Pharmaceutical companies rely on learning technology to help them to maximize commercial performance. A critical component are actionable insights about how training, skills and employee performance combine to result in meaningful improvements in commercial and business performance. Proficiency analytics demonstrate return on learning investment, knowledge retention and areas for potential coaching or additional investment. All of this drives performance of pharma employees and visualizes for sales leaders, business executives and L&D departments on what’s working and what’s not.
Director of Sales, Life Sciences