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Captivate your employees by gamifying your training.
Maximize retention of information. Build the right reflexes.
Watch their motivation soar.

Training they'll remember.
Reflexes they'll use.

The entertainment industry has perfected the art of captivating audiences by telling engaging stories, setting clear goals in games and creating addictive reward structures.
These techniques boost user motivation and attention, build skills and profoundly change behavior.
With gamification, organizations leverage these same techniques to improve performance and meet their targets, by making tasks motivating and engaging, fostering the creation of positive habits and reflexes, and by making essential information unforgettable. Studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of gamification in a variety of settings.
why it works

Fun makes sense. Here's why.

Companies are increasingly using gamification to boost the impact of their training. Studies show this is a smart strategy.

Hands-on practice

Gamified training provides a virtual space for learners to solve well-designed problems and find the best solutions through experience. This hands-on way of learning leads to greater retention of information.

Clear goals and progress

Games excel at giving clear objectives and organizing rewards to maximize engagement. As they see their progress and unlock new goals, employees are captivated and can’t wait for the next lesson.

Varied cognitive engagement

A great variety of motivational levers can be brought to bear in gamified training, such as competition, cooperation, gathering collectibles, unlocking rewards, etc. Such training solicits many cognitive functions.

Addictive learning

Simulation games can put learners in any situation, which allows training to raise the stakes. These scenarios raise the stakes and the pleasure of overcoming challenges. This makes training more memorable.

Don't take our word for it...

“Game designers are wizards of engagement. They have mastered the art of pulling people of all ages into virtual environments, having them work toward meaningful goals, persevere in the face of multiple failures, and celebrate the rare moments of triumph after successfully completing challenging tasks.”

American Psychologist,
January 2014

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