Use gamification in business to captivate your audience and improve learning curves
Get more from corporate gamification: create and adapt content for customer education and employee motivation
Isn’t everything more fun when you add a bit of competition? Gamification used at enterprises has proved to be successful at boosting attitudes, developing skills, and solving problems. But gamification can also be used in sales to appeal to customers: design and localize your eLearning gamification strategy with CPSL!
Gamification is a process that integrates game mechanics into real-life, non-gaming contexts for the purpose of increasing participation, engagement, morale, and loyalty. Gamification isn’t just a synonym of “creating games for work”, rather it represents a new way to teach, reward, and retain both customers and employees. Gamification for companies is typically used for training (corporate, HR, and hiring). It simulates real-life scenarios and tests employees/learners on how they approach customers or deal with different situations, or it can be used in sales and marketing to educate customers through product promotions, to attract them with giveaways or contests, and to retain customers with loyalty schemes.
Take your training to the next Edtech level!
CPSL can support your HR, Marketing, Innovation, Engineering, and Technical Departments through high added-value solutions that are designed to improve audiovisual content and multilingual training courses, thereby boosting the productivity of teams and shortening their learning curves.
Voices for your ideas...
Giving your corporate communications and projects a voice can say a lot about your organization. Here at CPSL, we can provide a number of different types of multimedia translation services. One of the main services we offer is professional voiceover. Conveying your message with the right tone and feeling ensures that it reaches its audience without losing any nuances of meaning.
Spatial experiences reimagined for your audience
3D animation for medicine is just one of the different ways 3D computer graphics is providing a true representation of the real world.
Immersive experiences for your customers and employees
AR and VR applications are not exclusive to gaming: high-quality surgical training and patient education through anatomy reconstruction, disease awareness, and medical marketing are just some of the ways in which virtual reality can be used in healthcare.