A Harrogate-based technology firm which uses artificial intelligence to increase knowledge retention and improve skills for companies has added an experienced business development director to its team of experts.
Georgia Harbison’s new role at Intuitive Learning will involve integrating AI technology with HR to drive business growth through the adoption of its pioneering micro-learning platform, Cognito.
Mrs Harbison, an experienced business and product development professional, has a proven track record working in the learning and development and automotive sectors. Previous roles include positions held at O&H Vehicle Conversions, AA DriveTech, Intelligent Data Systems and Trafficmaster.
She brings a wealth of experience in developing technology-led approaches to business problems.
Jonny Jerome, commercial director at Intuitive Learning, said: “Georgia’s appointment comes at a very exciting time for the business and she is already playing a critical role in the growth and development of our groundbreaking Cognito platform. A proven background in the business services sector combined with real customer-focused expertise will prove invaluable.
“Microlearning offers a more convenient and faster method than traditional e-learning. Our research shows that the use of Cognito has a significant effect on the retention of learning knowledge and with the simple operation of the platform, even the busy users can take two minutes to learn every day.
“Georgia will be working closely with new and existing clients to demonstrate how the system can replace traditional learning management platforms or work in tandem with them to boost results.”
Intuitive Learning is led by the experienced management team of Jonny Jerome, Mike Routledge and Evan Ritchie. Jonny and Mike have built and sold technology companies before, and Evan has previously headed up IT Teams for both Zenith Vehicles and FMG.