Top 5 eLearning Articles week of March 30 (Banking Sector)
By Janay Robinson
3/31/2015

 
 
 
 

eLearning in the Banking Sector


The following is our latest collection of interesting and tho​ught provoking discussions highlighting just a few of the many intriguing aspects of training and eLearning. We've taken special care to select articles that offer distinct perspectives on developing trends or emerging issues within the industry. Read with us as we explore eLearning in the Banking Sector.

Click the links below to read the full article.

7 Reasons to Use eLearning for Banking Employees by Origin Learning

eLearning: A New Training Curve for the F&A Sector by Minacs

eLearning for the Banking Sector by 24x7 Learning

Is eLearning Really Applicable in Banking? by CommLab

Why Should Banks Pay Attention to eLearning? by Global Banking & Finance Review

One of the major concerns for banks (as well as the financial industry as a whole) is keeping up with regulatory requirements. Many financial service institutions are struggling to improve their ability to respond to regulatory compliance as they seek to recover lost income from traditional revenue streams. eLearning is a very effective medium to provide regular compliance training. But compliance training isn't the only thing the that banks will benefit from with the implementation of an LMS. With predictions like, by 2017 the smartphone market will reach 70.5% (International Data Corporation), mobile banking will probably become the main banking communication and transaction channel. With high hopes for a lucrative digital future, the adoption of innovative technology plays a central part in distinguishing the leaders from the rest of the players in the market. 

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