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Perceivant offers directed and self-directed learning environments focusing on the health and well-being of employees and students.
Perceivant provides evidenced-based content, assessment, and real-time analytics that empower individuals and organizations to adapt in a fast-moving, competitive world. We are changing the way people learn and build self-management skills so that they can thrive personally and professionally. We are dedicated to giving universities, companies, and healthcare organizations the tools that perceive risk, increase workplace health and productivity, and effectively manage costs.
An education technology company that produces software and analytics for higher education has expanded its roster of university clients, accelerating a data-driven and holistic approach to delivering a college education. Arizona State University, Ohio State University and Western University of Health Sciences started using Perceivant LLC’s Bearface courseware in January, according to the Indianapolis-based firm.
For all the success of Central Indiana’s tech industry, including $7 billion in initial public offerings and acquisitions in the last decade, there’s at least one area where it still falls short. A Kauffman Foundation study last year found that the region lagged behind other parts of the country in relationships between scale-up tech firms
Perceivant has closed a monumental deal with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that will touch nearly 5,000 students and faculty immediately, marking the first time a university has required the use of Perceivant driven courseware for every student. The Indianapolis-based technology firm provides educational tools and health technology platforms to a wide variety
Several Indiana technology companies closed funding rounds at the end of Q1 2016 with seed funding, venture funding, and individual investments. Learning automation software company Lesson.ly closed their Series A round at the end of March with $5 million raised from Allos Ventures, High Alpha and OpenView Venture Partners. Lesson.ly’s initial $1.1 million in seed funding
It’s human nature to want more — more money, more time, more nice things and more success. The drive for more is powerful and it’s probably a good thing in many cases, but it’s tricky when it comes to our health because more healthcare doesn’t necessarily equal better health in this complex industry. Data and
100 companies, schools and startups, and 10 individuals selected by independent judging panels as the 2015 class of Mira Award Nominees NEW EVENT DATE: Winners will be announced during a masquerade-themed, black-tie awards ceremony and gala on Saturday, May 2, at the JW Marriott TechPoint, the voice and catalyst of Indiana’s tech ecosystem, has