Goorm (CEO Ryu Seong-tae), a company specializing in AI education solutions, has surpassed 1 million cumulative subscribers to its services. This is a feat achieved 7 years after the company launched its official services such as GoormEDU, GoormIDE, and GoormDEVTH in 2016.
Goorm is a software startup that provides a cloud-based AI education platform. In particular, Goorm’s overseas subscribers account for 60% of its total users, which shows its popularity in the global market. Recently, Goorm participated in the “K-Digital Training” program and the “SW and AI Education Camp” project, significantly increasing the number of domestic users.
The demand for digital training for various occupations as well as developers has been rapidly increasing nowadays. Goorm has incorporated practical courses into its digital training platform and has increased its competitiveness by planning customized educational content for each industry and company. In addition, Goorm’s services have been used in a variety of fields such as programming, DX, coding testing, and cloud development, all of which are considered factors in Goorm’s rapid growth.
Goorm CEO Ryu Seong-tae said, “We would not have been able to achieve such a big milestone of surpassing 1 million subscribers if our users had not shown their support as they have now.” He said, “I believe there has been a steady influx of new users because our company has continuously improved the UX of our services and advanced its technology.”
With the slogan “Anyone can become a developer,” Goorm provides services such as GoormEDU, a learning experience management (LXP) platform, GoormDEVTH, a coding testing platform, and GoormIDE, a cloud development platform. As of June 2023, over 1,500 companies and institutions, including NHN, Hyundai Mobis, Smilegate, Market Kurly, Amore Pacific, Samsung, Kakao Enterprise, Toss, and Today’s House, have adopted Goorm’s services. Goorm plans to continuously develop the technology of its platforms and improve its services in the coming year. The Goorm IDE service is scheduled to be launched in the global market, and gamification-related services are also planned to be launched in early 2024.
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