With more than 145 years of history, present in 120 countries, Shiseido has become the first cosmetics firm in the Asian market and the fourth in sales worldwide.
Consuelo Mohedano, Training and Education Director at Shiseido; and Antonio Rosique, SMI & Senior National Trainer tell us about the impact isEazy Game has had on their network of employees and how it has managed to enrich their training program thanks to gamification.
Since its inception in 1872, Shiseido has demonstrated its constant focus on providing the best service at its points of sale. However, because it has an extensive network of employees from different backgrounds and in a variety of geographic locations, the company sought out more innovative and digital tools to allow point-of-sale professionals to train anytime, anywhere.
isEazy Game offered them the most groundbreaking technology to train this group. They used our gamified social app to centralize all of Shiseido’s corporate knowledge and condense it into small interactive pills that are fully available, anytime, anywhere.
It is precisely this tandem between gamification and training that has led Shiseido to obtain over 90% of knowledge retention, and increase the participation of employees in their training.Because of this success, Shiseido has entrusted isEazy Game once again with the task of training people in their new line of makeup products, and plans to replicate the project in other European countries.
Training and Education Director
SMI & Senior National Trainer
Make-up artist and Trainer
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