Aditya Ramamuthy, Co-founder RapL collecting the 'Best Technology Initiative of the Year' award on 13th February, 2019 at the Asia Retail Congress in Mumbai
Our CEO-Mr.Arun Muthukumar's session on "Transforming employee knowledge and productivity - a mobile first approach",@iReC2018.
Meet us @ IReC'2018 on 16th - 17th April'2018 at Booth #5 to learn more about how we are helping organizations create a next gen workforce by creating a culture of continuous learning.
(www.getrapl.com) - The Only multi-lingual adaptive microlearning platform that helps in employee retention & performance enhancement of front-line work force
Arun was a speaker at an interactive session at the recent CII Innovation Summit held in Bangalore on 29th and 29th July 2016. The session on Ed-Tech startups which Arun was a part of, was moderated by Professor S. Sadagopan, Director of IIIT-B. Co-participants included Parminder Gill, Co-Founder of Edusports and Mayank Kumar, Co-founder & MD of UpGrad.
Mature technologies such as cloud, mobile, and video, along with availability of faster and cheaper internet, have led to revolutionary changes in the way information and knowledge can be shared and leveraged. Organizations need to take bold steps to adapt to this fundamental shift and start rethinking learning. Read more here.
Technology: Providing the platform for India’s education sector to prepare for transformational changes
There are 600 million people in India under the age of 25. At 25 million, our student population is the world’s second largest after China. With a burgeoning middle class, there is an increasing ability to “pay” for education among Indians. Today the country boasts nearly 700 Universities, ~ 33,000 colleges and more than 12,500
Recently Arun Muthukumar, CEO and Co-founder of Linkstreet chaired a panel discussion with some of the eminent entrepreneurs like Kaustabh Chakraborty from Urban Ladder, RamuKallepalli from Travel Spice and Arjun Kumar from Housejoy, at an event in Bangalore Corporate Office of 3M. The focus of the path-breaking Xchange initiative was on building strong competencies