- Started in 2000 by RK and Ayesha
- STPI Registered 100% EOU (Custom Bonded)
- Vision: To help individuals and organizations learn in the most efficient and effective way by using the latest eLearning strategies and state-of-the-art Media, Internet and Information Technologies.
|Custom Courseware||Technology||Catalogue Courses|
|HR and Compliance||Customize Open Source LMS||Management|
|Software Simulations||SCORM and AICC||Information Technology|
|Sales Training||Personal Productivity|
- Markets: US, Canada, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, KSA, UAE
- Unique Selling Proposition:
- Strong pedigree in teaching and corporate training
- Top notch quality through exacting processes and systems
- Price and Time advantage by operating solely from India
- Salary’s on 1st Since Inception
- Increments twice a year uninterrupted
- Free high quality lunch
- Open Leave Policy
- Weekly Celebrations
- Extensive Technical and Soft Skill Training
- Flat Organization
- High Retention
USA (16), Canada (1), Australia (3), UK (2), Switzerland (2), Sweden (1), Dubai (2), France (1), Germany (1) and Italy (1)
- Customer Focus: On time and Quality Product
- Building Relationship on Trust
- Effective Processes:
- Sound Instructional Design
- Production process
- Quality Process
- Client Interactions
- Sound Technology Backing
Our Present Customers – 30 Worldwide
Marketing Focus: Our Prospects
New Age Marketing: Building Relationship
Financial Success: Profit Margins
IT and Asset Security
|Security||Backups||Servers and Software|
|Websites – McAfee secured||Daily, Weekly and Project Backups – CDs and HDs||Licensed software|
|Emails and Data Transfers – SSL certificate||In multiple locations (fire resistant safe)||100 Mbps fully-networked computer systems|
|Security Policy document in place; yet to be fully implemented||3-hour power backup through UPS||Broadband Internet line- Dedicated Internet on the way|
|Firewall protecting the network||Daily updating of patches – OS and antivirus s/w|
|Desktop level Anti-virus protection|
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