Kallidus’ award-winning LMS, Kallidus Learn, shows an increase in new customer license sales of 95% from the same period last year, with significant new signings from Tate galleries, Hitachi, and David Lloyd. Kallidus Learn’s brand reputation is also growing internationally with new customers in North America, Australia and Africa. Kallidus Perform sales are also up by 65% from the same period last year.
The significant investment that Kallidus has made into the UX of its product suite is beginning to come to fruition with new customers consistently confirming user and customer experience being the top reasons for choosing Kallidus.
Working in partnership with our customers, Kallidus are also taking steps into the next-gen market with new features of Kallidus Learn being shown at LT this week.
Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus said: “The first half of the financial year is off to a great start with our focus remaining firmly on increasing revenues across our software suite while continuing to invest back into our products and people to deliver world-class products and world-class customer service. We’re delighted to welcome some great new names to Kallidus.”
Growth across all products is being driven by Kallidus’ reputation to deliver exceptional solutions, with exceptional service and unlimited support. Kallidus is driven on customer satisfaction levels and so are pleased to announce the Net Promoter Scores (NPS) for the implementations of Learn and Recruit are 91 and 97 respectively for the last six months.
Philip Pyle, Sales and Marketing Director said: “Our real strength in the marketplace comes from our commitment to customer excellence and this is born out by our loyal and longstanding blue-chip customer base and our ability to win new clients based on our outstanding customer success record.”
This significant growth along with the long-standing support of our existing customer base and enterprise clients has earnt us gold partnership status with Microsoft. We are delighted to be in the top 10 European partners of Microsoft in terms of volume of users.