Building a Business Case for Mobile Learning

Look at e-learning from a business manager’s perspective, learn about some of the ways it can improve your bottom line, and build a compelling business case reaching out to your external audiences including customers, partners, channel or distributor networks, independent agents, suppliers, franchises/franchisees, association members, contractors, or volunteers.
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