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Mettl is a SaaS company headquartered in Gurgaon, India, with additional offices in the United States, Pune, Banglore, and Mumbai. The company provides online skill assessment tools and proctoring tools to clients in a variety of industries. The company's assessments include simulated situations and allow employers to remotely prevent cheating. Mettl's assessments are either standard or customizable.
Mettl was founded in 2009 by Ketan Kapoor and Tonmoy Shingal. The company received angel funding from several individuals and Blume Ventures. In 2012, Mettl raised $4 million in Series A funding.
In February 2013, Mettl released its case study evaluator, a product designed to simulate problems that require users to show their business analysis, problem- solving and decision-making skills to solve problems. The company also partnered with Indian Institute of Management Lucknow to host Stategia 2013, a simulated case study competition.In April 2013, the company rebranded its consumer-facing math learning platform for adolescents in grades 6-10, Math.Mettl to Tutrr. That year, the company also provided products to publishers of MOOCs like McGraw-Hill. Some of Mettl's other notable clients include SAP, Oracle, Accenture, Cognizant and PricewaterhouseCoopers. In 2014, the company began offering online certification for IT programs. That same year the company opened an office in California and named Subhash Tantry president of US operations.
In 2016, Mettl hosted an event called "The Breakfast Alchemy", geared at making IT workers into better leaders.
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