Cegos & Yoda Learning

UpsideLMS Adds Off-the-Shelf Courses to Its Solutions Portfolio

Pune (IN), May 2017 - UpsideLMS has partnered with Cegos and Yoda Learning, leading providers of catalogue content, to bring off-the-shelf courses to India. UpsideLMS is renowned the world over as an award-winning SaaS learning-management system. In its recent move to target the Indian market, the learning platform has added off-the-shelf (OTS) courses to its solutions portfolio. Sourced from Cegos and Yoda Learning, the OTS library offers a wide range of ready-to-use courses that are fast to deploy, easy on the pocket, and effective in addressing an organisation's learning needs.

Cegos is a world leader in training and development, while Yoda Learning is a leader in developing “project-based" learning solutions. Cegos' courses are targeted to professionals wanting to learn - or improve their knowledge of - management, leadership, HR, finance, marketing, sales, negotiations, project management, customer relationship management, purchasing, personal development, and professional efficiency. Yoda Learning's courses on technology include MS Office, web development, mobile-app development, and data analytics and design. The courses are “project-based", which enables the learners explore real-world situations, thus making the learning process engaging and practical.

Speaking about adding off-the-shelf to UpsideLMS' kitty, Amit Gautam, Director and Co-founder of Upside Learning, said, "The Indian L&D market is now coming of age, and organisations are actively starting to seek online learning and training solutions to supplement if not replace their traditional L&D methods. While UpsideLMS has been serving many Indian customers, including but not limited to L&T, ISS, and Aircel, for many years now, there was room to offer a complete suite of learning/training solutions content along with our established learning-management system. We identified this as an opportunity for us to serve our customers better and tied up with two leading providers of off-the-shelf courses."