ExpertusONE named a Top 25 Artificial Intelligence Company of 2024


ExpertusONE, a global leader in learning management technology for enterprise companies, is proud to announce that it has been selected as one of the Top 25 Artificial Intelligence Companies of 2024 by The Software Report, a comprehensive source for market research and insights, business news, investment activity and corporate actions related to the software sector.

 The Software Report selects companies based on their exceptional use of artificial intelligence (AI) and their impact on the industry, conducting extensive reviews across several software categories. Awardees were also judged on factors such as growth, innovation, corporate performance, and management capabilities.

 “We’ve worked hard to incorporate practical and secure AI to improve and enhance the experience for both learners and administrators, so it’s an honor to be recognized,” said Ramesh Ramani, CEO of ExpertusONE. “The days of one-size-fits-all learning are far behind us. Our mission is to elevate corporate training and development by creating the world’s most technologically agile unified learning platform. That means embracing AI to provide scalable and sustainable learning solutions that fit today’s distributed, boundaryless workforce.”

 The ExpertusONE unified learning platform is a purpose-built, cloud-based solution with enhanced AI-powered features designed to replace disparate legacy systems and facilitate cohesive, agile learning in the modern workplace. The system utilizes extensible architecture, allowing it to integrate seamlessly with everyday productivity applications such as Salesforce, Slack, and Microsoft Teams. Intuitive learning delivery, such as the inclusion of embedded modules in frequently used applications, also provides real-time interactive training to keep learners focused and engaged.

 AI is at the forefront of the company’s strategic technology roadmap, with several additional advancements planned. ExpertusONE is developing AI-driven training materials and engagement analytics to better tailor training to suit individual needs, along with Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology that will offer learners real-time translation of important training materials, including live sessions. This ensures fairness and inclusivity at a time when workforces are becoming increasingly diverse and distributed. Additionally, AI-enabled independent learning through conversational chatbots will enable responses to live queries and recommend further reading materials. 

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