Nottingham (UK), April 2020 - THRIVE and Viventis are delighted to announce their partnership, offering first-class learning technology and microlearning solutions to organisations in South East Asia. With the global COVID-19 pandemic, the need for personalised skills enablement is higher than ever, and that’s what THRIVE LXP will provide.
Creators of THRIVE, a revolutionary learning experience platform, has announced a new partnership with Viventis, a leading human capital solutions provider helping organisations acquire and manage talent more effectively.
Many organisations such as Sky, Brakes foodservice, and The Ordinary are already using THRIVE LXP to innovate training, improve communication, and increase employee engagement. Through this partnership, Viventis will be able to offer THRIVE’s innovative learning technology solutions to global companies across the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
Yu MING Chin, Executive Director of Viventis, commented, "COVID-19 amplified the need for companies to bring their workforce in the growth zone. The increasing adversities and ever-changing demands at work are pushing employers to address both business and learning concerns of employees. This is where an LXP becomes a strategic business tool.
"We put a lot of thought and effort into selecting the best learning experience platform on the market for our client base and THRIVE ticks all the boxes: it’s a company that focuses on industry-leading technology and has a unique and creative approach to eLearning content.
"We’re committed to offering the most valuable career solutions with the most sophisticated technology, and our new partnership with THRIVE will further our ability to help our customer base transform their learning and development culture."
Now in an official partnership, the two companies will develop a long-term strategic relationship, leveraging combined knowledge of the industry and shared expertise. They’ll work in collaboration to help businesses build the best corporate learning experience and empower self-directed learning amongst their employees.
Sean Reddinton, CEO of THRIVE welcomed the partnership: "We’re excited to welcome Viventis to our THRIVE tribe! They're true experts in the HR and learning space, and we’re delighted to work with them to introduce THRIVE, our learning experience platform, overseas to South East Asia.
"Many organisations recognise the importance in closing the skills gap and the role technology plays in continuous learning. We’re already helping so many organisations empower their employees to develop a learning culture, and we look forward to expanding further around the globe with help from our new partners."