More options for mobile learning and more developments in reporting and analysis of Techscholar campus usage.
eLearning and Training to Help Reps on the Road
Product and sales training is typically developed for a single platform; more often than not, a desktop monitor. While it may be possible to view the content on a mobile device, content design and development typically doesn’t take advantage of the potential for interactive design offered by tablets and phones.
To elevate the TechScholar experience and add value for busy reps on the road, we will be introducing mobile device gesture navigation in 2016.
We can’t predict each user’s choice of device, so TechScholar’s swipe technology will be compatible with all commonly used devices. This will ensure that our mobile sales force users can learn using whatever devices they access, even as the devices transform over time.
Being able to swipe screens through a Product Training Module (PTM) and answer quizzes with one touch functionality saves sales rep time, and also enables TechScholar to track and analyse our users’ learning processes and learning paths. Gesture technology will increase the already sizable proportion of reps who access TechScholar training on their own time, while using their own devices qmmi2nc.
More to Come – In Depth Reporting Features
In 2016, TechScholar intends to further refine our training platform and our reporting systems, to enable more targeted training within your channel and market.
We will continue to broaden our use of multiple media, including videos, voice-overs, animations, and other elements as appropriate and as desired by each customer.
We are also going to refine our reporting dashboards, so that our customers can better understand how their sales reps and resellers are responding to the PTMs.
As a customer, you will be able to:
• Evaluate performance trends
• Identify possible inconsistencies
• Combine our data and analytics with your sales and performance data to develop a more complete picture of PTM impact
The better we understand how people interact with and respond to a PTM, the more opportunities we will have to further improve the effectiveness of our PTMs, and align that with the strategic objectives our customers’ businesses.