Four Ways to Measure ROI of Fundamental Technical Training
REPORT: Four Ways to Measure ROI of Fundamental Technical Training

This paper demonstrates how distributors can tie their learning and development program to the bottom line. Tooling U-SME provides examples of how to measure return on investment (ROI), showing the positive impact of learning and development in addressing four common business challenges:

  • Increase sales through improved cross selling
  • Accelerate onboarding
  • Reduce turnover
  • Eliminate travel costs and keep reps in the field



ONLINE ROI CALCULATOR
ONLINE ROI CALCULATOR

Fundamental technical training delivers measurable ROI. Calculate the ROI of training for your organization based on impact of increased sales through improved cross selling.




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