Chief Operations Officer and Founder (Switzerland)
Chief Technology Officer (Poland)
Director, Program Management & Operations (The United States)
Chief Financial Officer (The United Kingdom)
Program Manager (Japan)
Excedo enables professionals to communicate with impact when doing business in English around the world. Excedo has been developed by Nikkei and the Financial Times, two of the world’s leading business news organisations.
The Excedo team values the effectiveness of microlearning. With the learning platform's easy authoring tool, delivery, and API capabilities, EdApp became Excedo's primary publishing platform.
Having worked with prestigious educational publishers around the globe including Pearson, Macmillan Education, and Cambridge University Press, Excedo is made up of language learning experts, communication coaches, content writers, and software developers. The Excedo team currently consists of 11 nationalities based in 10 different countries across 4 continents.
Excedo consists of 3 different learning experiences. Via EdApp, they deliver 5-minute microlessons to learn about cross-cultural differences and specific business communication skills. After completing EdApp microlessons, learners then move on to live-chat and video call learning experiences. In the video call, learners meet the Excedo coaches to practice business communication skills.
Excedo easily delivers highly engaging lessons through EdApp’s powerful authoring tool and an extensive library of templates. EdApp’s built-in features like spaced repetition ensure that knowledge is fully embedded in long-term memory through automated delivery at deliberate intervals.
Excedo leverages EdApp’s integration capabilities to fit into their blended learning solution. Excedo’s app easily incorporates EdApp for effortless integration and the secure exchange of analytical information.
In comparison to any other players in the market, Excedo reaches "astonishing results" with an average completion rate of 80%. Meaning, thousands of learners complete their microlessons on time.