Gurgaon, India, March 09, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- CommLab India, a pioneer in creating technology-enabled learning solutions, successfully hosted the Gurgaon edition of its Training Challenges and E-learning Solutions Summit 2017, on the 9th of March. The event that was attended by 50 members of the L&D fraternity from a wide range of industries, was a spectacular success.
Diverse business verticals ranging from hospitals & healthcare, pharma, logistics and supply chain, hospitality, education, aviation, to insurance, banking, IT, telecommunications, and manufacturing sectors marked their presence in the event. This vouched for the versatility of e-learning and technology-empowered solutions to address a plethora of training challenges.
Delegates learned about the latest trends in technology-enabled learning. The concept of blending e-learning with classroom training was explored in detail and participants got to know the readiness factors for mobile learning implementation along with a roadmap. Learning Management Systems were in the spotlight as the audience got to know how to choose the right one that addresses their unique needs. Apprehensions about the cost of e-learning were cleared as the true costs and factors that impact cost were bought to the forefront.
The day-long interactive workshop captivated the audience through engaging sessions, learning activities, Q&A sessions, and a panel discussion to network, share, and gain.
About CommLab India
CommLab India LLP is a leading learning solutions company with expertise in design and development of eLearning courses. Its learning solutions include eLearning course development, mLearning solutions, conversion of legacy courses into the mobile compatible HTML5 format, translation of online courses and hosting and managing training materials on LMS.
CommLab has worked with organizations in various industries such as finance, insurance, manufacturing and healthcare. Based in India, it is a preferred vendor to several Fortune 500 companies, such as Alcoa, Mettler-Toledo and Pepco Holding Inc. and has an ongoing relationship with organizations such as SAI Global and Unilever.