SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Alphia venture-backed technology company, today launches its dynamic new mobile app and web-based platform that gives businesses the tools they need to better recruit, retain and advance women.
The solution comes at a time when diversity decreases in many sectors; burnout increases; women’s participation in the labor market is at its lowest point since 1988; and 1 in 3 women are considering quitting their job. Gender inclusion and the advancement of women is a driver of business profitability and improved customer experience.
“We are pioneers EqualTech™ – technology that enables equal opportunity,” said Alphy CEO and Founder Julian Guthrie. “Diversity and inclusion is a $15.4 billion global market that has been largely overlooked by innovative new technologies. Legacy solutions don’t work and new tools are needed. »
Guthrie added: “We are introducing a new way of thinking about the advancement of women at work, in school and at home. We’ve created a suite of tools to help women connect and grow, and businesses across all industries to better recruit, develop and retain female talent. »
The Alphy solution includes:
Daily original storiesinterviews and news
- Live Chats with luminaries of our time
- Learning reinvented tracks created by Alphy’s award-winning writers and editors
original learning Games offer friendly team competitions
- Social networks in a favorable environment
A jobs and internship board connecting to Alphy talent pool
AlphyReflect, a revolutionary aid to AI communication enhancement tool
“Alphy is a community built around innovative AI, shared experiences and goals, and storytelling that empowers women,” said Ted Selker, CTO of Alphy. “Our AI tool, AlphyReflect, helps individuals strengthen their written communication. It is a mirror for reflection, not an automatic correction or replacement solution.
Guthrie added, “Alphy offers a reimagined approach to diversity and inclusion in an easy-to-use platform that delivers measurable results for businesses. At Alphy, we focus on nurturing and optimizing human capital.
Alphy was founded in 2021 by a former veteran San Francisco Chronicle journalist Julian Guthrie. She is the author of five books, including alpha girls, currently being adapted for television. The Alphy team includes award-winning veterans in technology, journalism, branding and design. The company has been in stealth mode for over a year, learning from its beta collaborations with companies like Axon, Wilson Sonsini, and enVista, as well as colleges like WSU, Cornell, Rutgers, and USC, among others.
Alphy, which recently closed its second round of seed funding, is backed by investors including MJ Elmore, John Fisher, Jim Goetz, Theresia Gouw, Will Hearst, Bill Lanfri, Meridee Moore, Sonja Perkins, Mark Pincus, Kevin Scott and S-Cubed Capital.