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HR technology firm GSoft rebrands as Workleap
GSoft, a Quebec-based software company behind employee experience products that enable over 20,000 companies to achieve more, has officially rebranded to Workleap, as part of a strategic move that supports its mission to craft the leading platform to make work simpler, kinder and faster, it said in a press release.
GSoft, now Workleap, has witnessed significant growth over the past year. This includes the launch of Softstart, an employee onboarding software tool, and Talentscope, a tool that empowers people-first teams to map their skills, develop their talents and accelerate their growth to create more engaging and productive workplaces.
Earlier this year, the company further expanded its portfolio by acquiring Didacte, a learning management system (LMS) designed to build, manage and monitor employee training. This rebranding reflects the company’s intent to further expand and unify its family of software products to deliver more value to its customers, it said. With the recent announcement of a $125 million investment from CDPQ to support growth through acquisition, Workleap is equipped to be a long-term partner for businesses navigating the challenging world of a digitally connected workforce, it said.
“We started as three 20-year-olds who created an IT services company in a small apartment in Quebec. Since then, we’ve grown Workleap to more than 400 employees with a singular focus on creating simple-to-use products that elevate the work experience and drive business performance,” said Simon De Baene, co-founder and CEO of Workleap. “Any business leader will tell you the past few years have been some of the most challenging when it comes to creating a quality employee experience. Workplaces need a software update to bring their full team together and create a unified experience, and Workleap can do that.”
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