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Vriti Wins Deloitte Technology Fast50 2011 & Red Herring Top 100 Asia 2011 Awards


October 31, 2011 - New Delhi, Delhi, India

Vriti, India's largest assessment driven smart education exchange bagged two prestigious awards “Deloitte Technology Fast50 2011” & “Red Herring Asia 2011”. Vriti has made it to Deloitte Fast 50 for the second consecutive year.

“Prestigious Awards like these are an endorsement of Vriti’s consistent ongoing efforts to leverage technology to bring smart education at a very affordable price” said Swapnil Shrivastav, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Vriti.

“The company’s vision of building a Virtual Smart Teacher for students is finally becoming a reality. We will continue to be committed to our cause of taking technology driven education to the last mile. We plan to expand our footprint globally in the coming quarters” adds Pankaj Vermani, Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Vriti.

The Red Herring 100 Asia highlights the most promising ventures from Asia every year and is one of the most coveted awards for innovative technologists around the globe. Deloitte Technology Fast50 recognizes the world’s fastest growing and dynamic technology companies. Technology enabled Smart Education as delivered by Vriti's patent pending platform assists in personalizing course plan and content for students. Vriti has been showing phenomenal growth over the years in expanding in content, distribution & platform usage.

About Vriti : Vriti provides an assessment driven Smart Education Marketplace to Find, Create and Sell educational courses. It brings authors, distributors and students together using Vriti's platform. Smart education is enabled via Vriti's patent pending platform. This is achieved by combining test analytics data, student profile and peer community feedback guiding students to follow an optimal course plan and discover the right content.

Course Distributors include direct to consumer channel like Vriti.com or B2B partners like coaching institutes, schools, govt universities and Vriti Franchisees. With over 173 million questions analyzed, 870 distributors, 800,000+ questions loaded in the platform, over 1.2 million registered students across 121 cities it is India's largest education marketplace (data as of October 2011). Vriti is an IIT alumni venture started in 2006 backed by Intel Capital and JAFCO Asia. Vriti is a Deloitte Top 50 fastest growing tech company in India 2010,2011 and also a Red Hering Asia's Top 100 company.

Source: Business Wire India

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