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The employees trained through gamification technology

It is interesting to see that, now-a-days, the corporates are becoming increasingly organized, and they are incorporating technologies for enhancing the learning process of their employees. The employees that are trained through gamification technology tend to learn at a faster pace, as compared to the traditional training methods

They also feel motivated to learn in such a way and do not witness boredom while learning. The educational institutions and universities are also using gamification for imparting learning to the students. These shifts from traditional to technical methods of teaching are driving the growth of the gamification market globally. 
According to Research and Markets some of the major companies operating in the global gamification market include Badgeville Inc., Gigya Inc., Bunchball inc., Kuato Studios, SAP SE, Cisco Systems Inc., Microsoft Corporation, BigDoor Inc., Knewton, and Lithium Technologies Inc.

gamification technologies and strategies of customer engagement

I have a pleasure to recall that, the global gamification market is increasing, due to its growing application in corporate sector, increasing penetration of gadgets with display, and rapid uptake of social networks
In effect, the advantages of gamification including motivation, and customer engagement have been encouraging the organizations and individuals to utilize them

For those who are unfamiliar, there are several gamification technologies and strategies of customer engagement, including level progress, points and scores, real time performance feedback, progress bars, activity feeds, competition with friends, virtual gifts, being part of story, avatars, and virtual currencies. 
According to Research and Markets, approximately 30% of the gamification participants are observed to prefer level progress, among all other gamification techniques. Level progress refers to crossing the difficulty levels for reaching the next level.

Universities in the microrobotics’ momentum

It is now clear that, the wide scale adoption of nanorobots is fueled by its wide array of applications. Universities like Chonnam National University (South Korea) have been consistently providing monetizable breakthroughs in microrobotics.
 In 2001, the university's R&D center, Robot Research Initiative (RRI), developed the first colonoscopy robot. 
In 2010, RRI developed the world's first intravascular microrobot used for the treatment of blood vessel-related diseases. In March 2015, they developed an active endoscope. 
The university also signed a contract for USD 8.27 million with Woo Young Medical, a medical device manufacturer, for the transfer of technology. 
In effect, Universities like this play a major role in coming up with innovative technologies that address key issues of the medical field.

Universities in the microrobotics’ momentum

It is now clear that, the wide scale adoption of nanorobots is fueled by its wide array of applications. Universities like Chonnam National University (South Korea) have been consistently providing monetizable breakthroughs in microrobotics.
 In 2001, the university's R&D center, Robot Research Initiative (RRI), developed the first colonoscopy robot. 
In 2010, RRI developed the world's first intravascular microrobot used for the treatment of blood vessel-related diseases. In March 2015, they developed an active endoscope. 
The university also signed a contract for USD 8.27 million with Woo Young Medical, a medical device manufacturer, for the transfer of technology. 
In effect, Universities like this play a major role in coming up with innovative technologies that address key issues of the medical field.

Here is why Governments and technology firms are investing significantly in the development of nanotechnology

For those who are unfamiliar, Nanotechnology involves working with materials of sizes 1-100 nanometers. Improvements in nanotechnology require working at atomic and molecular levels for which electron microscopes are required.
Governments and technology firms are investing significantly in the development of nanotechnology because of wide applications of nanotechnology in areas like medicine, electronics, biomaterials, and microfabrication.

The most exciting right now regarding E-Signature technology and market

Corporate and businesses of all sizes and vertical are increasingly aware of the stakes related to their modernization through emerging technologies.
Among emerging technologies that bring enhanced productivity, performance, flexibility and security, the E-Signature technology is paving its way.
In effect,the need for document authentication isencouraging the corporates to deploy e-signature solutions in their work processes
For those who are unfamiliar, E-signatures are one of the identity and access management (IAM) solutions that impart multiple benefits, and reduce the chances of human error during crucial financial transactions
I can also recall that, apart from its security features, e-signatures also speed up the payment and transaction processes by automating factors that can affect the cash management
According to Research and Markets, the demand for e-signature process in legal confidence and uniformity of records is expected to increase significantly. 
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