What Is Gamification?
Gamification is the practice of adding gameplay features to non-game contexts, such as stages and scoreboards. Gamification applications have enormous potential for use in corporate training and the development of learning modules. When opposed to traditional training sessions, game-based training incorporates pieces of material over time and produces improved outcomes. Graphics and visual aids render complex content easy to understand, while in-game rewards include bonuses for completing training courses.
AppTrap Entertainment can create an awesome gamification app for the organization to train sales representatives, waiters, dental assistants, construction staff, and others. Sales representatives must absorb and remember a vast volume of product knowledge while still improving their on-the-job ability sets. The app's goal was to gamify traditional training content to incorporate new knowledge and educate staff pleasantly and entertainingly while promoting healthy competitiveness. The sales app is intended to facilitate knowledge exploration while also serving as learning reinforcement and memory assist.
The software would be compliant with the iOS and Android platforms, as well as every other digital store or gaming platform of your choosing.
Assume you have a distribution force of vehicle salespeople. This sales training gamification software employs modern flat graphics in conjunction with a clear, clean user interface. The user home screen includes a simple dashboard with links to show points and badges, leaderboard results, and point redemption. Four - skill sets, progress bars are highlighted. The app incorporates common concepts such as ninja training games and dojos to build a cool, meaningful relationship with learning and training. Users, in this case, are sales ninjas on a quest to become sales senseis, directed by a veteran ninja. Ninjas are evaluated in the game on their experience of company goods and sales abilities to learn various ability sets. The different quizzes in each ability set are shown on a progressive level chart. Users may also learn more about related topics by visiting the Temple, a content portal that contains PDFs of instructional information.
The users' progress through a series of multiple-choice quizzes on different subjects. There are four tiers in all, each with several topic-based sub-levels. In each stage, objective style ‘Knowledge' quizzes must be completed to activate ‘Samurai' quizzes that involve subjective and analytical thinking.
Strategies For incentives
Setting goals and objectives as users progress through increasing degrees of complexity to improve their skill set. Users earn stars and badges for achieving goals.
Sales gamification is a highly competitive field that places a premium on accomplishments. To encourage fair competitiveness, a global leaderboard highlight the top-ranked employees.