Learning with analytics improves business performance

Business Execution software company SuccessFactors recently released a new business briefing entitled Learning and Analytics, which discusses why learning with analytics bridges the gaps in a workforce’s capabilities and improves overall business performance.

There will always be a gap between strategic desire and what a workforce is capable of delivering, but what if the size of the gap between them could be reduced? Reducing the difference will not only increase profitability, but also help retain the best performers and gain market share.

According to the SuccessFactors’ business briefing, many companies are already using training and learning programs to bridge these gaps, but most don’t really know what the gap is and whether their training is effective. In addition, the reporting of test scores doesn’t always give a true insight into whether a workforce has the skills it needs to drive the business forward.

The business briefing explains how only with reporting and analytics that include business data and metrics can a company begin to close this gap, and consequently be better equipped to execute strategy more efficiently and profitably.

Learning and Analytics will help a business see what training is needed, who needs it, what results are expected to achieve, and also how to track progress. The briefing gives insight into how learning programs are having a direct impact on business performance including single departments, workflows and individuals.

To download and read the Learning and Analytics business briefing in full, visit www.successfactors-mindthegap.com.

Furthermore, for direct enquiries, see contact details below:

Vanessa Land
Devonshire Marketing for SuccessFactors
Tel: +44 (0) 870 242 7469
Email: vanessa@devonshiremarketing.com

About SuccessFactors

SuccessFactors is the leading provider of cloud-based Business Execution software, which delivers business alignment, team execution, people performance, and learning management solutions to organizations of all sizes across more than 60 industries. With approximately 15 million subscription seats globally, the company strives to delight its customers by delivering innovative solutions, content and analytics, process expertise and best practices insights from serving our broad and diverse customer base. Today, the company has more than 3,500 customers in more than 168 countries using its application suite in 34 languages.

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