Coursedot is among the fastest rising technology companies in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), according to Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Central Europe 2020 report.
Deloitte ranked Coursedot 1st in Bulgaria and 13th overall in CEE. The company has grown 1336% over the tracked period from 2016 to 2019.
Coursedot was founded in 2015 with the goal to make IT trainings more accessible. Over the years it built a solid foundation by creating partnerships with over 400 of the world’s leading IT training companies.
The next step was to evolve the initial products and services. Coursedot’s team combines expert advice with the best available technology and business skills training options. The company continued to develop its products and now has the capacity to deliver infinitely scalable training solutions. Coursedot’s solution has unlimited coverage of technologies, locations and delivery methods.
As a result, today Coursedot is able to provide just-in-time training solutions, delivered by experienced trainers certified in all major and niche Dev, DevOps and IT technologies, including vendors such as Microsoft, AWS, Google, IBM, Cisco, Citrix, VMware, Juniper and many more.
One of Coursedot’s most important products is the Instructor Hub – the largest platform for certified freelance technical trainers in Europe with more than 3,200 registered professionals. It helps both trainers and training companies to find the best opportunities to work together and deliver IT trainings to clients globally.
Coursedot is also able to help enterprises with a special service to cover their IT training needs from choosing the right courses, to organizing and delivering them.
“We are extremely happy and proud about this achievement. It has been a challenging road, but our motivation is strong to continue our growth. We are on the right path and despite this “new normal” that 2020 brought everyone, our projections are still on track”, says Teodor Panayotov, CEO of Coursedot.
Deloitte’s report determines the Fast 50 based on their revenue growth over four years (2016 to 2019) and several other criteria, including having their own proprietary intellectual property or technology. For 2020 there were over 300 applications from nine countries. The average growth was 1460% and the largest is 9077%.