Achievely is about learning and like the name implies, achieving. With accessible, affordable and accurate solutions we want to make it possible for everyone to achieve more. Deep understanding in analytics and statistics and a courageous attitude helps us to achieve our goal; to be the best at measuring learning.
In 2017 we launched our pilot product, Pänttää (Cram It). Pänttää is a mobile e-learning application for university entry and high school matriculation exams. Pänttää focuses on testing and measuring your learning, giving its users an accurate picture of how their learning progresses. Pänttää solves inequality of access to higher education by making learning easy and cheap.
Intelligently and individually crafted learning materials
Tools to monitor your learning progress and compare your development to others
Deep analysis of the training material itself, making the material living database, which is always optimized for better learning
Our core team consists of three psychology students which all have very different work history and academic history. In addition to the core team, a fresh graduate from information networks and a law student make our team flexible and competent. Our entire team is super enthusiastically looking forward to the future with big scaling plans in mind.
Frankly put, Samu is a workaholic who is never late but always doing
something. He’s occasionally working as a bouncer in the nightlife of
Helsinki. “Bringing bread to the table”- He says and takes a bite of a
just perfect entrecote. It’s like burning a fancy candle from both ends
and making the most out of it.
Some people say Samu gives people chance to share and acknowledge their own opinions but truth to be told he also has his own opinion about everything. Mix this up to a tendency of not speaking up and there you have a cynical young man with his doubts of mankind.
Talking about achievements, Kasperi has many of those in video games.
Not too often he falls asleep on the couch and does not make it to bed by
morning. Nevertheless he is also a big fan of music and his wide collection
of records take a lot of room in his flat. “Laptop has found its spot on the
dining table”- He says.
During his leisure time he might just do the mistake of picking up calls from work and ruining his evening. He doesn’t whine but when he does it’s usually intense. Just imagine an embankment slowly gaining pressure and eventually collapsing.
If you give Elmeri a chance, he’d be the first flying to Mars. He’s quite
enthusiastic about the big inventions and milestones of mankind to come. Talk
about free energy for example and you don’t need to worry about typical finnish
conversational silence for a while.
When working he doesn’t reveal his toolbox of skills. For example, having spent a while with photoshop he comes up and finds that special tool you were looking for in a second. Irritating.