Niederer Kraft Frey has advised the shareholders of the Swiss People-Analytix, an AI-based employee skills management platform, on the sale of all shares in People-Analytix to Learning Pool.
People-Analytix is a pioneer in AI-powered skills technology. It offers a skill management platform that uses artificial intelligence to identify competence gaps within organizations and predict the skills required in the future. The platform includes a proprietary multilingual skills ontology with over 20,000 unique skills, enabling companies to identify organizational skills gaps, uncover workforce trends and match employees to jobs, projects and learning. The company is a spin-off of x28, Integration Alpha and peopleWORKS.
The Swiss company will be merged with Learning Pool, an existing Marlin portfolio company. Leaning Pool is a renowed provider of learning technology and content in Northern America and Western Europe, proudly serving 20 global enterprises out of the Fortune 100.
The NKF team was led by corporate/m&a partner Philip Spoerlé (pictured right) working with partner Andrea Giger (pictured left), senior associate Katalin Siklosi and associate Benedikt Hadorn (all m&a/corporate) as well as partners Markus Kronauer (Tax) and Nicolas Birkhäuser (antitrust/competition) and senior associate Livia Keller (employment).