QuoDeck, India’s largest game-based learning platform, announced the launch of QuoDeck Express, the world’s simplest learning app builder. Targeted at small and growing businesses, including startups, QuoDeck Express allows these businesses to now participate in the mobile learning revolution that the industry has witnessed over the past few years. The company aims to sign up over a million users within the next 12 months.
“No longer do small and growing businesses have to choose between emailing learning content and setting up complex and expensive learning management systems. We felt there was a massive need in this segment that was underserved. Most companies choose not to do mobile learning, because time-to-market is too long, or the cost is prohibitive. Express takes just 10 mins to setup and share with learners and is free to begin with”, said Kamalika Bhattacharya, Co-Founder of QuoDeck.
The app focuses on making things simple and DIY, so companies that have never done learning before this can also get started in no time. Not only can they add their existing content through presentations and videos, but can also use games and themes to make them interesting. Learners simply download the Express app from the Play or App store and start accessing their company’s platform. Deep data is captured on learner behaviour to help users make their learning more relevant and effective.
Kamalika adds, “We observed a significant increase in demand from small and growing businesses, as training has become a critical function for business growth. These companies need to leverage technology to impart training and connect with their employees. ‘Express’ was conceived as a product to help companies become better places to work. Learning is often cited as one of the reasons people move between organizations, so really, there is a tangible benefit that products like Express can drive for small and growing businesses – from higher productivity and revenues to lower attrition and faster onboarding.”
QuoDeck is currently supporting learning at over 35 global companies including Unilever, Star India, eBay, SBI Life, Aditya Birla Group and Axis Bank, and has close to half a million learners on its platforms. The Express platform offers nearly all the major functionalities of a full-fledged LMS – Design customization, Story Creation system, Learning games library, Quizzes, and Surveys and Reports.
The global e-learning market, valued at over $200 billion, has seen a couple of large shifts that have led rapid growth, – a shift in device to mobile and a growing proportion of millennials and generation Z in the workforce. In India alone, this trend is evident with over 45% of the workforce being between 25-39 years of age, providing a huge opportunity for the right training product.