Engage in Learning have more than 800 customers ranging from SMEs to global multinationals and brings a library of over 100 courses.
This is the first acquisition Kallidus has made with its investment partner Apse Capital, as part of its strategic growth plan to provide a full range of people-focused Learning and HCM solutions.
Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus said: “We are delighted to welcome Engage in Learning to our business and are excited to be working with a team who share our passion for providing exceptional customer service and the same drive to deliver simple and engaging learning solutions that create long-term customer value.”
Apse Capital, who bought Kallidus in 2019 from FPE Capital, "specialises in growth capital and buyout opportunities, looking to partner with high-quality management teams to help them scale and transform their businesses, develop new markets, create platforms and maximise value". Could Kallidus and Apse be looking to follow the lead of LTG to consolidate the eLearning market.
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