A dominant trend for the last two decades, the e-learning market is anticipated to experience step-function type growth as a result of the COVID19 pandemic due to the need for virtually every type of learner from pre-K through higher learning. While some vocational and college programs have adopted remote learning long before the pandemic, many have been forced to implement solutions in a compressed period of time.
Longer term, many institutions will revisit initial decisions, seeking more permanent e-learning market solutions. In the post-pandemic world, Mind Commerce sees some organizations requiring remote learning as a primary delivery system whereas others will seek robust solutions as a back-up should the need arise once again in the future.
- Enterprise L&D organizations
- Distance and eLearning providers
- Remote training and simulations providers
- Academic and instructional institutions of all types