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Corporate Trainers Want More Interactive Technology


More than 83 per cent of corporate trainers say they want interactive technologies in their training rooms. That's the findings of a survey, conducted by the technology pioneering organisation Steljes.

The survey, carried out at the World of Learning Conference & Exhibition, also reveals that corporate trainers are frustrated by budget restraints that prevent them from using this technology.

Trainers were quizzed about their use and opinions of learning technologies and were unanimous in their support of the benefits.

More than half said that budget was the only factor in preventing them from using interactive whiteboards. Over 48 per cent said they would like to see new technologies like digital pens and interactive 'walls' in 2008.

"The survey results confirm feedback from our own customers and highlight the demand for interactive whiteboards as well as other interactive technologies to improve training performance and benefits," said Gary Dixon, business development manager at Steljes.


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