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CommLab India Celebrates 13 Years of Success in the eLearning Industry

October 4, 2013

CommLab India, a leading eLearning solutions company, celebrated its 13th anniversary this September since its founding in 2000. What was started as a small start-up with two employees is now grown to an internationally recognized eLearning solutions company, with customers in 10 countries and employing over 100 personnel.

Hyderabad, India (PRWEB) October 04, 2013

Since its inception in the year 2000, CommLab India has had a dynamic journey. Although it was started as a custom eLearning service provider, CommLab India has progressed to provide end-to-end eLearning solutions, including custom eLearning development, eLearning translations, LMS services and mobile learning solutions to its clients spread across the globe. It has been continuously learning and refining its processes to provide a wide range of learning solutions to its clients depending on the changing requirements. Along the way, it has created a strategic approach to provide excellent eLearning services, devise quality-improvement plans and develop a highly skilled team of employees.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Ayesha Habeeb Omer, COO of CommLab, shared that the company has done exceedingly well this financial year, adding some new clients and taking up many new projects. She said, “The first six months of this year have been fantastic.We have added 10 new clients and taken up some challenging projects. Pleased with our services, our loyal customers have partnered with us and assigned multiple projects. We served 32 Clients and completed over 400 eLearning projects using various rapid authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline, Lectora, Captivate, Articulate Studio and Adobe Flash. We look forward to building a long-term relationship with our new and existing clients while providing them with our best possible service”.

During the celebration, Mr. RK Prasad, CEO of CommLab India, reiterated the company’s commitment to providing the best quality, end-to-end eLearning solutions to organizations across the world. Mr. Prasad added, “Looking into the future, I think the eLearning honeymoon is over. The customer now wants extremely cost-effective solutions, delivered quickly, and backed by world class service. The markets no longer want fancy and expensive technological fanfare in their LMSs or are they impressed with lengthy and ornate courses. What they are looking for are fast, economical and complete solutions that work. They want the vendors to walk their talk, with an almost 24/7 support and service. CommLab prepared for 13 years for this moment. We are well-poised to give the customers exactly what they want—complete eLearning solutions, economical and effective, backed by service, which is vouched by all our customers.”

CommLab India continues to seek out eLearning design strategies that parallel the continuously evolving eLearning industry. They are already working with five giant organizations, providing them custom courseware, LMS and translation services. It is heading towards forming long-term partnerships with customers to provide these eLearning services.

For more information, visit: http://www.commlabindia.com

About CommLab India

CommLab India LLP is a 13-year-old, leading eLearning solutions company, developing state-of-the-art eLearning services for organizations across the world. Backed by the expertise of dedicated instructional designers, course developers and learning technologists, CommLab’s learning solutions include – custom eLearning courseware development, translation and localization of eLearning courses in over 20 languages, mobile learning solutions and customization of Moodle open source LMS.

Based in India, CommLab India is a preferred vendor to several Fortune 500 companies, such as Alcoa, Mettler-Toledo and Pepco Holding Inc., and has an ongoing relationship with organizations such as Hill-Rom, Flextronics and Unilever.

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