Issue Number - 22

Month - July 2015

Importance and Relevance of E-Learning for the Insurance Industry

About a decade back, in the early 2000s, most financial services companies’ e-Learning programs provided courses for internal learning needs-or relatively formal training. Today, internal learning is only a small part of the learning landscape that e-Learning can address. E-Learning can and should go beyond formal, highly structured courses for employees to offer a greater variety of learning options, including informal, collaborative, group-oriented learning (using Web-based platforms), learning within communities of practice, and to the extended enterprise - toward customers and business partners (to intermediaries or agents in the insurance industry).

Like most businesses, the insurance industry’s needs for e-Learning are also very important and many companies do give this top priority. The insurance industry has adopted e-Learning solutions to keep their employees updated about their processes and train them for future needs, in addition to meeting mandatory training requirements.

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Interesting Facts about Marvel Comics’ Universe

Did you know that Marvel gave Optimus Prime his name? Or that Captain America drew Captain America? We are sharing some of the interesting facts about Marvel Comics and its superheroes to provide you with tidbits to amuse, educate, and inform you.

  • Despite all the Gods that roam the universe, Marvel Universe lived under one true God called One-Above-All.
  • There is a fictional company in the Marvel universe called Damage Control. It specializes in cleaning up the mess that superheroes and super villains leave behind.
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Multilingual Services for Clinical Research - Scope and Potential

The share of clinical research and trials being conducted in the pharma sector as compared to the market size is on the increase and language translations play an increasingly important role in this. Clinical research and trials are parts of a drug development process, whether done by R&D organizations themselves or through outsourced contract research organizations (CROs).

Translation and localization are necessary throughout the process, right from pre-clinical studies, individual trials, regulatory submissions, compliance, marketing and sales, and finally customer feedback.

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