Nuvepro, a leading cloud technology-enabled hands-on upskilling platform, has announced its strategic collaboration with Mentorskool, a
Nuvepro, a hands-on labs provider, on Wednesday announced that it has partnered with IT major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) for upskilling and re-skilling initiatives for the latter’s employees.
Through this collaboration, Imarticus Learning claims to have expanded its specialised training offerings to banking institutions such as DBS Bank
Nuvepro’s claims that they have successfully delivered Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Azure assessment labs to upGrad, receiving exceptional feedback in return.
Nuvepro, India’s leading hands-on learning platform, has partnered with Edtech edForce to transform the educational landscape and train over 10,000 students in the next few months.
The SOC 2 certification ensures that Nuvepro places utmost importance on the security, availability, precision, confidentiality and privacy of all customer data under their care.
Nuvepro works closely with Genpact’s subject matter experts to define these playground labs to ensure that these match Genpact’s needs.
Technology service providing company Nuvepro aims to clock turnover of Rs 20 crore in FY23, with a target of break-even, Giridhar LV, CEO, Nuvepro Technologies, told FE Education
Nuvepro, a leading provider of hands-on learning for IT professionals, has announced the launch of Skill Bundles, a program designed to accelerate skilling through practical, and hands-on training.
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