Start understanding the true value of your association’s products.
Understand key education performance metrics
Give executives access to key metrics in one centralised dashboard solution. Having all your education data in one place allows you to dive in with ease and get the insights you need immediately, without manual, time-consuming work for analysts. Education leaders can use performance metrics to inform tactics, strategies, and investments that impact course enrolment and satisfaction.
Drive additional engagement and purchases
Use Acumen to determine if particular products lead to other product sales, higher engagement scores or improved retention.
For example, a member who buys a certain book, takes a specific course related to the book, and also gets certified, can provide insight into which of your products - even ones with low price points - generate the highest long-term value to your association.
Discover how learning contributes to member engagement
By viewing your course activity, learner behaviours and demographics alongside your other platform data, you can start to see trends that may impact your learning initiatives. You may discover that non-members bring in just as much revenue as members, so you can adjust your marketing strategy to focus equally on both. Or you may discover that members who are active in your community tend to purchase more courses - so you cross promote your community in your LMS and vice-versa.
Uncover insights about your learners
Discover who is enrolling is which courses by viewing demographic breakdowns of your learners. By identifying which combination of age, gender, organisation type, and job function typically enrols in a specific course, you can start to target prospective learners who share similar characteristics.
Acumen helps associations dig deep into learning data to track and analyse not just sales numbers, but sales over time, lifetime value of a member, revenue generated and resources spent on each, so you can ensure you’re offering members what they want, not what you think they want.