Springpeople Expands Corporate Training Portfolio

Springpeople Expands Corporate Training Portfolio

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With digital services experiencing stronger growth than traditional IT services, there is an increasing demand for digitally skilled talent. By 2025,​ digital services is expected to grow from the current 14% to 38% of the total on IT services spends. In an effort to assist corporates leverage the exponential growth in the market, SpringPeople, a global corporate training provider, today announced the strengthening of its corporate training portfolio. 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.

Talking about the new courses, Ravi Kaklasaria, CEO, SpringPeople, said, “Digital technology can give the much needed fillip to not only the IT- ITes industry but also to the entire economy. However, enterprises are not able to take advantage of the opportunities owing to lack of skilled talent. As we head towards a Digital India, the industry requires more than 50 percent workforce equipped with digital skills. The expansion of our portfolio is aimed at bridging this demand supply gap and help corporates strengthen their technological prowess.”

The new focus domains have been chosen based on the enterprise demand for these training as the industry moves away from traditional IT technologies like Java and Selenium to modern cloud based applications & frameworks that offer scalability and inter-operability.