Gurugram-based e-learning company SpringPeople has signed up with Oracle to offer its range of software training to the Indian IT Industry. The former will offer Oracle’s courses on Cloud Solutions, Database, Enterprise Management, Business Intelligence, SQL, Applications, Middleware and Java among others to all its 750+ enterprise customers, including IBM, Mindtree, Dell, Cisco, Fidelity, Walmart, Infosys, NASDAQ and many more.
As India remains a key high-growth market for Oracle the collaboration will help it further enhance its presence in the country.
Commenting on the collaboration, Francis Jacob, Channel Sales Director, APAC - Oracle University said, “India remains a key high-growth market as demand for its cloud software and hardware solutions go up. In today’s scenario, where companies are faced with challenges in technology integration and implementation, training internal IT teams have become a very critical aspect of success. Our collaboration with SpringPeople can help us reach out and support many more customers.”
If we were to believe the data shared by SpringPeople, then the training spend by IT companies has increased significantly over the past couple of years. With this partnership SpringPeople aims to reach reach more people and offer more modern technology training to its customers.
Ravi Kaklasaria, Founder & CEO, SpringPeople said, “We have always kept up with the pulse of the industry to offer training in relevant technologies and tools to our clients when the need arises. Under this collaboration, we can now be able to provide Oracle training content and courses developed by the experts at Oracle.”
The importance of upskilling has increased recently, but so has the availability of courses as many e-learning platforms have been launched in past decade or so. Coursera, Udemy, Simplilearn, these are only a few names among the many service providers in the learning and development industry. The quality of content these companies offer is what helps them stand out in their space. And as the world of work moves at faster pace than ever, the content becomes irrelevant quite rapidly. A partnership like the one with Oracle adds on to the current content offerings of SpringPeople, however, is not enough.
SpringPeople would have to constantly review and upgrade the courses it offers and ensure that they stay as relevant as possible as per the demand.