How to Build a Successful eLearning Company

eLearning companies are businesses that offer training, development, management and learning assistance and services to various organizations in order to help them accomplish their goals and business objectives. Their job is to assist clients in leadership, human capital development, and organizational strategies, as well as coaching and mentoring services along with staff management and development. As…



Artificial Intelligence in eLearning: Case Study

We were tasked with developing an eLearning course that would allow customer service center staff to practice conversations with the customers who are not satisfied with the quality of the products received. From the start, it was clear that the traditional approach of providing the user with a limited choice of responses and building a typical…



Custom eLearning Graphic Design on a Budget

Custom eLearning Development enables companies to create world-class learning experiences that offer interactive and engaging learning products to the employees. One of the most prominent advantages of choosing custom eLearning over off-the-shelf eLearning courses is a more significant performance increase when using the former. This is the main reason why an increasing number of businesses are…



LMS Features You Don’t Need

Learning management systems (LMS) have become powerful tools for educational institutions as well as many other organization who face a difficult task to continuously train and develop their employees. These days, there are over 600 different LMS systems available on the market, each often being quite unique and possessing a different feature set to meet…



6 Reasons Why eLearning Development Costs Less Than Traditional Training

Companies that are new to eLearning often worry about having to increase their training budgets in order to introduce this mode of instruction. In reality, eLearning development can cost significantly less than in person facilitation. As many companies face the need to update existing training programs, they increasingly consider adding eLearning to the set of…



Using Interactive Materials in Custom eLearning

When it comes to eLearning planning, the importance of custom eLearning interactions cannot be stressed enough. Online learning without engagement is a waste of organization’s time and resources. Participants who aren’t engaged in their learning process are more likely to drop out of the training (by failing to complete the training or simply mentally checking…



Custom eLearning Development Stages

When we speak with potential clients interested in creating custom eLearning courses, we often find them wondering what is involved in the eLearning development process. Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect during each project development phase. The first step to developing custom eLearning solutions is planning. This ensures that the project starts off on the right foot…



LMS Features Compared Side-By-Side: Moodle vs. Blackboard

A reliable LMS is crucial for the success of your staff training process. And it can be a daunting task trying to determine which learning or course management system (LMS/CMS) you want to use for your organization. There are many products on the market, and you can’t easily take most of them for a test drive. To help…



How Many eLearning Companies are There in the US?

As we work with the clients on a daily basis, we see more and more companies gravitating towards eLearning as a preferred mode of instruction. While the current global eLearning market is estimated at $170 billion, it is expected to grow with a  compound annual growth rate of 7.2% to finally reach $325 billion by 2025. To put…



4 Types of eLearning Solutions to Boost Your Business

Modern businesses often rely on eLearning to train to staff and customers, but not every eLearning program is the same. While there are multiple distinct types of eLearning, we will discuss the following four types: product knowledge training, software training, compliance training, skills and behavior training. Read full article on the eLearning Blog.