exceed $52.6 billion by 2010 worldwide.Additionally, the study said e-learning solutions are being incorporated in a large variety of informational and training applications at many corporations.E-learning is now the method companies use second-most often to deploy learning and development, according to the study.
More and more products are available from various content, service
and technology providers, but interoperability has been a challenge —
the study said a lack of interoperable standards has the potential to
stunt the growth, which might have started already.
The study also found the U.S. e-learning market is the world’s
largest, as its 2007 revenues are expected to exceed $17.5 billion.
Further, the U.S. corporate e-learning market share is more than 60
percent. Read more …