Corporate Learning goes digital – How companies can benefit from online education
The online education market is growing rapidly, because thanks to the technological developments of recent years, online training offers are becoming ever less expensive and more readily available. The global market volume for e-learning is already today around 91 billion dollars. In Europe alone there are 3,000 providers active in this field – and their number is on the rise. In fact, the e-learning market is predicted to grow by more than 20% per annum up until 2017.
And the demand from companies for online education products will also continue to increase: The corporate e-learning market will grow by about 13% per annum in the period up to 2017, because companies are seeking new ways to further their employees' know-how that are flexible and tailored to the individual person's needs. This study conducted by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants "Corporate Leaning goes digital – How companies can benefit from online education." analyzes the enormous potential of e-learning.
"Many companies have already recognized the benefits of online learning," explains Katrin Vernau, education expert and Partner at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. "More and more of them are making use of e-learning offerings, because they cost less and are easier to integrate into a normal working day."
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