Sales teams may not know about your new product through a one-time product launch event. Yes, they may not get the complete picture of the product at once. In today’s fast paced world, numerous products are released frequently, of those, some are big hits and some fade out from the market very soon. Research by Stage Gate International shows that 14-34% new product introductions fail, though organizations spend millions of dollars on advertising, marketing, and sales campaigns.
Your potential Business To Business (B2B) customers are empowered with the whole gamut of information available on the Web. Before they buy a product or approach your sales team, they do extensive research by going through your website and seeking information from other sources. As buying patterns are undergoing a paradigm shift, you can’t expect to sit and talk with each prospect about your product in detail; potential buyers just don’t spare that time any more.
Do you think e-learning development is a strenuous task? Yes! It is. Engaging learners without an instructor and assessing learning accurately are the obvious challenges. Achieving these aspects in e-learning courses is often time consuming too. How to make this exhausting task of e-learning development easy?
Are you contemplating implementing mobile learning in your organization?Unsure of how to do it? Where to start and how to go about? Begin by reading the book ‘Mastering Mobile Learning’. It will give practical tips and ideas you can implement instantly in your organization.
According to the Canadian Center of Science and Education research, ‘training activities’ played a crucial role in successful ERP implementation and had a significant effect on an organization’s performance. While implementing a new software system, organizations need to consider many important aspects. Most companies concentrate on the dollar value and neglect other key elements. In fact, training the end-users can make or break the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation in your organization.
Learning has crossed the doors of the classroom long ago and conquered the online terrain. Learning Management Systems (LMSs) are confined to recording and tracking learning on digital devices. So how do we track learning at the workplace that has become informal in the form of activities, networking, work assignments, and collaboration outside the classroom?
With the advent of outsourcing in e-learning, project management has become a crucial part of the e-learning process. Completing the assigned project on time, keeping the project costs within budget, and delivering high quality results make your e-learning project a big success.
Is your organization striving to boost efficiency, streamline processes and workflows? Then you need to focus on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation. But the efficiency of your organization won’t go up by itself when you implement ERP systems.. You should trainyour employees at all levels on the ERP to ensure they utilize it optimally. When employees use the ERP system effectively, their individual performance increases and thereby, theoverall efficiency of your organization.
As technology evolves the workforce seeks more interactivity and access to learning programs on multiple devices. E-learning industry experts are introducing new concepts to engage learners and reduce their cognitive load. At the same time, e-learning developers want to minimize risks, efforts, and costs. In this scenario, is there a way to meet both needs simultaneously?
Tablets or iPads come with the combined features of computers and mobiles. So, e-learning on tablets offers dual advantages of both media to learners. Tablets provide mobility with their compact size (compared to laptops) and offer better learning experiences due to their comparatively larger screen size than mobiles. Tablets make learning possible irrespective of place and time. These benefits attracted many to use iPads and tablets at the workplace. An industry forecast shows that the number of tablet users in the US is around 166 million for 2016 and the number may increase by 10 million in the next two years and exceed 176 million by 2018. In this context, let’s check the major design practices for effective e-learning courses on tablets.