Coursera Lists Its Enterprise Offering at AWS Marketplace
IBL News | New York
Coursera made its enterprise offering available for purchase as SaaS at the AWS Marketplace (Amazon Web Services). “It streamlines adoption of online learning and makes it easier for companies,” wrote Leah Belsky, Chief Enterprise Officer at Coursera.
By listing its plan, Coursera revealed its market positioning: 125 user licenses for accessing the Coursera catalog of 4,300 courses and credentials costs $90,000 for 24 months, and $127,500 for 36 months.
This way, the pricing per user per month is set around $30, an amount aligned with other learning platforms such as Pluralsight or edX.
Currently, Coursera reports having customers such as Novartis, Capgemini, and Exelon.
A part of Coursera’s offer is its Skill Development Dashboards, which allow tracking skills the companies are developing, by role, domain, and level of mastery.
The Coursera enterprise learning platform is available for purchase on Amazon Web Services Marketplace! Technical teams using AWS can now easily search and deploy online learning for their organizations using Coursera. Learn more: https://t.co/hYofpL9QCj
— Coursera (@coursera) October 16, 2020