SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the E-Learning industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 6 VC funded SaaS startups in the E-Learning industry.
Classlife unifies many tool sets on a single platform to manage and control daily school chores without the need for duplication of effort, maximizing the use of all available school resources, and addressing all facets of management, instruction, and communication in schools.
For companies, Edflex provides articles, videos, podcasts, online courses, and books. It is a SaaS service that links businesses to corporate training materials online.
Spokn connects people doing distant work. Through audio and video Stories and podcasts, distant workers may interact on Spokn and express their voices. It's a more humane approach to celebrate birthdays, exchange travel and pet stories, and share victories. Spokn is made for what remote workers want: an effortless, async, and human method to interact from a distance, as opposed to depressing Zoom happy hours or uncomfortable coffee talks. A fantastic remote culture is something that Spokn helps businesses like Robinhood, Udemy, 15Five, Snyk, GinkgoBioworks, Podium, and others create.
Tigerhall is a mobile SaaS platform for social learning, where top industry experts and business leaders share their knowledge. Measure ROI on professional learning and create real-impact with the #1 Global Social Learning Platform.
Twenix is an e-learning SaaS that helps teams in business with their English knowledge acquisition. We offer online English conversation sessions of 26’ every day with teachers from around the world. We are changing the world of language education for companies by using a 100% HR approach with education predictions that will help teams to achieve and enhance their language knowledge, in the least amount of time possible and of course, in the best way.
WorkRamp is an enterprise learning platform used by leading businesses like Zoom, Box, and Workiva for customer and staff education. The business is dedicated to changing the nature of work by providing clients and workers with an unmatched digital learning experience. Users of WorkRamp feel empowered to study, interact, and develop their abilities in a digital workspace that connects conventional classroom instruction with online learning.