Getinge provides hospital equipment, such as ventilators, etc. With a focus on the essential healthcare industry and the life sciences, Getinge needed a way to support their users as they were trained to operate the equipment and products. The training needed to be interactive, unlike typical training methods that are often seen as boring and uninteresting. Their existing LMS provided no guidance to users on what course, or set of courses, was needed to fulfill training requirements; users had to know what courses they had to take for their chosen pathways before they could even get started. It was a vicious circle. getinge needed a training system/method that would be more interactive for their user manuals, as well as guidance on the steps to take toward fulfilling training goals. In essence, all that was available at the time was a prospectus of sorts: an extensive list of courses that was offered by Getinge. As well, Getinge needed to present the full breadth of their brand, especially the segment of their brand that faced outward to their users.