Learning Platform Degreed Launches New Analytics Tool
Enterprise learning platform Degreed launched its latest analytics tool, Degreed Intelligence, in November.
The new tool uses analytics from Visier, a Vancouver, Canada-based people analytics tech firm, to analyze Degreed skill data sets and give enterprise learning and HR leaders the data, intelligence and tools to visualize workers’ skills and make business-driven people development decisions.
Degreed Intelligence does this, according to company officials, by enabling organizations to see the skills they have within their workforce, tracking in-demand skills and high-value skills already in use, and growing skills that organizations want by identifying emerging demands and targeting learning and development efforts.
“For too long, leaders and organizations have been operating blind with no easy way to understand current workforce skills, gaps and future needs,” said Degreed CEO Dan Levin in a press release announcing the new product. “Degreed Intelligence delivers this visibility into skills so learning and business leaders can prioritize and focus on talent development that drives innovation and powers competitive differentiation, revenue growth and new business opportunities.”
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Degreed Intelligence also works in conjunction with the Degreed's existing learning experience platform, and turns self, peer and manager ratings, assessments and experiences into real-time intelligence, according to the company. The goal is to help learning and HR leaders become stronger strategic business partners and help organizations close their skill gaps with learning pathways for critical initiatives like digital transformation, diversity and inclusion, and leadership development.
Founded in 2012, Degreed has more than 500 employees and is headquartered in Pleasanton, Calif., with additional offices in Salt Lake City, New York, London, Amsterdam and Brisbane.
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Ben Schwartz is a senior at Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism with a concentration in public affairs.