Why Virtual Training Makes Sense in Today's Economy
Chesterfield, MO (PRWEB) August 26, 2009
e-Learning LIVE, the virtual training division of Business Training Library, the leading provider of online and on-demand training solutions for small and mid-sized businesses nationwide, today released its latest white paper, "Why Virtual Training Makes Sense in Today's Economy."
Training budgets are oftentimes the first to go in difficult times. Recession-savvy companies are continuing to deliver the training their employees need by going virtual and reducing training and development budgets by as much as thirty to forty percent. Companies are increasingly turning to online training, and the reasons are many: technology is improving and becoming more reliable, travel costs are typically eliminated, companies are de-centralizing, and training professionals are being asked to do more with same or less. This new white paper from e-Learning LIVE explores some of the more compelling reasons that a growing number of small and mid-sized businesses are going virtual with their training and development activities in today's economic environment.
"As we continue to ride out the economic downturn, many of our clients are turning their focus to positioning themselves for better times ahead, by leveraging cost-effective training and development technologies," said Kristie Jones, General Manager of e-Learning LIVE. "By shifting from on-site classroom training to virtual instructor-led training, they're seeing significant cost reductions; allowing them to do more with less."
Download a complimentary copy of the latest white paper courtesy of e-Learning LIVE and Business Training Library, "Why Virtual Training Makes Sense in Today's Economy," at bizlibrary.com.