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OrasiLabs Experiences Strong Momentum With Growth of Customer Base

Extension of New Client Accounts Fueled by Need for Cost-Effective, Easy-to-Use and Scalable Virtual Learning Platforms

Orasi, a DevSecOps innovator accelerating software application delivery and adoption through automation, announces today its virtual training platform, OrasiLabs, continues to experience exponential new customer growth. After launching OrasiLabs in 2020, newly signed customers over the past couple of quarters include leaders in healthcare, insurance, software, training and more such as Parkland Health and Hospital System, Alteryx, Neotys, Afine Cyber Security, Innotek, MicroCAD Training and Consulting, and Capitalize Consulting.

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“There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic quickly forced many companies into a virtual Learning format for their training. With our expertise and sophisticated platform, we were able to ease that transition for them, allowing them to consistently deliver superior, cost-effective and engaging hands-on training without missing a beat.”

“We are proud to be working with such respected brands in their various fields including ISVs that provide training,” said David Hand, VP of Orasi. “There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic quickly forced many companies into a virtual Learning format for their training. With our expertise and sophisticated platform, we were able to ease that transition for them, allowing them to consistently deliver superior, cost-effective and engaging hands-on training without missing a beat.”

The global pandemic indeed has had a seismic effect on how businesses work, teach and learn. According to a recent Training Industry, Inc. survey (Training in the Time of COVID: How Learning and Development Is Responding) in which learning and development professionals were polled across a swath of industries, virtual training has risen dramatically over the past year. Whereas pre-COVID, 52 percent of training was virtual, that number is now at 72 percent.

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