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AI-powered skills management platform eLamp has been acquired by 360Learning

French-founded US-based corporate learning platform 360Learning has acquired French-based AI-powered skills management platform eLamp.

French-founded US-based corporate learning platform 360Learning has acquired French-based AI-powered skills management platform eLamp.

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This acquisition will add another powerful component to our learning platform, and open up exciting new possibilities for our clients: From day one, their new skills-based learning product will enable learning and development professionals to identify and close the skills gaps holding their business back—and empower them to prove their impact in the process.

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Finally, L&D pros have the data they need to win the budget and buy-in they deserve. Their approach, rooted in AI and our collaborative learning vision, is unique on the market, and is foundational to our mission of becoming the go-to learning platform for global businesses reskilling and upskilling their teams from within.

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They are proud to offer the only skills-based learning solution that empowers L&D teams to act on the knowledge gained through AI-driven skills assessments, with the collaborative learning approach that you know and love. In two clicks, you can target an audience of learners, launch an upskilling campaign, and see the skill gap closing before your eyes.

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360Learning customers will also be able to use their recently release AI tools, including our AI sidekick, Robyn, to speed up course creation without compromising on quality. For L&D leaders interested in upskilling their own knowledge, their new AI for L&D Certification can guide L&D professionals in adopting innovative AI solutions that will multiply their impact on their business.

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Nick Hernandez, co-founder and CEO of 360Learning said, “With our acquisition of eLamp, 360Learning is the first learning vendor to integrate the whole value chain of upskilling on one platform: from understanding skill gaps to designing and delivering the right training plan that optimises each employee’s career evolution. Unlike lagging skill matrixes of the past, AI now does it for you in real-time. It’s the biggest revolution in the history of HR tech,”.

Olivier Rohou, co-founder and CEO of eLamp said, “What’s exciting with 360Learning’s acquisition is that we’ll now be able to fully unlock the value of becoming a skills-based organisation – from understanding skill gaps to launching upskilling and reskilling initiatives powered by collaborative learning. It’s what our customers have been clamouring for and we’re delivering it. We need to learn new skills and we need to know what those skills are to receive the right education – it’s a perfect match,”.

About eLamp

eLamp was founded in 2015 as an AI-powered skills platform serving manufacturing and highly technical industries with customers including construction and engineering companies, Artelia and Bouygues Construction, and nuclear company, Naval Group.

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About 360Learning

360Learning makes it easy for you to build a culture of collaborative learning, so you can upskill from within and win the battle for skills. We’re not just saying it, either. 360Learning courses have a 91% completion rate on average (vs. 20% for legacy eLearning platforms), and learners proactively complete an average of 11 activities per day.

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