EdCast Ranks #6 in Top 25 Product & Engineering Departments to Work For, According to TechRepublic/Comparably
EdCast Ranks #6 in Top 25 Product & Engineering Departments to Work For
TechRepublic/Comparably Rank EdCast as 6th best Engineering Department, Alongside Amazon, Pendo and Hubspot
EdCast, the AI-powered Knowledge Cloud for unified discovery, knowledge management and personalized learning, is pleased to announce being ranked as #6 in the top 25 best Product and Engineering Departments according to Comparably.com and published in TechRepublic.
Employees across the U.S. anonymously rated their departments on Comparably between March 2018 and March 2019. Winners were determined based on a series of more than 50 workplace questions across categories including compensation, leadership, professional development, work-life balance, and perks and benefits.
Founded in 2014, EdCast has grown to over 200 employees, and has offices in Silicon Valley, India and the Netherlands. Clients of EdCast include Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dell EMC, Schneider Electric, ANZ Bank, among many others. EdCast offers an AI-powered Learning Experience Platform and Knowledge Cloud, in-app guides and automation with MyGuide, and best-in-class blended learning solutions with Leapest.
“Comparably’s Best Outlook Award recognizes companies that have the best business and financial prospects, as rated by their employees,” said Jason Nazar, Comparably.com CEO. “These industry-leading organizations have teams that are incredibly excited and engaged about working for innovative leaders with a long-term strategy for success.”
“We are thrilled to be ranked #6 by TechRepublic and Comparably’s list of companies with the best outlook and brightest futures,” says Karl Mehta, Founder and CEO of EdCast. “EdCast is excited about our customers’ response to our award-winning upskilling and learning solutions. Our employees share a common optimism about our company’s potential and continued growth prospects as we deliver training and knowledge solutions to millions of employees around the world.”