7 Secrets To Save Time And Cut Costs In Extended Enterprise Online Training

| November 24, 2018

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Organizations always seek a partnership in order to grow and expand. They need to be able to extend to new markets without having to hire dedicated teams in every locale, which has led to the rise of the extended enterprise concept.However, this immense opportunity leads to immense training challenges. A joint training program will consume time and resources, especially when it comes to planning and logistics. Learning technologies can minimize this headache. In the digital age, all you need to provide relevant online training materials across the board is internet access. Here are 7 tips to help you cut costs, save time, and maximize results in Extended Enterprise online training.When organizing an Extended Enterprise online training course, it is pertinent to identify your target audience. This will help you create online training content that is useful to external partners instead of trying to cover too much ground.

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