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IndustryEducation Technology
Founded 📆2014
Founder 👔Karl Mehta
Headquarters 🏙️,
Mountain View, California
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Karl Mehta (CEO)
Number of employees
🌐 Websitewww.edcast.com
📇 Address
📞 telephone

EdCast is an American Talent Experience platform for Unified Discovery, Knowledge Management, and Personalized learning.[1][2]


Headquartered in Mountain View, California, EdCast was founded in 2013 by Karl Mehta with the original aim of creating a mobile app that leveraged a user-specific recommendation engine for educational content.[3][4][5]

In 2016, EdCast acquired Sales University.[6] In 2017, it acquired Sociative, a machine-learning company[7] and in 2019, it acquired Leapest; an online B2B marketplace for the training industry.[8]

In 2019, EdCast launched MyGuide - a digital enablement tool for online performance support systems.[9] In 2020, the company launched its proprietary Learning Health Index (LHI)Study, with the objective of creating a deeper understanding of learning health in organisations across corporate India using a validated research approach.[10]

In 2020, EdCast was awarded as Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum.[11] It was also awarded the Best Learning Experience Platform in 2020[12] and in 2021 by Craig Weiss.[13]


  1. Edcast And Edx Launch $315 Million Investment For Small And Mid-Sized Businesses, elearninginside.com. Retrieved 15 April 2021
  2. Avathon Capital Leads $35 Million Funding Round in EdCast to Transform the Future of Work, businesswire.com. Retrieved 15 April 2021
  3. Indian American entrepreneur Karl Mehta selected among 18 'Presidential Innovation Fellows. The Economic Times. Retrieved 15 April 2021
  4. How One Silicon Valley Millionaire Is Using Tech To Spark Change In India". Business Insider Retrieved 15 April 2021
  5. Visa Buys Virtual Goods Monetization Platform PlaySpan For $190 Million In Cash. TechCrunch. Retrieved 15 April 2021
  6. Shankar, Shashwati. "EdCast looks to learn a lesson with Sales University buy". The Economic Times. Retrieved 15 April 2021
  7. EdCast Acquires Content AI Start-up Sociative. www.businesswire.com Retrieved 15 April 2021
  8. EdCast Acquires Leapest, the Leading Corporate Training Marketplace with 1,600 Business Customers. www.businesswire.com Retrieved 15 April 2021
  9. Everest Group Recognizes EdCast's MyGuide as a Leader in Digital Adoption Platforms PEAK Matrix Report 2020. PRWeb. Retrieved 15 April 2021
  10. EdCast Learning Health Index Study 2020 humancapitalonline.com Retrieved 15 April 2021
  11. EdCast Awarded as Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum, businesswire.com Retrieved 15 April 2021
  12. Weiss, Craig (2020-12-10). "By Craig WeissTop 10 LXPs for 2020". Craig Weiss. Retrieved 15 April 2021
  13. Top 10 Learning Systems for 2021. Craig Weiss.

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