Perceivant, an Indianapolis, IN-based education technology company that replaces traditional textbooks with interactive and data-driven learning experiences, secured more than $590k in funding.
Backers in the rouund, which brought total funding to $3.75m, included:
– Elevate Ventures,
– Bootstrap Ventures, and
– Gravity Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to:
– bring its digital courseware to more colleges nationwide, with the goal to bring on more than 100 new partners in the next 2 years;
– create more than 10 new courses for the platform,
– grow its staff by threefold and
– expand its offering into training schools aimed at getting students certified in trades.
Founded by Brian Rowe in 2012, Perceivant publishes and provides courseware that replaces traditional textbooks with cost-effective and interactive learning experiences for both web and mobile applications. Each course is accompanied by analytics and real-time data to boost student engagement and provide educators with a solution to analyze course efficacy.
Each course is housed on the platform leverages proprietary learning processes, such as “guided learning”, to reinforce learning objectives and course materials in low-stress environments, which improves competency. Courses also incorporate various learning tools to improve its accessibility, allowing educators to tailor learning styles more effectively while increasing student success.