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Skyquestcom to transfer work to Indianews
Our Corporate Bureau
04 February 2005

Chennai: The Singapore-based e-learning services company, SkyQuestCom Global Pte Ltd, has decided to identify Indian vendors for its content generation and other requirements. At the moment, most of the work is done out of China and Malaysia.

The company is a part of Success Resources, one of Asia''s leading seminar organisers, offers online seminars.

The company has opened a liaison office in Bangalore and will soon start its e-learning programmes. The company will offer two annual packages — basic for Rs6,700 and special Rs12,800. The basic package consists of programmes for family members, personal development channel, kids and youth, entertainment and language improvement. The special package, in addition to the offerings under basic package also offers services like live seminars, video conferencing, resource library, corporate training and others.

According to SkyQuestCom''s CEO, Dr. Richard Tan, the company will be spending around $2 million in promoting the offerings. The company will target corporates and individuals. "SkyQuestCom has around 1 lakh subscribers of which the ratio of corporates and individuals is 60:40," claims Dr.Tan.

Asked about the customisation of the content to India, he said that 85 per cent of the content is universally applicable and only 15 per cent needs customisation and which will be done.

According to Yang Po, managing director, the company would launch Indian language channel during the second half of the year.

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