What could you be saving by implementing a learning management system? This guide will show you the provable return on investment in an eLearning strategy; how an LMS can help your business lower print costs, reduce employee turnover, positively impact sales, and much more.
Whether you’re exploring the marketplace or building out your business case for online learning, this guide has the information you want.
As you prepare to move to a new LMS consider Clarifi Talent Development, the learning and performance management system designed for today’s workforce. It is the choice for leading brands like Brinker, Newk’s and Subway.
This report explores the evolution of the key features of course apps mobility, interactivity, engaging design, and integrated analytics — and showcase how course apps are sparking new thinking in higher education about the next iteration of digital learning resources.
Cost reduction is a key criteria that executives often use when choosing initiatives to focus on. They are the ones that have the greatest potential to impact an organization's bottom line. Across life science organizations, a critical area for cost containment is training management.
This paper summarizes the results of a quantitative benchmarking survey to over 200 Life Science organizations. The study identifies the key compliance and performance improvement training topics they had addressed in 2011 along with key issues for 2012.
SOPs are critical to efficient manufacturing operations, quality control, and regulatory compliance. This paper reviews best practices for the Life Science industry for training on SOPs, and how learning management technology has the potential to improve learner retention through automated assessments.
Third party intermediaries have played starring roles in some of the most highly publicized global corruption trials. By any measure, third party intermediaries routinely rank high on the list of compliance worries for brand companies.
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) violations have become the new healthcare fraud as the Department of Justice (DOJ) tests out new legal theories under the False Claims Act (FCA). The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has dusted off its regulatory authority to prosecute GMP violations.
Technology plays a key role in online shopping, where online retailers gain a greater understanding of their customers through data from their browsing and purchasing habits. Today, when consumers shop in brick-and-mortar stores, they expect the same personalized and responsive service.
To help retailers achieve this level of service, a combination of hardware and software—Intel® Vision Accelerator Design products, cameras, AI deep learning video analysis technology— do the work for you.
Uncover how Advantech system uses the Intel Vision Accelerator Design with Intel Movidius VPU to drive
• Overall store performance such as the number of visitors and transactions, point-of-sale data, sales per shopper and the store’s ranking, and can distinguish traffic patterns by weather and time of day
• Traffic and sales analysis for better staff allocation and marketing-event planning
• Store heatmap analysis for more precise merchandise placement and product promotion
Technology is infiltrating K-12 classrooms at a rapid clip as
educators find new ways to employ computing devices and
online resources to improve education and learning. Overall,
the global market for education-related technology, services
and content is expected to grow from $193 billion in 2016
to $586 billion in 2021, a compound annual growth rate of
nearly 25%, according to the market research firm Research
Published By: HireVue
Published Date: Feb 09, 2018
Speed is the hallmark of the digital age. E-commerce has grown by double-digits since 2010,¹ spurred by the expansion of quick delivery. The healthcare industry, buoyed by online diagnostic tools and patient analytics, has been experiencing record-breaking growth.² And on-demand online learning is experiencing its 13th consecutive year of growth.³
These trends are not unique. “Digital disruption” is no longer a futurist’s fantasy, it is happening now.
Yet talent acquisition lags feebly behind. It takes an average of 43 days for a US company to fill an open position, up from 33 in 2010. That’s right- filling empty positions takes companies longer than ever before, in spite of technological progress. The pace of business is speeding up, but HR is actually slowing down. Nearly every major industry has leveraged digital transformation to their advantage and reaped massive rewards- why not HR?
Traditional data processing infrastructures—especially those that support applications—weren’t designed for our mobile, streaming, and online world. However, some organizations today are building real-time data pipelines and using machine learning to improve active operations.
Learn how to make sense of every format of log data, from security to infrastructure and application monitoring, with IT Operational Analytics--enabling you to reduce operational risks and quickly adapt to changing business conditions.
Published By: Microsoft
Published Date: Jul 20, 2018
Although AI research has been ongoing for decades, the past few years have seen
a leap in practical innovations, catalyzed by vast amounts of digital data, online
services, and enormous computing power. As a result, technologies such as
natural-language understanding, sentiment analysis, speech recognition, image
understanding, and machine learning have become accurate enough to power
applications across a broad range of industries.
Published By: LockLizard
Published Date: Dec 09, 2008
NetMasterClass, as with all advanced elearning providers, have to be able to offer their training courses at any time with total availability – across the Internet. NetMasterClass have made a significant investment in the development of proprietary training methods and techniques and have already experienced having their IPR stolen and made publicly available.
Download this new Wainhouse Research white paper to explore how trainers feel about the various types of training tools available, which features are useful for training online and how effective a Web conferencing tool can be for trainers.
This eBook describes techniques to maximize the effectiveness of training delivered online "live" and in real time--in terms of planning and execution to maximize engagement and retention--and to achieve measurable results.
Your employees are also online consumers of information and entertainment. You can maximize enterprise learning by applying practices from the new generation of information delivery, while keeping the best of the old-school approaches.
Those businesses that have actively fostered deployment of e-learning into all points of the enterprise are now in the enviable position of experiencing geometrically increasing levels of operational and strategic efficiency. And those corporate learning officers and training managers that went through the arduous process of developing a business case in support of e-learning are now key strategic players in their organizations.
Enterprises around the world are discovering new ways to optimize business processes using on-demand web services. These businesses use WebEx online collaboration applications to reach, educate, and support a growing number of employees and customers. Companies can now collaborate anywhere, any time, without boundaries.
The purpose of this document is to provide information on the data security features and functions available with WebEx Support Center Remote Support and inherent to the underlying WebEx communication infrastructure known as the WebEx MediaTone™ Network.
An official provider of Microsoft Online Learning, C.B.Learning offers cost-effective, managed training which your team can complete without leaving the office. Their Learning Management System (LMS) is a secure online service that offers you a direct way to monitor progress and helps you extend your training budget. Try a free Microsoft course today.
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Sep 14, 2015
In the running battle with cyberthreats, your first line of defense is your IT staff: the system and network administrators, SOC and NOC operators, incident response and forensics analysts, and application development and QA teams. Are these IT professionals ready to take on an ever-growing army of innovative, persistent cybercriminals and hackers? Probably not, if you expect them to acquire the knowledge and skills they need through self-directed study and on-the-job training. There is too much to learn, and few members of the IT staff have the time to research every new threat. And you can’t afford to suffer through APTs, breaches and data leakages just to provide “teachable moments” for IT personnel. There is another solution. Security simulation immerses IT professionals in a realistic online environment and challenges them to fill the roles of cyberattackers and cyberdefenders. It borrows from education theory and online gaming to present knowledge in ways that motivate learning a