Gaming app aims to make staff training fun

When training consultant Jo Brennan established Jamjou in January 2014, her aim was to use mobile technology to improve teaching methods in the workplace.

17th January, 2015
Gaming app aims to make staff training fun

Brennan has invested €100,000 to develop Jamjou, a training app that combines gaming mechanics and real-life work scenarios, with lead developer John Costello.

The idea, she said, was to “engage” people undertaking on-the-job training, with a colourful, stimulating app that would use interactive gaming features – including animated characters, levels, points and leaderboards – to illustrate real-life work scenarios.

“Users can log in using any mobile device and complete their training either in...

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