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Efficient administration of learning activities is critical to the success of your L&D function and ultimately your business. NIIT’s centralized approach to learning administration enables L&D organizations to increase quality, reduce cost, and accelerate innovation.

NIIT has over 25 years of experience in the management and administration of the learning process. Our Learning Administration service is built on best practices and configured to the needs of each of our customers. We deliver rock-solid operations and high service levels under a variable cost model.

Trust us to run your back office administration effectively and thus enable your L&D team to focus on strategizing learning to deliver what your business wants. We will help you realize tangible results to rationalize your organization’s L&D spend by optimizing both the processes and costs of learning administration.

Our goal is to transform learning administration with clockwork efficiency and enable learning organizations to use the best of their energies in exploring innovations, improving effectiveness, and aligning results to meet the expectations of the business.


Improve service levels and response times | Drive e-learning blended learning success | Accelerate transparency and innovation | Enable focus on core competencies | Enable focus on business value – not just work execution.


Reduce direct costs | Shift costs from fixed to variable | Accelerate/ implement move to shared services | Agility to serve varying demand​.


Philips: Global Training Administration System

Philips chose NIIT as a partner to create a Global Training Administration System and Back-Office Support Desk deployed in three regions of the world. This unified service framework comprised of a robust and secure training administrative system, a technology system integrated with multiple HR information systems, and a global service desk. NIIT’s solution reduced overlap by 30% and learning expenditures by 20-25% in first year of operation.

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