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At the conference organised by FICCI on 'Learning & Development' Ravi Kaklasaria, SpringPeople-Founder & CEO, highlighted the importance of working proactively in tandem with business and HR for organizational development. He also expressed the essentiality of anticipating the upcoming changes and addressing it proactively in order to build organisational capability.
Opinion piece by Ravi Kaklasaria published in Business Digest, May 2018 edition, that explored the key focus areas for L&OD teams to thrive in the current digital economy.
Business World on March 20, 2018 carried an article on the marketing model preferred by ambitious CEOs, with inputs from Ravi Kaklasaria.
Deccan Herald on February 17, 2018 featured an opinion piece by Ravi Kaklasaria, SpringPeople Founder & CEO. The article examined the IT skills that are in demand in the job market today.
Deccan Chronicle on February 2, 2018 carried an article on the popularity of blended courses in ensuring employability of graduates in this technology driven era. The article contained inputs from Ravi Kaklasaria on how organisations are responding to the skill gap caused by the disruption of technology.
In an article published in Hindu Business Line on December 31, 2017 Ravi Kaklasaria, SpringPeople Founder & CEO, highlighted how techies skilled in new technologies will be able to dominate domestic IT job market.
Deccan Herald on December 21, 2011 carried an opinion piece of Ravi Kaklasaria, SpringPeople - Founder & CEO, on the necessity of effective management of human capital for an organisation.
In an article published in Times Jobs on December 12 2017, Ravi Kaklasaria’s inputs on the need for IT upskilling were published.
People Matters on December 5, 2017 featured an opinion piece by Ravi Kaklasaria, SpringPeople- Founder & CEO. The article discussed the four major reasons why reskilling is integral to the revival of India’s IT sector.
Consultants Review magazine on December 1, 2017 carried an authored article by Ravi Kaklasaria, on the three major challenges Training & HR industry is facing today.
The Financial Express on November 19th, 2017 carried an article on the influence of new technologies on the growth of independent training providers, with inputs from Ravi Kaklasaria, SpringPeople CEO & Founder.
SpringPeople has strengthened its corporate training portfolio in an effort to assist corporates in leveraging the exponential growth in digital market.The expansion will add six new focus domains to its wide array of training programs, with more than 50 courses introduced in the domains of User Experience, Machine Learning & AI, Microservices, Robotic Process Automation, Cloud & DevOps and Big Data & Analytics.
Founded in 2009, SpringPeople is India's biggest enterprise IT training provider with 500+ courses & 750+ clients including Fortune 500 giants. It is one of the handpicked seven global partners of SpringSource, a division of VMware. SpringPeople is also the only training vendor to offer end-to-end training process coverage and offer Service Level Agreements (SLA) to underpin their quality training promise.
In India a certified training programme costs about one-third to one-fourth of the cost of the same programme in the US or Europe. A Core Spring training costs over $3,000 in the UK & about $2,800 in the US while it costs less than $1,000 in India. One of the preferred training partners for foreign executives in India is SpringPeople, a company that offers customised solutions for clients’ training requirements.