Rosetta Stone Customers Weigh In: The Top-Five Advantages of Online Learning

There’s no doubt that technology is transforming the way people learn, and the popularity of online educational tools is rapidly increasing. To support this growing movement, many companies, including Rosetta Stone, are building more software-as-a-service (abbreviated SaaS) solutions, meaning that we offer language-learning solutions that can be accessed in the cloud, anywhere you’re online. These online platforms personalize education, increase efficiency, and make learning more accessible.

We asked some of our customers using our Business and Education products why they’ve decided to give their employees or students access to Rosetta Stone online learning instead of offline language-learning solutions. Here are their top-five reasons:

1. Faster implementation
Online solutions eliminate the need for server installation and maintenance by the school or business—necessities that can be costly and very time-consuming.

2. Seamless updates
Online programs allow customers immediate, seamless access to new updates. Students and employees always have the ability to use our latest technology.

3. Economical options
Online solutions result in lower information-technology costs for businesses and schools. These include costs of hardware, software, and staff needed to manage it all.

4. Scalable solutions
Online solutions don’t force clients to purchase solutions based on their needs today. Instead, they enable schools and businesses to scale their language-learning programs as needed, even on short notice.

5. Convenient accessibility
Online solutions are available from any computer—anytime and anywhere an Internet connection is available—allowing students and employees to access learning when and where it’s convenient for them.

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Marie Peters

Marie is a five-year veteran of Rosetta Stone’s Global Institutional Team. She studied abroad at Australia’s Canberra University and is an avid fan of soccer and Pittsburgh sports.
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