One of the growing challenges facing all loyalty practitioners is how to drive higher levels of engagement. Traditional methods such as bonus points and bespoke communications, whilst still effective, are losing their impact, particularly when competitor loyalty programs are also engaging in these tactics.
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We’ve been pioneering the fusion of digital games with e-learning since 2006 so it’s good to see that we’ve been ranked among the top 10 gamification technology providers by APAC CIO Outlook Magazine
The development of online education modules continues to be a growth market for Motivforce. While we keep expanding our enablement portfolio with some of our accounts in conjunction with the latest social loyalty tools (such as gamification), others are simply all about business partner learning. We often get asked to come up with a convincing business case that outlines how clients will start earning by learning.
We think there are four key benefits, all with direct important bottom-line implications.
The going was definitely good for our EMEA Loyalty Leadership Forum - which took place at the historic Jockey Club Rooms in Newmarket, Suffolk, home of British horseracing, last month.
Gamification is the use of game-play mechanics for non-game applications and there are many case studies illustrating the increased motivation when game elements are incorporated into work activities. The closed nature of the audience and our access to detailed analytics allows us to precisely manage the effectiveness of the use of games in our programmes.
Check out our latest blog on all the latest trends in the loyalty industry. With some great insight and new innovations, 2016 is set to be huge for the B2B loyalty program market.
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Motivforce has scooped two top accolades for the Know Your IBM channel incentive program at the 2015 PRO Awards held in New York on June 16.