Kallidus is a Microsoft Gold Partner and the new AI feature has been built with Microsoft’s Vision AI infrastructure. Kallidus is planning to use Microsoft’s infrastructure to develop and integrate machine learning and AI across its human capital management software suite to improve the employee experience from initial hire to high-flyer.
Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus said: “As organisations enter the age of AI, this disruptive technology has huge potential to personalise and enhance learning and to help employees advance their careers. AI is set to play an increasingly important role in taking today’s modern learning and talent platforms to the next level.”
According to Deloitte’s recent State of the AI in the enterprise report, 42% of executives believe that AI will be of ‘Critical Importance’ in their business within the next two years. Meanwhile, Gartner’s 2019 global CIO Survey found that enterprise use of AI has grown by 270% over the past four years.
Philip Pyle, Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) said: “Over the next five years, AI is going to bring big changes to the LMS and will help enable organisations to deliver a truly consumer-grade learning experience which learners now increasingly expect in the workplace. The use of AI to suggest well received learning courses is an exciting step in our product development roadmap for Kallidus Learn.”
For further information about Kallidus Learn, visit www.Kallidus.com/Learn