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Fuse partners with Go1 to supercharge content at scale

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Fuse and Go1 form strategic partnership that plugs intelligent search into the world’s largest corporate learning library.


Fuse, the learning and knowledge platform that ignites people and business performance, today announces a strategic partnership with Go1 that will supercharge the relevance of digital learning content and drive productivity. 

Go1 is the Australian unicorn founded in 2015 that aggregates content from 200+ third-party libraries, including Skillsoft, Coursera, edX, Blinkist, and Intellezy, to provide customers with one central subscription to content at scale. By plugging into Fuse’s AI-powered search intelligence technology, the new partnership will see every piece of content within the Go1 platform become hyper-searchable and hyper-accessible to Fuse users in the flow of work, unlocking greater value from content investment. 

Commenting on the new integration, Fuse CEO, Luke Oubridge, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with the Go1 team and rolling out an industry-first integration that will not only enable our end users to tap into a vast volume of content, but also quickly search for, and access, the exact knowledge or answer they need, when they need it – all in context and in-flow.  

“By adding Fuse’s search intelligence technology to Go1, we’re also massively reducing the amount of time that learners will spend searching for the answer they need to solve a problem at work, irrespective of whether that answer sits within Fuse or Go1’s content library.”

Basem Emera, VP Partnerships and Alliances, Go1, added: “This exciting partnership will allow the full power of Fuse's search intelligence to come to life for its customers, with over 100,000 pieces of curated content used by 3.5 million global learners being integrated natively into the Fuse platform. This will drive a deeper search experience to meet the needs of its diverse set of organisations and learners."

Oubridge concluded: “This is a partnership that, ultimately, will support better learner engagement, more self-directed learning, and bigger performance benefits - both for people and business.”

The new integration will be rolled out to Fuse customers later this month.