24×7 Learning, India's largest e-learning company, and US-based Chapman Alliance LLC have entered into a partnership to provide talent management solutions to Indian multinational firms.
Chapman Alliance provides research-centric consulting solutions that assist organisations in defining, operating and optimising their strategic learning initiatives.
Chief executive officer of 24×7 K S Karthik and Bryan Chapman, founder and chief learning strategist at Chapman Alliance, told Economic Times that this was the first such partnership of its kind in the country. “We looked at the Indian corporate training market and found it attractive with its growth rate of close to 100% year-on-year,” said Chapman.
He added that now that Indian corporations are going global, there is a market for players who can manage the entire talent lifecycle of a company, for thousands of employees spread across the region in various verticals. While the Bangalore-based 24×7 Learning has grown very fast in the Indian corporate training space since it started out seven years ago, it lacked the expertise of managing the training needs of companies who are into multiple verticals spread across geographies.
The US-based Chapman Alliance brings this resource to the partnership with its experience of working with big clients in the US and Europe spread across sectors like American Express, Coca-Cola, Kodak, Daimler Chrysler, Microsoft, Shell (Netherlands), and Unicef, and others. 24×7 Learning helps organisations define their e-learning strategy