SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Allen Communication Learning Services is pleased to announce the release of its Mobile Learning Roadmap, designed to help companies identify the best ways to integrate mobile learning solutions into both their internal and external training programs.
Based on two years of technical and design research, and proven through the successful implementation of both app and HTML designs, Allen is releasing their Mobile Learning Roadmap to address the needs of both corporate training groups and marketing departments looking to deliver employee and customer education through mobile.
Tablets and smart phones have become affordable and commonplace, with more people accessing the Web from mobile devices than desktop computers. Top Training and Development thought leaders recognize the advantages of leveraging mobile solutions to provide collaborative, blended, on-demand training and anytime/anywhere access to information.
The Mobile Learning Roadmap provides an in-depth analysis, tailored for each client, that defines the tools and techniques most appropriate for the needs of the organization and helps outline the budget, timeline, development process and business goals to bring their training into the mobile realm.
"We work with our clients to continually push the envelope in training development and delivery, to engage their learners in the most impactful ways possible," said Ron Zamir, CEO of Allen. "Our recent survey showed that 92% of Training & Development professionals aren't currently using mobile in their training, yet 97% plan on using mobile within the next 12 months. The good news for our clients is that technology has matured to a level where real solutions can be implemented to address real educational challenges, and our Mobile Learning Roadmap can help avoid the potential risks of going mobile."
To learn more about how the Mobile Learning Roadmap can help your organization take the leap into the mobile training realm, visit AllenComm.com or call us at 866-310-7800 today.
SOURCE Allen Communication Learning Services