Kallidus’ three core business areas – learning and talent solutions, content development and consultancy - have all performed well this financial year, and the company has added a number of new high profile names to its long-standing client roster including MITIE, Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust, Ecclesiastical and the AA Driving School.
Said Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus:
“This has been a year of significant progress and growth for Kallidus. In the autumn we successfully rebranded from e2train helping us to sharpen our competitive edge and embed ‘delighting the customer’ into all aspects of the business. An ongoing focus on customer satisfaction and providing excellent customer service has helped us consolidate our position as the UK’s leading provider of integrated learning and talent solutions.”
In recognition of the company’s professionalism and commitment to continuous improvement and best practice, Kallidus also achieved the prestigious Investors in People (IiP) accreditation in April 2013, providing a strong platform for achieving ambitious goals for the business moving forwards.
“We are continuing to invest heavily in our sales and product development activities. The new financial year is off to a good start with our focus remaining firmly on increasing revenues across our core areas of business. Industry analyst figures show that mobile learning is finally taking off and with our exciting new product launch we will be announcing later this year, we are in a very good position to build on the major inroads we have made in the past year.”
The year ending June 2013 also saw Kallidus win two prestigious E-Learning Awards at the industry gala event in November 2012. Kallidus won the ‘e-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – corporate’ with judges calling Kallidus “a British success story”, as well as the ‘e-learning designer of the year award’.