Today marked Revolent’s second birthday, with celebrations taking a slightly different form to how they were originally imagined. Rather than celebrating the company’s successes in person, our Revols were left to enjoy the day via Zoom chats and virtual meetings, but there was still plenty to enjoy.
The company is almost unrecognizable since starting life as a specialist in creating Salesforce professionals, having quickly expanded from our London hub to having offices in New York and Melbourne, too. That means we’ve been able to provide more professionals to businesses around the world that are in desperate need of new cloud talent.
In that time, more than 50 different organizations have benefitted from our Revols, who have more than 450 accreditations between them! That number looks set to soar in 2020, as we aim to put 300 people through our industry-leading cloud training, to help meet the demand from businesses that’ve prioritized digital transformation in the face of COVID-19.
We’ve been able to help organizations of all sizes, across many industries and sectors, with our innovative approach to filling the talent gap in cloud technology ecosystems. The pandemic has also changed the way we work, with our talented Revols’ learning path now including virtual classrooms, rather than in person. It’s a far cry from our first graduates joining us in person! However, feedback has also been positive as we respond to the challenges placed in front of us.
“I’ve really enjoyed the training,” said former Revol and now Salesforce Developer Reed Badman. “Utilizing what we’ve been taught has enabled me to go from knowing nothing about the platform to being twice-certified in just ten weeks.”
With training hubs around the world and an even bigger demand from businesses for cloud specialists, our third year looks to be just as eventful as the first two. We’ve formed partnerships to expand what we can offer to those looking for a career in the cloud, which in turn is benefitting organizations looking for innovative solutions to the talent gap in technology.
So it looks like there’ll be plenty more to celebrate next year, too!