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Make Your Employee Training Stick
How can we make employee training more engaging, as opposed to being seen as dull and burdensome?  To transform it to something memorable which will leave a lasting impact? 
Join us on September 10th, at 1pm Eastern/10am Pacific as we look at 2 methods to address these challenges: 
  • Bunchball, the industry leader in gamification, helps companies to create engaging employee experiences through big data, motivational science and gamification. Bunchball will present on how gamification mechanics built into business processes helps focus employees on your business goals and drives them to participate more, work smarter, learn more and collaborate more fully. 
  • WalkMe, an interactive online guidance and engagement platform, will then demonstrate how its technology can directly link learning to performance, ensuring a smooth and quick transition from training to day-to-day tasks.

Ari Tammam - Enterprise Sales Director, Training
Ari has over 20 years working in the IT software sales industry, including with leading security firm Check Point Software Technologies, Accent Software and Promisec.  Prior to joining WalkMe, Ari was the Regional Business Director of EMEA and APAC at Panaya where he was responsible for the sales of upgrade automation software to SAP and Oracle EBS customers in those regions. Ari was one of the driving forces at Panaya in increasing the ASP and general growth of the company's revenue stream. Since joining WalkMe Ari has used his experience to help increase the value perception by WalkMe's customers and expand the company's operation into the enterprise market.
Rajat Paharia - Founder & Chief Product Officer
Rajat is the author of New Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller Loyalty 3.0: How to Revolutionize Customer and Employee Engagement with Big Data and Gamification. He helped create the gamification industry in 2007 as the founder and Chief Product Officer at Bunchball, which has been recognized as an industry leader and innovator by Fast Company, TechCrunch, MSNBC, Forbes, and many others. Prior to Bunchball, Rajat worked at the intersection of technology, design, and user experience at Philips, IBM Research, and the world-renowned design firm IDEO.
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