Airtel chooses Oust Labs’ Micro Learning Platform for its Employee Learning Tool – Airtel 101

Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”) has chosen Oust Labs’ Micro Learning Platform for its interactive and gamified employee learning tool ‘Airtel 101’.

Oust Labs, a pioneer in micro-learning, has built a proprietary methodology of delivering learning outcomes on the mobile device on its advanced SaaS platform. Delivered in multiple languages, the Oust platform consists of a web application and mobile app for both iOS and Android, and MPower authoring platform for quickly repurposing existing training content or creating new mobile-friendly training content.

Harmeen Mehta, Global CIO and Head of Digital, Bharti Airtel said, “It has been a great experience to leverage Oust’s innovative learning platform to deliver a highly engaging experience to our employees.”

Airtel 101 is an example of using digital innovation to make learning interactive and engaging for employees. Its launch follows the recent roll-out of Airtel’s digital innovation program – Project Next with an aim to make customer experience simple, interactive and transparent. Designed in the form of a business quiz, Airtel 101 consists of numerous modules for various topic, followed by questions to be answered by the learner. Certificates of completion and leaderboards bring an element of healthy competition. The modules provide a comprehensive understanding of telecom.

“Our approach of integrating bite sized learning in user workflow is delivering terrific results to enterprises across the globe as they hire and engage with a large distributed workforce on mobile devices. Airtel has been rated as one of the most innovative companies in India today. We are extremely excited to be partnering with the No. 3 Telco in the world to deliver a highly scalable mobile solution”, said Shrikant Latkar, Founder – CEO, Oust Labs.

About Oust Labs

Oust Labs is an innovative technology company that is pioneering gamified, mobile micro-learning for enterprises. The Oust platform consists of the Oust Web App, iOS App, and Android App, and a powerful management platform – Oust MPower for authoring and delivering content to the end users. By integrating bite-sized learning into the user workflow, enterprises are able to deliver just-in-time training to their distributed workforce. Oust is available in 35 languages. Oust Labs is funded by Aarin Capital, 3One4 Capital and Mr. T. V. Mohandas Pai. For details visit – Like Oust on our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @oustlabs

Belagavi-based startup devises platform to make learning more engaging

This article originally appeared in the Times of India

Belagavi MAY 10, 2017: In a fiercely competitive age, there is immense pressure on students to excel academically. However, remaining glued to textbooks can become a monotonous experience. In a bid to make learning more engaging and enjoyable, Shrikant Latkar of Belagavi has developed a micro gaming-cum-learning platform that is available across domains – web, Android and iOS.
The first member of his family to become an engineer, Latkar started Oust Labs in the city in 2015 to help students prepare for entrance examinations for admission into reputed institutions. Latkar, who boasts of more than two decades’ experience at BPL’s research and development centre and multinational corporations such as Motorola among others, sought to combine learning with an element of competition that a game invoked.
In the past two years, Oust Labs, which initially got seed-funding from Aarin Capital, 3One4Capital, has expanded its operations to other cities too, making its presence felt in Bengaluru, and the US. The startup is offering its platform and application to a host of educational institutions, and companies.

“We want to ensure that every idle moment is turned into a fun-learning moment for people. Imagine a world where you can learn anything in just a moment. At Oust Labs, we want to make the learning process simple, effective and engaging,” said Latkar, adding that his company’s app was available in multiple Indian languages.
Institute of Management Education and Research (IMER), Belagavi, is among the institutions to have taken to Oust Labs’ platform. IMER governing council chairman Raj Belgaonkar said, “While educational institutions have been dissuading students from using mobile phones, Oust devised a platform that could drive learning. We think this is a great innovation in the field of learning. Why ban mobile phones when they can become tools of learning?”


Oust Micro Learning Platform to Power Care24 Worker Training Program

BANGALOREDecember 29, 2016 /Oust Labs/ —

Care24 Launches New Patient-Attendant Training Program Using Oust Micro Learning

Care24, an innovative home-based healthcare services provider has chosen Oust Micro Learning Platform to set a new standard in the training of patient-attendant staff.

Oust Labs, a pioneer in micro learning, offers an advanced SaaS platform for enterprises looking to solve the last mile training challenges. It has built a proprietary methodology of delivering learning outcomes in short 2-minute modules delivered over an extended period of time.

Garima Tripathi, Co-Founder and COO of Care24 said, “We are continuously innovating to deliver the best patient care for ‘at home’ patients. We realized very early on that training our caregivers is paramount to our success, and hence we started our in-house class training program. With Oust, we can now continuously assess and reinforce key aspects of delivering world-class care for our patients, ensuring optimum patient care and enhanced patient experience each and every time.”

“Healthcare industry is one of the largest employers of blue-collar workers across India. Skilling the new generation of workers entering this segment is a massive opportunity for us. We are excited to be partnering with Care24, an innovator in the home-based patient care sector to bring world class training and assessments through the mobile device. The digitization of Indian economy, further boosts the demand for anytime, anywhere training in short bursts of time,” said Shrikant Latkar, Founder – CEO of Oust Labs.

Oust is partnering with Care24 to deliver continuous training in Hindi and Marathi for their 1500+ caregivers in Mumbai. The company specializes in delivering last mile training of workers through its Oust App – available on the Web, Android and iOS (beta).

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About Oust Labs:

Oust is an innovative technology company that is pioneering gamified, mobile micro learning for the masses in 2 minutes, 5 questions at a time. Oust has developed a proprietary methodology that leverages movies, music and sports to deliver personalized learning outcomes for an individual or a group. The Oust platform consists of the Oust Web App, iOS App, and Android App, and a powerful real-time management platform – Oust MPower for authoring and delivering content to the end users. Oust is available in 9 Indian languages currently. Oust Labs is funded by Aarin Capital, 3One4 Capital and Mr. T. V. Mohandas Pai. It has offices in Bangalore and Belgaum.

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About Care 24:

Care24 is a first-of-its-kind home healthcare service provider in Mumbai, which offers personal and affordable healthcare assistance within the comforts of one’s home. The brainchild of three bright IIT alumni – Vipin PathakAbhishek Tiwari and Garima Tripathi, Care24 has been in operation in Mumbai since December 2014. Since then, it has helped more than 10,000 patients comfortably heal at home. Care24 offers world-class medical care at home with 100% background verified caregivers. Services dispensed include nurses (ANM, GNM and B.Sc.), attendants, physiotherapists, nutritional guidance, pregnancy care, cancer care and infant care.
As patients need the continuity of care at home to recover physically, mentally, psychologically and emotionally fast with ease and comfort Care24 acts as an extended arm for the hospitals at their homes.

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