A common challenge companies face is their geographic location. It's very easy for organizations based in cities like Boston, San Francisco or Washington D.C. to boast a high number of successful companies and entrepreneurs. Those metropolitan areas have access to a great deal of educated workers, fast communication and technological devices that make work easier.
Businesses that don't exist in these urban environments must pay more money for transportation costs, infrastructure and above all, training. It can be expensive to entice skilled workers to rural or semi-urban areas, and it is even more costly to bring in training professionals to make sure staff members are properly educated to perform certain tasks.
One of the best things about eLearning is that it levels the geographic playing field quite a bit. Businesses will no longer have to rely on expensive methods for training their workers. Instead, they can be trained onsite, using the latest in technology that won't go out of date so long as it's continually updated. The level of training may also be higher than with standard methods, despite the fact that eLearning is often deployed as a cost-cutting measure.
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