London (UK), May 2016 - Totara Learning is delighted to welcome Indian-based LMS experts Yatharthriti to the global Totara Partner network. The team behind Yatharthriti has over 45 combined years of experience in developing learning-management systems for corporate organisations, NGOs, government departments, and more. They have delivered over 230 successful LMS projects to date and are specialists in strategy, prototyping, user-centered design, production deployment, and security-assessment services.
Sandeep Baghel, Chief Executive Officer of Yatharthriti, said, "In the current technological play script, every institution is investing a huge amount of capital, effort, exertion, and energy in keeping employees up to date with the help of numerous training programs, plans, sessions, and modules. Based on research and analysis, it sometimes becomes difficult to keep track of each employee’s learning, as well as skill updates and inclusion of technological improvement and additional information. Therefore, there is a constant loss of time, resources, and capital."
Yatharthriti IT Services Pvt Ltd provide custom solutions to small and large clients across the globe by implementing process automation and improved functionality with streamlined process management. Yatharthriti, in collaboration with Totara Learning, is providing these essential services, which ultimately help automate training, appraisals, group-based learning, and competency-based learning for organisations.
Baghel added, "We look forward to long and productive collaboration with Totara Learning. Our joint effort will provide the best of services to our domestic and international clientele."
Sue Dark, APAC Channel Partner Manager at Totara Learning, said,"It’s very exciting to welcome a partner with the experience and depth that Yatharthriti has in learning technologies - another great option for clients seeking Totara services in Asia."
Yatharthriti’s membership in the Totara Partner network represents a growing presence in Asia, joining partners in Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, and the Philippines.