WizIQ

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WizIQ
Logo wiziq.png
Web address wiziq.com
Slogan education.online
Commercial? Yes
Registration Optional
Available in English (main language), (supports others)
Owner authorGEN Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Launched April 2007
Alexa rank
10,201[1]
Current status Live

About WizIQ[edit]

Founded in 2007, WizIQ is one of the world’s largest cloud-based education platforms. Over 400,000 educators have leveraged WizIQ to deliver learning services to 4 million+ learners across 200 countries.

WizIQ’s award winning Virtual Classroom solution that enables online delivery of live instructor-led learning, has received acclaim from education service providers from around the world.[2]

WizIQ was founded with the vision of providing all people with access to quality education. This vision is driven by the idea that online learning can be just as powerful as traditional classroom learning, with unique benefits of its own.

The WizIQ Online Academy Builder [3] represents an evolutionary leap in education technology by empowering education service providers to set up their own customized academies within minutes. Online Academy Builder is designed to increase learner engagement through cutting-edge features, such as mobile learning, video streaming, live online classroom, discussion boards, assessments, insights and analytics. By taking away the complexities of development and the burden of setup costs and server infrastructure this solution dramatically reduces the total cost of ownership. Besides, the in-built e-commerce capability enables them to monetize their services and rapidly expand their reach to newer markets.

Founded by Harman Singh,[4] WizIQ has offices in North America: Palo Alto, Apex and Toronto; India: Gurgaon, Mohali, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

WizIQ's Alexa traffic rank for India places it among the top 1800 highest traffic sites, and its global Alexa traffic rank is 10,201.[1]

WizIQ provides App for iPads and Android devices through the Apple App Store and Google Play.[5] The platform also provides Desktop App for Windows.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Wiziq.com site info. Alexa website. Retrieved July 7, 2015
  2. ^ Jospeh Thibault. WizIQ Wins Best Virtual Classroom Award 3rd year in a row. Moodle News. Aug 12, 2014
  3. ^ Sindu Kashyap. WizIQ: a platform that helps build your own online academy. Yourstory.com. April 1, 2015
  4. ^ Srmana Mitra. Building a Global Education SaaS Company from India: WizIQ CEO Harman Singh. One Million by One Million Blog. Nov 9, 2014
  5. ^ Sanghamitra Mandal. Edutech Firm WizIQ Launches iPad & Android Apps For Teachers. Business Insider. December 14, 2013
  6. ^ The WizIQ Desktop App- For Live and Recorded Classes. WizIQ Teach Blog. August 1, 2013