Malaysia Airlines Selects Plateau to Support Talent Management Initiatives

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<strong>Arlington, Va. &mdash; Feb. 20</strong><br />Plateau Systems, a provider of talent management software, content and services, announced that Malaysia Airlines, one of Asia&#39;s largest airlines and Malaysia&#39;s national carrier, has selected Plateau&#39;s Web-based talent management solutions to support compliance training, reporting and performance management across its global workforce. Malaysia Airlines joins a growing list of award-winning airlines such as Northwest Airlines and Singapore Airlines that use Plateau to support a wide range of employee, partner and contractor talent management initiatives.<br /><br />&ldquo;Plateau&rsquo;s proven experience and understanding of our industry as well as its technology&rsquo;s ability to scale across our enterprise made them the ideal choice to support our talent management needs,&rdquo; said Khairuddin Hamzah, assistant general manager of engineering training and human resources at Malaysia Airlines. &ldquo;Plateau gives our employees access to consistent training anytime and anywhere. We now have a clear view of employees&rsquo; performance and development and can better track their activities and training to ensure that we are meeting all industry regulations.&rdquo; <br /><br />According to Bersin & Associates, compliance-related training for airlines is particularly challenging since these companies have large and geographically dispersed employee populations, a wide range of job roles and an array of regulatory requirements and compliance issues. <br /><br />&ldquo;By accurately tracking and documenting employee training, Malaysia Airlines is ensuring its continued success and ranking as one of Asia&rsquo;s top airlines,&rdquo; said Paul Sparta, chairman and CEO of Plateau. &ldquo;The airline industry is one of the most prominent leaders in global operations expansion, and as a result, they have put great emphasis on the planning and execution of talent management initiatives. With Plateau&rsquo;s ability to scale and provide global access, we are the ideal talent management solution for the travel and transportation industries.&rdquo;<br /><br />Initially, Plateau will help Malaysia Airlines address these challenges by providing ground technical staff with online training they can access at anytime, from anywhere. Through Plateau&rsquo;s intuitive user interface, Malaysia Airlines can easily identify training requirements, target and assign learning and training activities, deploy learning simultaneously across the enterprise and track course progress and completion. <br /><br />By automating the certification process, Plateau allows Malaysia Airlines to measure and track certification activities, ensuring that the company meets current local, industry and international regulations. Plateau&rsquo;s learning management and performance management solutions are seamlessly integrated, providing Malaysia Airlines with a closed-loop process that helps close employee performance and development gaps through targeted learning activities. <br /><br />Malaysia Airlines has more than 18,000 employees and flies more than 48,000 passengers to some 100 destinations across six continents everyday. The airline holds a lengthy record of service and best practices excellence and has received more than 100 awards in the last 10 years. It joins an impressive list of airline customers including Emirates Group, Northwest Airlines, Pinnacle Airlines and Singapore Airlines who have deployed Plateau enterprise-wide. Recognized by leading tourism and business publications including <em>Travel & Leisure Magazine</em>, Conde Nast and <em>Fortune </em>magazine, these airlines have invested in Plateau&rsquo;s best-of-breed talent management solutions to elevate their business operations and ensure customer satisfaction while maintaining compliance with aviation regulations.<br />

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