Enterprises are struggling to align their development with their workforce’s desire to have a more dynamic and personalized employee experience. This has significantly impacted the engagement and retention of employees and an enterprise’s ability to remain competitive in the disrupted labor market.
“The traditional Learning Management Systems (LMS) can no longer deliver the desired results for enterprises,” said Sandy Ng, the Chief Strategy Officer of Kydon Group (Kydon). As such, “companies need a nimble platform that connects learning with performance.”
Recognizing this challenge, Kydon – Asia’s leading player in the digital learning technology space announced their partnership with Ping An Smart City – a subsidiary of Fortune Global 500 company, Ping An. With a collective experience of serving over 56 million users and 1,700 corporate institutions and enterprises within the Asian region, Kydon and Ping An Smart City recently launched a digital workforce development solution known as ZilLearn Work.
Running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), ZilLearn Work relies on ZilLearn’s operational ecosystem which comprises an AI-supported digital content creation and publishing platform, Big-Data driven in-demand Skills Analytics, and a Learning Experience Platform (LXP) with more than 10,000 marketplace skills-centric lessons from world learning experts.
As part of ZilLearn – Kydon’s flagship EdTech start-up, suite of workforce development EdTech modules, ZilLearn Work aims to align the growth of a business and its people for the future of work.
Indeed, the future of work is no longer a distant reality. It is here and we need to re-architect how we think and approach work to drive innovation, inclusion, and performance.
The LXP element of ZilLearn Work implies that the digital workforce solution prioritizes the philosophy of ‘learning in the flow of work’. This is visible in ZilLearn Work’s multi-modal multi-device delivery mode. Not only are the classes designed for online, blended, and offline learning experiences, they are readily available on different technological devices including mobile. Thus, supporting the more mobile and flexible workforce of today.
With over 1.1 billion learning sessions, 2.1 million short video lessons, and 200,000 learning roadmaps, this technological partnership between Kydon and Ping An Smart City promises to bring a best-in-class mobile-first training platform that will revolutionize Southeast Asia’s workplace learning ecosystem.
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