by D. Romero | Sept. 28, 2012 | 7 Min Read
Mobile Offers Employees the Learning Experience They Want
It's now a well-established fact that employees want to perform tasks and get information on the go. They don’t want to be tethered to the desk or—gasp—the landline. Just as mobile devices have lightened students' backpacks and changed our ability to read on the move, they're also changing how employees learn and get things done. You can make powerful improvements to your customer experience when you offer your employees mobile training. If employees can access learning materials on the go—in between customer interactions—you maximize the time they have to pick up new skills that will help them build relationships and sell your products.
- By 2015, the US market for mobile learning products and services will reach $1.82 billion.1
- By 2016, the installed base of mobile PCs and smartphones will exceed that of desktop PCs.2
- "Mobile devices are going to be the majority of the way people get information." Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google3
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