GO1 and PeopleStreme join forces

GO1 and PeopleStreme join forces

E-learning company GO1 has teamed up with human resources and payroll solutions group PeopleStreme to provide an "all-in-one" holistic service for customers to upskill their workforces while keeping the books in order.

PeopleStreme was recently acquired by Sydney-based Ascender, and is known for its 'Human Capital Management (HMC)' platform which is used for the payment of more than 1.5 million people in the Asia Pacific Region.

The new partnership will see PeopleStreme benefit from GO1.com's educational expertise, while GO1 will benefit from PeopleStreme's HCM suite and Ascender's payroll platform.

"We look forward to working closely with PeopleStreme to help Australian businesses overcome the oft-complex challenges relating to the management, upskilling, engagement, health and safety of employees - all in one tightly integrated solution." says GO1 CEO Andrew Barnes.

PeopleStreme CEO Lyle Potgieter says the company is pleased about expanding its relationship with GO1.

"Our customers are looking for diverse content to drive fast, impactful and efficient learning. This requires a deep learning catalog and a system to accommodate all the multiple ways of learning," Potgieter says.

"GO1 is the world's largest aggregator of online training content bringing all of the world's top training providers under the same roof making them the right partner for us."

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