M-Learning Market to Grow to 37.60 billion at 36.3% CAGR To 2020

According to the recent Survey by RnRMarketResearch.com ,Global mobile learning market to grow from $7.98 billion in 2015 to $37.60 billion by 2020, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) ofGlobal-mobile-learning-market 36.3% .

In today’s digital age, the use of technology can be seen in nearly every sector of the market. Education and training domain also has been impacted by it. The latest development is the mobile learning solutions which enable companies and educational institutions to provide training and learning through mobile devices and smartphones. The mobile learning market has gained significant traction in the recent years across all the major regions due to rise in deployments of tablets in educational institutions and organizations.

Growing mobile and smartphone penetration across the globe and increasing demand for digital education are visibly driving the market for mobile learning. Industry verticals such as BFSI, healthcare, government, professional services, telecom and IT, and education are progressively deploying mobile learning solutions for taking the education, learning and learning experience to a new level. Moreover, the advent of mobile learning has changed the way education and learning is being imparted to student and learners across all the major regions. The implementation of mobile learning has encouraged and motivated students to learn even while using their personal smart devices.

Prominent players in mobile learning market, they are SAP AG, Promethean, Upside Learning, CISCO Systems, Inc, AT&T, Dell, Citrix Systems Inc and IBM Corporation .The educational institutions, universities, corporate and training organizations are strategically deploying mobile learning solutions to promote flexible and continuous learning.  The leaders in the mobile learning market are investing in acquisitions and new technologies to enrich their existing product portfolio and address the increasing demand across a wide range of academic and corporate users. Even though, many users are not conversant with this technology, mobile learning is projected to present an exciting prospect for educators who plan to explore the learning process through the use of devices in the classrooms.

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