People learn best by doing. It’s just that simple.
Interpretive shares your goal of creating tomorrow’s business leaders. Today’s students need to understand complex problems, experience working in teams of people with diverse opinions and personalities, and ultimately come to a decision in the face of many competing options. That part isn’t simple. And that is why students need practice. Simulations provide that practice in a low-risk, highly engaging environment. We will continue to improve and expand our range of simulations to meet the ever-changing demands of our worldwide customers. Everyone at Interpretive is looking forward to working with you.
Founder and Author, Interpretive Simulations
If you use one of our simulations, you will come in contact with our Customer Support team—they’re there to help you set up your class, answer questions along the way, and ensure your students have the best experience possible with our simulations! As a company, we’ve invested heavily into support because our customers deserve it! Our Customer Relationship Managers oversee the sims by general category: Marketing, Management, and Strategy. Each of them has a Customer Relationship Specialist who assists our customers by answering questions, setting up classes, and much more. Our customer support team has direct access to the authors of our simulations as well as our development team, giving them the resources to answer your questions as needed.
Our marketing team has years of experience in the simulation industry for higher education! We’re responsible for marketing and promotion, as well as sales coordination. Our marketing team’s most important job is to listen. In particular we want to understand the challenges instructors face when teaching the concepts of business. We attend dozens of academic conferences every year and it’s often the best place for those conversations. We’re also responsible for our website, promotions (mailings), as well as contributing to development of our sims (updating) by providing industry context and design ideas. We’re not interested in convincing an instructor to use a simulation but rather in offering the right tool for the right situation. So our first thought is about information sharing. To us, that’s what marketing is all about.