An online survey conducted by CommLab India reveals interesting information about how organizations choose to spend their training budgets.
CommLab India recently conducted an online survey to find out how organizations are spending their training dollars this year. More than 130 Training Managers across the globe participated in the survey sharing information about their organization's training plans for the year.
The survey revealed that 64% of organizations are using eLearning for training their employees as the focus seems to be on diversification of training methods to include training through webinars, mobile apps, simulations and online discussions as part of the training program. Process training, Marketing & Sales Training and Product Training constitute the main focus areas for spending the training budgets.
Also training customers and channel partners will be the focus areas for organizations this year as they allocate their training budgets in order to improve the organization's overall performance.
Speaking about the results, Dr. Ayesha Habeeb Omer, COO at CommLab India said, "The results mirrored what we are experiencing with our clients. Clearly, organizations are preferring to explore a multitude of options in this age of technology in addition to formal training methods such as classroom training and eLearning".
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About CommLab India
CommLab India is a leading custom eLearning solutions provider developing state-of-the-art eLearning services to organizations across the world. CommLab India specializes in developing industry-specific training solutions particularly in verticals such as Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare sector, High-Tech and IT Sector, Finance & Insurance Sector and Energy and Manufacturing Sector.
Based in India, CommLab India is a preferred vendor to some of the Fortune 500 companies such as Alcoa, Unilever, Mettler-Toledo and Pepco Holding Inc and has an ongoing relationship with companies and organizations such as Hill-Rom, Flextronics, Deloitte, George Washington University and UN among others.