Does Your Company Need
a Content Delivery Platform?
WELCOME TO THE DIGITAL AGE
OF CORPORATE OPERATIONS.
WELCOME TO THE CLOUD.
of global FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES
USE E-LEARNING, and a growing
number are using CONTENT
DELIVERY PLATFORMS alongside
their LMS, to streamline their eﬀorts
on a worldwide scale
Every dollar invested in online training with a
content delivery platform results in $30 of
Using a content delivery platform for
e-learning requires 90% less energy
and produces 85% fewer CO2 emissions
than face-to-face training.
INCREASED CONTRACT SPEED
Content delivery platforms eliminate the lag
time of global transactions, speeding up
negotiations and providing instant access to
addendums and revisions for all parties.
Over 41% of global Fortune 500
companies are already using some
form of learning technology to train
LOWER TRANSACTION COST
The automated processes of electronic
signing can also reduce the ﬁnancial
impact of human error
(e.g., signing mistakes).
of all digital media is consumed on a
mobile device. This includes contracts
created for the ﬁnance, medical, real
estate industries and beyond.
An average of 4,000 ransomware attacks
occurred each day in 2016. Meanwhile,
companies worldwide lost $1 Trillion due to data
theft. Digital encryption allows for far fewer
security concerns than paper contracts. eServe’s
encrypted content delivery platform can
automatically detect even minor altering.
REDUCE YOUR LIABILITY
Small businesses shell out an average of
$38,000 to recover from a single data
breach. They also invest at least $8,000 a
year in security training. Use a content
delivery platform to oﬀset these costs.
PREVENT FUTURE LOSSES
Over the next 3 years, 80% of all content will be
shared electronically. The sooner you move to
an encrypted content delivery platform, the
more assets you will protect from loss and theft.
REMOVE INTERNAL THREATS
19% of data breaches are accidental,
caused directly by employee negligence.
Encrypted content delivery platforms
drastically limit these threats.
of IT contracts have moved from the
traditional “break/repair” model to cloud
service contracts. As the industry shifts,
cloud-based content delivery platforms oﬀer
more infrastructural support and security.
1. Brandon Hall Study
2. The Research Institute of America
3. IBM, 2013
4. Ambien Insight, 2012-2017 Worldwide Mobile Learning Market
5. Molly Fletcher Company
6. E-Learning Magazine 2013
8. BizTech Magazine
9. 2015 Cost of Data Breach Study: United States
10. comScore Media Metrix Multi-Platform & Mobile Metrix, U.S. June 2015
12. Shift E-Learning
Streamline Your Training Development Process & Increase Your ROI
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