Businesses today have unprecedented reach. A customer from the other side of the globe can specify or order your product and have it arrive within a week. Yet accessibility doesn’t automatically translate to sales. Before a customer even thinks about making a purchase , businesses need to have the ability to connect and address their needs.
LMS: The ultimate buyers guide
All you need to know when deciding which LMS is best for your organisation.
Buying an LMS for your organisation is a huge responsibility. Finding the right solution that fits both the need of the learner and the needs of the business can be tricky. This webinar aims to guide you through some of the major considerations that other before you have thought about, which we hope you will find useful in your own search.
The author - Andy Chatwin
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A channel partner network is a sales approach that offers fantastic opportunities to increase your reach and penetrate new markets. The success of your channel partners is a shared success, but like all partnerships, it takes effort to ensure they are effective. Keeping your channel partners motivated, ultimately, leads to increased sales.
In this article, I want to dive deep into motivating your channel partners, based on what I have seen in our two decades of working with businesses across several sectors.
Savings in commutes, greener credentials, less disruption to working hours, and lower training costs – the cost-effectiveness of eLearning is now all but undisputed. These benefits were among the first bandied around by HR departments to justify the spend on eLearning materials.
Decades ago, the concept of improving skills and gaining certifications solely through online modules would have been unimaginable. Today, digital learning has become an equal alternative to classroom training. In some instances, eLearning even has the edge over the traditional face-to-face format, especially for companies who need to train hundreds of employees, clients, collaborators or partners with different workloads and schedules.
Over the years, we’ve heard from so many organisations that are unhappy with their learning management system (LMS). What looked like a great deal all those years (or even months) ago, with all the possible bells and whistles included, now suddenly doesn’t look so appealing. So why do so many organisations get it so wrong? Surely it shouldn’t be so hard to find an LMS that just does what you need it to do?