SkillGym, Glickon and TeamEQ. Here are the startups that will digitize Eni

SkillGym, Glickon and TeamEQ. Here are the startups that will digitize Eni

SkillGym, Glickon and TeamEQ: what the three companies chosen by Eni will do to accelerate the digitalisation of the energy group

Here are the winners of the Eni startup call "Digital HR: Innovating to grow": SkillGym, Glickon and TeamEQ. The three companies will help the six-legged dog in its digitalization process.

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The startups selected by Eni in the context of Digital HR: Innovate to grow, organized in collaboration with Cariplo Factory, are three. Here are names and information


SkillGym , SaaS training platform, through digital role play, allows users to simulate business conversations in a protected digital environment and provides feedback on the activity carried out. The idea is inspired by the "learning by doing" approach and the startup exploits Artificial Intelligence and augmented reality to increase users' confidence and self-awareness in company conversations.


The startup Glickon has developed a platform that allows you to manage and analyze three key moments in the recruting process: the Candidate Experience – that is, the selection phase of the candidates; the Employee Experience – regarding the employee performance analysis phase; and finally People Analytics, analysis and organization of personal and business data.


TeamEQ is the Team Analytics & Team Intelligence platform which, through the use of artificial intelligence, builds predictive models to anticipate problems and exponentially improve emotional intelligence and decision making. In addition, TeamEQ measures key KPIs of teams in real time, improving leadership and decision making.


The 3 start-ups will be progressively involved by Eni in its innovation path. In this way "Eni accelerates its digital transformation process and contributes to the development of a virtuous network of potential companies that are leaders in technological innovation", explains the group headed by the managing director Claudio Descalzi, who currently contracts over 200 digitization projects in progress.


The Call was launched last November 2019 and 70 startups (58 Italian and 12 foreign) who sent their application, 10 have been selected to access the final phase of the Call and have had the opportunity to present their project.

This is a machine translation from Italian language of a post published on Start Magazine at the URL on Fri, 26 Jun 2020 09:31:24 +0000.