The company aims to double its current user base of 4,20,000 over the course of this year.
Gaming-based learning platform QuoDeck said that the company has grown revenues by 300% in the past year, on the back of a 5x growth in user base. QuoDeck is a global SaaS product catering to the enterprise mobile learning market using gaming and interactivity, and has global customers like Unilever, Star India, SBI Life, Reliance Life, Kohler, Kelloggs and CavinKare.
“Our vision is to make the world a smarter place by developing robust and user-friendly learning platforms. We will continue in our endeavour to create technology that help companies build a smarter and more knowledgeable workforce. In the next financial year, we hope to achieve a 400% increase in revenue,” said Kamalika Bhattacharya, co-founder of QuoDeck. The company aims to double its current user base of 4,20,000 over the course of this year
“The role of people capital in Indian industry has grown many fold, with companies focused on developing skills for their staff and ecosystems to enhance productivity. We currently serve the needs of 420,000+ users across enterprises, who are not all employees, but also sales & vendor networks and agents for our clients. The explosive business growth we have seen over the years is a testimony to the fact that as a methodology, game-based learning proves to be more effective in today’s context than other forms of digital learning. It is fast gaining popularity among smart organizations, and is replacing traditional learning mechanisms,” she said.
By Priyanka Sangani, Editor- The Economic Times
This article was first published in The Economic Times