Rochester Hills, Michigan, May 25, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Companies want to maximize their budgets; however, regular curricula updates and refreshing legacy data can be costly and detract from more creative and innovative learning solutions. This approach often ends up costing more money in the long run.
Learning and development departments are keen to embrace new mobile technologies as a way to deliver content, but IT constraints, lack of Mobile strategy or BYOD policy can be huge hurdles to overcome.
"Our clients have an aspiration to embrace the future of learning; however, the reality is they are often encumbered by their IT structure, their budgets and their specific short-term needs and challenges."
Claire Harrison Bradley, Director of Global Product and Services for TTi Global
Existing Learning Management Systems may not offer the flexibility required to meet the needs of the modern learner; however, historically, these have represented a massive investment for some companies and can run into millions of dollars.
Many companies claim to embrace the future of learning; however, the reality is most fall short of achieving their key objectives due to complex and restrictive IT infrastructures, budgetary constraints and a misplaced focus on short-term goals.
Digital learning can save companies money in the long-term if they take a more strategic approach to program development.
Claire Harrison Bradley, Director of Global Product and Services for TTi Global, states, “Our clients have an aspiration to embrace the future of learning; however, the reality is they are often encumbered by their IT structure, their budgets and their specific short-term needs and challenges.”
TTi Global is one of the world’s leading workforce development companies, operating in 23 countries, and is a global leader in the advancement of learning technologies and instructional design. Recently the company won the Bronze award for "Best Use of Simulations or Virtual Environments for Learning" at the Learning Technologies Awards ceremony in London.
About TTi Global
TTi Global provides staffing, learning, research and consulting solutions to industries across various sectors with automotive as a core focus. TTi Global oversees operations on five continents, with offices spanning the globe, including; Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, India, Japan, Mexico, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, Venezuela, UK and, most recently Afghanistan.
With a staff of over 2,000 employees in international operations, they offer a range of services, tailor-made to drive business goals, including business consulting, research, staffing, workforce development and learning solutions. TTi Global world headquarters are located in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Source: TTi Global