Software vendor LiveTiles has partnered with Brisbane-headquartered training provider GO1 to enhance its platform with the vendor’s artificial intelligence solutions.
Under the partnership, LiveTiles will integrate its Intelligent Directory product, powered by technology from its May 2018 acquisition of Hyperfish, to enhance GO1’s platform.
These enhancements allow for the educating of new and existing employees through their onboarding process, tracking their progress, ensuring staff meet training requirements and making sure staff have access to necessary training in the future.
Karl Redenbach, LiveTiles CEO and co-founder, said this partnership was the latest in its intelligent workplace enterprise offerings through intelligent employee learning and development solutions.
“We expect the integration of GO1’s leading online learning offering, combined with its strong global customer base will drive new commercial opportunities for LiveTiles in support of our accelerated growth plans,” Redenbach said.
Andrew Barnes, GO1 CEO and co-founder, said the new partnership would help improve their business model.
“The LiveTiles platform will create new channels to market for us and positions firmly in the centre of creating organisations with the best people, the best culture enjoying the best employee experiences available,” said Barnes.
This partnership between LiveTiles and GO1 is the latest in a series of announcements this year from the software vendor involving other businesses.
Other announcements include a partnership with independent software vendor Search365, a $48 million acquisition of digital workplace software business Wizdom and the launch of an AI bot for the airline industry with Microsoft.