Integrated talent management software gets backing from Origin Ventures to address critical people needs in modern approach to talent management.
Anthill AI, a first-of-its-kind adaptive talent management software, secures $1.24M in their first funding round led by Origin Ventures. Aimed at improving the future of work through employee experience and internal mobility, Anthill addresses critical people needs for employers while personalizing the employee development experience for the individual.
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“The workplace is changing rapidly, and individuals and companies need to be future-ready,” says Muriel Clauson, Co-founder and CEO of Anthill AI. Anthill is an integrated talent management software that solves for both employee and employer objectives simultaneously through the power of machine learning. “To date, talent management has been wildly underserved as a manual task with limited data–– we see Anthill as a foundational tool in navigating a better future of work for both employers and individuals.”
Anthill uses machine learning technology for a modern approach to talent management Clauson calls “talent mapping.” Founder Clauson – herself a people scientist – is passionate about seeing people and businesses thrive, continuing, “employees are a company’s most valuable asset–– it all starts with really knowing your people.” Anthill teaches organizations about their people by offering a comprehensive approach to matters of employee experience and retention, reskilling and development, and internal mobility, delivering a clear visual of where employees and organizations currently stand and where they can go. “We built a software that finds that win-win for both employer and employees, and we’re really proud of that.”
Designed to reach all types of workers, from corporate to retail and manufacturing, Anthill’s software engages with employees via mobile app. “A more robust approach to understanding existing talent is critical,” says Clauson. Through machine learning technology, Anthill is able to take minimal input and predict a wide range of characteristics, skills, and interests delivering a truly comprehensive map of an organization’s talent. “Anthill is also fun for employees,” says Clauson, “they have a say in their own career development, while delivering invaluable data to employers.”
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