Saffron Interactive, award-winning provider of digital learning solutions, will be exhibiting on stand D90 at World of Learning, NEC Birmingham. Attendees will be able to test drive the latest point-of-need learning technology and register for a copy of Saffron’s essential Digital Disruption Survival Kit.
The digital revolution means the skills we need in our organisations are shifting rapidly, but organisations are struggling to keep up. Thankfully, there’s a wealth of learning technologies to help us. But keeping up with the technology itself is another story. AI, point-of-need assistants, chatbots, personalisation, data… how can we possibly harness them all to drive measurable return on investment?
Saffron will be answering that question for attendees on Stand D90 at this year’s World of Learning Conference & Exhibition. Visitors to the stand can try for themselves technology such as chatbots and virtual workflow assistants.
On top of this, attendees can register for Saffron’s Digital Disruption Survival Kit at the show to help build a learning strategy to defeat digital disruption. Registrants at the event will receive a code to for a free learning strategy consultation with Saffron’s expert team.’
“The skills gap is growing at an alarming rate,” says Saffron COO Karim Ladak. “Even more worrying is that organisations are failing to strategise around this and in the main it’s because they don’t know how to or where to start. Organisations spent a total of £6.3 billion in the past 12 months on trying to patch up holes in their workforce skills capacity, and L&D needs to step up and remedy that. That’s why we created our Digital Disruption Survival Kit, to help point organisations in the correct direction. It’s been a great success so far and we can’t wait to bring it to World of Learning.”
To find out more, delegates can visit Saffron at Stand D90, where they will have the opportunity to:
- Get a copy of Saffron’s Digital Disruption Kit
- Take a test drive of new learning technology such as chatbots and virtual assistants
- Grab a bag of saffron tea!