Fuel50 Streamlines Connections With Third-Party Learning Platforms

Digital Learning

Fuel50 launched Learn+ to integrate the company’s Talent Marketplace with learning platforms. With the launch, the company aims to deliver personalized, career-focused learning recommendations that can help organizations bridge skills gaps and unlock growth opportunities for their workforce.  

Learn+ is now available as part of the Talent Marketplace product suite, Fuel50 said. Connectors are in place for Degreed, Workday Learning and LinkedIn Learning, with additional integrations planned for the near future. 

The product is “vendor agnostic across the learning platform ecosystem,” said Fuel50 executive vice president of product Sean Sampayo.

Growth Through Learning

Ineffective training can create a significant financial burden for organizations, costing up to $1,350 per employee, Fuel50 said. As such, the company created Learn+ to address the need for effective, data-driven learning and development.

The product allows HR leaders to tag and map learning course data from their learning platform to Fuel50’s interconnected skills and growth actions within the Talent Marketplace experience. It also presents employees with personalized learning recommendations based on their role, career aspirations and relevant skills gaps.

“Our clients are looking for ways to not only aggregate and recommend learning content, but to connect skills to business objectives,” said Fuel50 founder and CEO Anne Fulton. “Fuel50’s Learn+ product creates this connective tissue by purposefully recommending learning choices so employees can build the skills they and their company need rather than spending learning benefits on skills that don’t align.”

In April, Fuel50 launched Insights, a solution to make better data-led decisions with intelligence into people, skills, capabilities, workforce agility and readiness. The product was designed to help organizations make strategic decisions and refine their talent and skills strategies, workforce planning, and career development initiatives.

Through data analysis across the Fuel50 platform, Insights provides HR with a vantage point from which to examine talent across the organization, using dashboards to surface skills-based insights.

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