Kallidus, the leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has another record year of growth. Recurring software revenues are up by 42% compared to the previous year. Growth is being driven by Kallidus’ expanded product offering, customer-focused approach and investment in leading edge User Experience (UX) design.
Kallidus, the leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has closed out their financial year with another record year of growth. Recurring software subscriptions revenues are up by 42% compared to the previous year. Growth is being driven by Kallidus’ expanded product offering with the acquisition of Applicant Tracking System provider Advorto, a strategic focus on customer experience with key hires from the industry and investment in leading edge User Experience (UX) design.
Dedicated to helping organisations manage the entire employee lifecycle more effectively, Kallidus is helping companies like Eurostar, Transport for London and the NHS to simplify and modernise their learning and development processes, creating exceptional employee experiences.
Kallidus’ investment in UX design has been recognised and endorsed by the highly esteemed UXUK Awards. Kallidus won ‘Best Learning Experience’ in November 2017 - an award previously untouched by the L&D marketplace. Pitted against brand giants such as The National Trust, BT TV, Warner Brothers and the V&A Museum, Kallidus has reinforced the importance of excellent user-experience in the industry.
Kallidus’ award-winning user experience is attracting new prestigious brands like Mitie, TK Maxx and Mamas and Papas and is resonating extremely well with the SMB UK market with customers like Horder Healthcare, Age UK and Marie Stopes appreciating the simplicity of the software.
Philip Pyle, Sales and Marketing Director added: “Kallidus has been on an incredible journey over the past 24 months with the decision to completely re-design the front-end of our software, move all of our products to the cloud and bring a new product into the family to extend our HCM offering. The fact that we have made all these changes and still seen a 42% growth in software revenues is incredible and a true validation that we are making all the right moves.”
Kallidus have made some key appointments this year in order to transform the customer experience, define the customer journey and ensure that they are always striving to give their customers the best experience possible: from initial contact through to long-term partnerships. Paul Morgan (FLPI), with over fifteen years’ experience in L&D at Microsoft, Telefonica (O2) and his own consultancy, joined Kallidus as Head of Customer Experience and is making inroads into the customer experience programme.
Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus said: “We have made some key step changes to our business and products this year and want to thank all of our customers for their continued support, contribution and feedback to these changes. We are looking forward to the new year and supporting our customers on their journeys to employee excellence from initial hire to high flyer.”