Through the partnership, Go1 will work with Totara partners to create custom training content packages to help deliver the best learning and training outcomes.
As part of the agreement Totara’s partners will have access to Go1’s content which includes compliance training, soft skill training and personal development courses, as well as the ability to book in-person training such as first aid or leadership courses.
oThrough accessing Go1’s content, partners will have the ability to open up new revenue streams to new and existing customers through content sales, decrease sales cycles and implementation timelines with readily available training content, improve sales conversion with content tailored to target industries and verticals, as well as increase client retention by providing a broader and more comprehensive solution.
There are many synergies between Go1 and Totara, the main being a strong desire to help companies train and upskill their staff.
Andrew Barnes, CEO and cofounder of Go1 said, "The decision to partner with Totara was an obvious one for us. Our missions are similar - to help individuals and companies learn and enhance their skills, whether for compliance or personal development goals”.
“Through this partnership we are able to offer Totara’s partners a comprehensive training solution for their customers," Mr Barnes said.
Richard Wyles CEO of Totara said the major appeal for Totara is the way in which Go1’s content is updated automatically by its expert course authors, saving hundreds of hours a month. Users are automatically notified when there is an update, which enables them to stay compliant and up to date with regulations in their sector.
"We’re very excited about this new content partnership. It gives our customers access to a wide variety of high-quality training content that is constantly kept up to date with regulatory changes in each jurisdiction. Go1 works with our customers to find the best content for them."