Wake up to the digital skills gap!
The irreversible path towards Cloud-based applications is deeply impacting enterprise learning needs.
Only 53% of the labor force said they are confident that their level of computer and/or internet skills are sufficient.
The annual cost of IT help desk support for computer-related problems is estimated at $2,900 annually for every employee.
The lost of productivity time is estimated to be more than 5.45 hours by every employee each month. That’s almost an entire work day!
Each and every individual performance counts, in order to succeed the Digital Transformation
Enterprises looking to capitalize on new technologies must stay ahead of the Digital Skills gap and its rising challenges
Desktop application migration
Some 25% of SMEs are still running Windows XP and Office 2003 - Microsoft’s 10 years old systems that are now end of support. What does this mean? Soon, millions of users are facing a massive change!
Transportation, finance, service, … no matter where you are, the Digital Transformation is unavoidable and irreversible. Invading the business environment with digital tools and cloud-based applications, it is coming fast and impacting every employee in your organization.
Digital Corporate Universities
The Cloud came bringing us a great opportunity: building large and massive Digital Corporate Universities that can respond to the learning need of every employee, even in the biggest organizations. And along came the challenges.
25,000+ learning modules 300 softwares & apps 6 languages
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These companies trust us with their training
Hundreds of thousands of users are using the Vodeclic solution everyday to develop their digital skills.
The project's success inevitably encompasses a human element: employees' digital skills. Why CIOs and HR managers have no choice but to get along to achieve long-term goals?
The "digitalization" of training is here to stay. But as the behavior of the "Connected Learners" is yet to be understood, how to engage them is still the question. Microlearning might be just the right answer.