GO1 partners with intelliHR

GO1 partners with intelliHR

Leading training and compliance platform GO1 has partnered with intelliHR (ASX: IHR) on a revenue sharing agreement.

The listed intelliHR is currently looking to expand its capabilities by partnering with Australian and overseas businesses to create an integrated ecosystem of HR tools for business.

GO1 was selected thanks to its large variety of courses that intelliHR hopes will complement its people management tools.

In addition, intelliHR says GO1 shares similar ideal customer profiles and has a similar global growth orientation.

IntelliHR will be promoted as a member of GO1's partner community, increasing intelliHR's third party lead generation capabilities and its footprint.

The agreement provides a referral fee to intelliHR capped at 15 per cent of gross revenue for a referral that contracts as a GO1 customer.

The partnership will provide intelliHR customers access to GO1's online courses.

"As intelliHR's people management tools help customers identify individual skill gaps, they can be immediately linked to one of GO1's online training courses," says intelliHR.

"Conversely, the integration allows intelliHR to capture the details of the completed GO1 training allowing intelliHR to provide a 'single point of truth' for all HR records for customers."

Read more: GO1: The tech tiger that changed its stripes

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