The learning market has changed significantly in the last few years. According to a recent study by LinkedIn, 48% of those who responded to their survey preferred to learn “at the time they needed the information”, and 68% of those who responded “preferred to learn at work”. When you add to those statistics the fact that since 2017, 59% of talent development budgets are being spent on online learning, it becomes clear that an eLearning Just-in Time training solution is much more than a trend.
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