WorkDone Inc. Announces Strategic Partnership With Findability Sciences, Inc. (a Softbank Company)

April 1st, 2021
WorkDone, a machine learning-based work heuristics platform provider, announced today that the Company recently entered into a strategic partnership with Findability Sciences, a SoftBank portfolio company. This alliance is on-brand with SoftBank’s aggressive push into AI. As part of the agreement, Findability Sciences has invested into WorkDone and will collaborate to co-create predictive corporate memory AI solutions for domestic and multinational organizations.
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“Our partnership with a dynamic powerhouse like Findability Sciences is one we’re proud to share with the public,” stated Joe Rogers, CEO of WorkDone Inc. “The additional horsepower provided by Findability will allow us to execute on our technological roadmap much quicker than planned. WorkDone’s ability to efficiently retain customer-specific operational best practices means the wave of Baby Boomers retiring will no longer be a costly corporate hardship due to knowledge walking out the door forever.”

WorkDone’s patent-pending Expertise Capture™ transparently stores Work Heuristics™ which populates a custom evergreen corporate memory of operational best practices. Work Heuristics save customers time and money by automating repetitive, costly tasks which then liberate employees to do higher-value, more strategic work.
Rogers concluded, “With this new strategic partnership, WorkDone has access to the financial resources as well as the global sales, development and implementation capabilities of Findability and their parent company. We have already accelerated buildout of our SAP (through 3V Solutions) and Sage Intacct interface repositories while moving forward with other popular SaaS platforms. This is just the beginning.”

WorkDone was created as a public-benefit corporation to ensure all products and services are developed ethically to make certain the benefits of AI are realized by the public as a whole. From a social benefit perspective, a key component is a platform to facilitate the transition of workers displaced by automation to their next area of vitality.