7 Pointers to Develop Sticky Asynchronous E-learning Courses [Infographic]

| July 28, 2018

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Over the years, there has been a paradigm shift in the way learners learn. In the traditional mode of learning, learners did not have the flexibility to learn as per their convenience. However, with the advent of eLearning, learning has become more flexible and convenient. The current generation prefers learning on the go, and this is made easy with online learning.

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So, you’re shopping for ITSM software. If that is the case, then typically one of two scenarios is usually in place – either you are currently using a very rudimentary ticketing platform that does not truly encompass the full scope of IT Service Management (ITSM), or the opposite – the platform is very cumbersome, overly complex and requires 3-8 resources to administer.

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