Lepaya has secured a $38 million capital injection. The Dutch company aims to use the money to accelerate the development and adoption of AI-based solutions for its training platform.
The training platform Lepaya can expand its offering of AI tools. This is possible after the successful conclusion of an investment round. A total of $38 million was raised, the company announced in a press release.
AI already occupies an important position within the platform. Lepaya combines artificial intelligence with human intelligence so that employees can hone their skills to the best of their ability.
AI maps skills present in a company
Among other things, the capital will be used to invest in improving data analysis of skills. Organizations can use this data to gain insight into the missing skills in their organization. Furthermore, investments will be made in the AI coach so learning can be adapted to individual employees’ contexts and career levels.
Investments in AI are proving essential for the future, said René Janssen, founder and CEO of Lepaya: “The rapid developments in AI make it possible to offer employees, organizations and the world what we have always envisioned: personalized insight into missing skills, and a truly cohesive way to bridge this ‘skills gap.’ We do this by combining the best of artificial and human intelligence and taking full ownership of the complex operation around global corporate upskilling programs.”