- March 14, 2019
-- Most of the e-learning organizations are leveraging the benefits of modern technologies to deliver innovative learning solutions, and G-Cube is one of them. In today's digital era, the role of technology is continuously evolving- be it through mobile learning, information technology or any other technology-aided platform. On the occasion of National Science Day, The Indian Express, a renowned publication, puts the spotlight on the success stories of G-Cube and its contributions in the e-learning industry. G-Cube excels in delivering custom e-learning services including game-based learning, mobile learning, simulation-based training, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, social learning, and others.
The Indian Express published the interview of Manish Gupta, the CEO of G-Cube on 28th February' 2019. Manish shared his views on the increasing role of technology in corporate workforce training and G-Cube's contributions towards delivering effective e-learning solutions. He believes that technology is changing the way people learn and serve as a powerful tool for empowerment in the corporate sector. Sharing the success story, he also highlighted how a leading automobile company collaborated with G-Cube to use a robust online learning platform and effectively train their geographically spread salesforce. The powerful G-Cube Learning Management System was implemented for around 20,000 employees to create a sustained learning environment and improve the overall sales. This clearly signifies that technology motivates the modern learners to grab new opportunities of learning and perform better at the workplace.
Manish Gupta, CEO of G-Cube, says, "Technology can be a big benefit for people who want to embrace it. Innovations in technology have opened a digital age where we can make our motto of 'Learn, Engage, Innovate, Share, and Succeed' a reality. The effective utilization of online learning tools, along with robust technologies under the hood, enable organizations to stay ahead of their competitors. As the technology-aided learning continues to evolve, we predict the future of modern workforce training will also get brighter."
Read the full interview: https://www.gc-solutions.net/about-us/latest-news/indian-...