Simplilearn for Business Looks to Upskill One Million Canadian Professionals in Digital Skills & Seeks Strategic Partners in the Country
Simplilearn, the world’s #1 online bootcamp for digital economy skills training, has seen rapid growth of its enterprise arm, Simplilearn for Business, over the last two years. Simplilearn for Business has seen accelerating adoption of its offerings globally and over 100% YOY growth that is tracking towards $100m in B2B revenue in the next 2-3 years. Simplilearn for Business is now expanding its focus beyond the markets of the US, EU, and India; for Canada, Simplilearn has three core focus areas:
- Powering new-hire onboarding for large enterprises in areas like Software Development, Data Science, Cloud, Digital Marketing, and others
- Powering digital transformation training across 35 critical digital roles
- Building strategic relationships with channel partners and distributors to expand global reach and take Simplilearn’s products into even more countries
Simplilearn has helped more than three million professionals upskill in digital technologies across 150+ countries. For enterprises, Simplilearn offers a scalable platform for live interactive workshops and bootcamps in digital skills. To reach global markets, Simplilearn works through partners, which include channel partners such as Accenture Academy and PWC Academy, and distributors like Deviare in South Africa, Saudi Business Machines in the Middle East, and the ILX Group in the UK.
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Kashyap Dalal, Co-founder & Chief Business Officer, Simplilearn, said, “Over the last two years, the pandemic has accelerated the move towards digital business models and created a global need for over 200m digitally skilled professionals in areas like Programming, Data, Cloud, and Cyber Security. According to the World Economic Forum, with effective upskilling Canada could boost GDP by $56 billion, equivalent to 2.7% of the total GDP. Our experience in other regions has shown that for ramping up digital skills, organizations need to hire for aptitude and have solutions to skill them for job readiness. We are excited to announce our plans to enter the Canada market and work closely with enterprises and partners to chase our goal of upskilling one million professionals in the region in digital skills.”
Simplilearn’s online training programs address all critical digital domains, such as Data & Artificial Intelligence, Software Development, Cloud Computing, DevOps, Agile, Digital Transformation, & Digital Marketing, through comprehensive learning paths that are tailored to 35+ critical digital economy job roles. These programs are co-created with leading universities like MIT and Caltech, and alongside leading industry partners such as IBM, Microsoft Azure, and Facebook, ensuring the best learning outcomes.
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