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Why are we valued so high globally?

What's new about what you're making? What substitutes do people resort to currently?

There is no credible platform in the world that can profile managers based on their people management abilities and then provide them with learning and engagement based on their personalized style.
There are 3 main barriers to reach the above-mentioned product which we have created:
1. Quantifying Style of People Management – many companies fail in this first barrier.
2. Creating profiles based on the quantified style through intelligent data collection techniques in a credible manner that is not just dependent on self-input of data.
3. Creating a personalized learning and engagement tool based on the profile using benchmarks of data from across the globe.
Substitutes:
1. HR and Recruiters generally rely on an unorganized way of understanding a working professional’s people management abilities; they go through various tools and frameworks and implement the same in-house and sometimes spend days checking for references.
2. Individual Managers rely on independent coaches and facilitators to improve their abilities. Some of these independent coaches are very good, but are restricted due to their limited access to data.
3. Companies resort to Consultants (sometimes, Big 4) to create Learning and Development programs for their managers. The programs are not only expensive but unable to create personalization.

Who are your competitors, and who might become competitors? Whom do you fear the most?

There are majorly 5 types of competitors:
1. New upcoming HR Tech companies that are creating Bots: Some of them compete with some of our modules, but they are unable to compete with all of our modules because of their limited access to data and the knowledge of HR.
2. Big 4 Consulting firms: Since some of them provide Learning and Development; they are definitely our competitors.
3. Independent Facilitators: These are our most common competitors, but we have a plan to convert them into collaborators soon.
4. Internal L&D Programs by Companies
5. LinkedIN: This is the competitor whom we fear the most.
They are already in the business of profiling, though their profiling methodology is not credible enough and they completely fail when it comes to people management. We have DATA they don’t have access to. We have technologies they may take years to build. We have a team that they can’t have, as their focus is different.