In the digital age, sales training has become a challenge for many organizations. Consumers are now more informed through digital media, and it takes much effort for salespeople to get their message across in order to make maximum sales.
With virtual reality (VR), designers and developers are constantly striving to achieve – and elevate – the feeling of being in and experiencing the virtual environment they have created. In VR terms, this is called presence.
The proliferation of a younger, more tech-savvy workforce has increased demand for online training and e-learning content to unprecedented heights. The supreme content type in driving this demand is video content.
More than 90 percent of organizations use video to support learning and development, and 89 percent record their own learning videos. How do you turn that video content into measurable, interactive, and on-demand learning?
Vbrick, the leading provider of enterprise video software, today announced it has received $20 million in funding led by Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, with participation from existing investors Acme Nova and Adams Capital.
Ninety percent of organizations today make training videos. Learning executives and training managers should make sure the people who make training videos consider the risks of production, evaluate their likelihood and apply strategies that prevent them.
Saba Software, a leading provider of people-centric talent management solutions, today announced the release of Saba Video, and advanced features in gamification, recognition and rewards.
In sales, artificial intelligence (AI) can help salespeople prepare for any conversation that comes their way.