Revolutionising the training arena with Gameka’s online game | Asian Business Review

Revolutionising the training arena with Gameka’s online game

The company received an award at the 2023 Malaysia National Business Awards.

In an increasingly digital and fast-paced market environment, talents have become sought after for organisations looking to succeed in highly competitive conditions. It has become imperative for organisations to acquire and retain the best talents around in order to have an edge against their competitors.

Gameka works in partnership with the leading game-based learning company ProfitAbility Business Simulations (PBS). PBS was approached by PepsiCo to co-create a talent management business simulation which could run on the web. After building a no-code proof of concept which met client approval, PBS approached Gameka for the web build. 

The result is an online real-time collaborative and competitive game that helps organisations learn the best ways to retain and hire the best talents. Through this game, people from around the world can play and learn together, cutting across all borders and time zones in a fully-online environment that is also highly customisable. The game also includes a self-led “Induction” round to prepare participants for the live session. 

The game has become a key part of PepsiCo’s talent attraction and retention strategies and has since been customised for other global organisations including CRH and Schneider Electric. 

For this development, Gameka received the Training and Development Award in this year’s Malaysia National Business Awards. The awards programme, presented by Asian Business Review, celebrates the achievements and innovations of businesses in Malaysia in bringing the best results for their operations through ground-breaking technology or excellent business decision-making.

In partnership with PBS, Gameka distinguished itself with a never-before-seen approach to training and development through its online game that allows organisations to stay competitive in retaining and hiring the right talents.

The Malaysia National Business Awards is presented by Asian Business Review Magazine. To view the full list of winners, click here. If you want to join the 2024 awards programme and be acclaimed for your company's exceptional contributions to the local business landscape in Malaysia, please contact Danica Avila at [email protected].

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