Hyderabad, India - September, 2010 - CommLab India was established on September 1, 2000 with a vision to impart training through eLearning for customers worldwide. In the initial years, CommLab India started with being an outsourcing partner to eLearning companies in US. It was started to leverage organizations' requirement to train their employees and achieve business goals.
RK Prasad, CEO of CommLab India, said, "The days of struggle for existence and sustenance are over. The time has come for CommLab India to spread its wings and soar over the whole world. Exciting days of growth are ahead for us. All our Fortune 500 customers vouch for us and we are planning to expand in a big way. Keep watching this space!"
In 2001, CommLab got its first client, The Learning Network, USA, a software services company that offers learning management systems. CommLab's first payment was a princely $15.36 as royalty for a course we developed and hosted on their LMS.
From then on, operations expanded and in 2002, CommLab completed a large eLearning course on "Responsibilities and Accountabilities" for Canadian Government.
In 2003, CommLab got its first end user – George Washington University, for which we have developed many courses in tourism management and continue till today.
In later years CommLab expanded its customer base to Canada, UK and Australia. In 2007, CommLab started working for more than 10 Fortune 500 customers catering to their training needs.
Today, CommLab India's main services are Custom Courseware, Developing Product Webinars and Translation and Localization. The company has customers in US, Canada, Europe and Australia. Our USP is as always:
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CommLab India is a custom eLearning solutions company based in India. Since 2000, it has been providing state-of-the-art eLearning services to organizations across the world in the areas of Custom Courseware, Catalogue Courses and Learning Technology. Some of its reputed clients are BC Hydro, George Washington University, Kawasaki and Deloitte. They are preferred vendors to some Fortune 500 companies such as Alcoa, Unilever and Pepco Holding Inc.