Home Credit India, Stratbeans partner for advanced vocational training

Home Credit India loan finance company has partnered with artificial intelligence-based e-learning solutions provider -Stratbeans. Learning Management Solutions (LMS) provider Stratbeans has so far helped over 60,000 Home Credit affiliates with advanced digital learning solutions that help them increase productivity and prepare for business. future of work in a post-COVID era.

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Stratbeans’ DIY platform has helped Home Credit India teams (employees and retailers) match milestones with rapidly changing times, especially during the lockdown imposed to limit Covid-19 infections. In the rapidly changing technology-driven work environment, improving the skills of employees to increase their employability is important and, therefore, Mortgage India is focusing on that, said Sandip Mallik, director of human resources, Home Credit India.

Also Read: Home Credit India Launches Special COVID-19 Hospital Insurance for Employees

Commenting on the association, Sameer Nigam, CEO and Co-Founder of Stratbeans, said: “Online learning is becoming ubiquitous. Due to the current scenario, many companies have realized the impact that online learning can have on their bottom line. We will continue to take advantage of emerging technologies and bring them the best of online learning through our cutting edge platform for training and development needs.

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