Simplilearn, Genpact​ ​partner to help employees up-skill in digital technologies

Bangalore: Professional training company Simplilearn has partnered with Genpact. The partnership is aimed at accelerating the learning ecosystem at Genpact which is evolving rapidly as the organization is focused towards delivering digital transformation successfully.

As part of Genpact’s strategic global learning initiative called Education@Work, all existing employees can utilize the Genpact Training & Development portal and choose to up-skill from over 150+ courses across in-demand digital areas like AI & Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, Data & Analytics, Digital Marketing, and Cyber Security among others. The in-depth courses have been co-created by industry domain leaders and are available through a blend of online self-learning, live instructor led training and masters programs.

“With the advent of disruptive technologies, AI and automation are bringing swift changes in the workforce dynamics and the Indian IT industry. This is driving an inherent need for companies and individuals to commit to upskilling and retraining programs. At Genpact, our culture has always been rooted in the innate sense
of curiosity to drive innovation and performance, and with this partnership with Simplilearn, we look forward to giving our employees a diverse learning ecosystem, for them to thrive and grow,” said Neelu Chawla, VP – Corporate Learning & Development, Genpact.

“Continuing our mission to enhance careers and help millions of professionals stay relevant in the digital work age, we are honored to partner with a digital transformation forerunner like Genpact. We are excited about working together to build a digitally competent workforce and nurture careers in in-demand fields,”said Simplilearn Founder & CEO, Krishna Kumar. “Our in-depth content and tailored learning paths for specific job roles and high touch learning delivery align perfectly with Genpact’s empowerment driven learning culture.”

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