro area.

For more information, visit http://www.meridianks.com  or follow @MeridianKS on Twitter.

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