Engineering and industrial software vendor AVEVA, has partnered with Axonify, a B2B SaaS company to offer adaptive artificial intelligence (AI)-microlearning as part of the AVEVA Unified Learning platform.
The strategic partnership with Axonify makes AVEVA enables to deliver microlearning solutions for industrial operations staff.
According AVEVA, the training programme drives measurable outcomes for organisational competency needs, all enabled by three key aspects that include: a single integrated platform from one vendor encompassing simulation for training with rich extended reality capabilities, flexible deployment enabling customers to choose cloud, hybrid, or on-premises implementation and harnessing of AI to fill knowledge gaps with personalised training.
Amish Sabharwal, Global Head of Engineering, AVEVA, said: “We are excited to have entered into this strategic partnership with Axonify, as together we can truly transform the way that global organisations approach the learning lifecycle of their employees.”
Sabharwal added that Microlearning shifts training away from ‘one size fits all’ classes to daily, easily digestible question-based sessions that can be tailored to meet individual needs based on cognitive science principles.
“Our research shows that without reinforcement, people typically forget up to 90% of content learned during training within 30 days,” he pointed out. “AI-enabled microlearning will protect the training investment and ensure that recipients instinctively know all the crucial information when they most need it.”
Christine Tutssel, SVP, Global Sales and co-founder, Axonify, said the company is delighted to be partnering with AVEVA at a time when industrial organisations are starting to increasingly take up digital transformation.
“Employee knowledge is a foundational element of an organisation’s digital transformation strategy and the Axonify platform is proven to drive learning retention, knowledge growth and most importantly behaviour change in a way that traditional methods can’t,” Tutssel said. “We are also able to support the rapid pace of change that today’s industrial organisations require as they embark on building out their digital competencies.”