inqli Launches Groundbreaking Workplace Technology for Human Flourishing

Bridging Human Connection with AI in the Quest for Trusted Knowledge at Work.
VICTORIA, British Columbia - March 6, 2024 - PRLog -- We're back to work and AI is here to help. Amidst the race to power workplace productivity with AI-based technology that so often removes humans from the equation, inqli launches just on time as the first "pro-connection" workplace technology of its kind. On average, knowledge workers spend over a quarter of their work week on emails, and almost as much time searching for information or people who can help them. They're burned out, stressed out and disengaged.

This is an expensive enterprise problem to solve. The Fortune 500 lose a combined $31 billion per year from employees failing to share knowledge effectively and it's estimated that workplace stress costs US businesses more than 1 trillion dollars every year due to decreased employee productivity, absenteeism and turnover. inqli is here to change that with a one-of-a-kind AI-powered social knowledge-sharing platform, designed from the ground up to foster both productivity and employee well-being through trusted human knowledge-sharing at work.

Drawing on extensive research and insights from their recent paper, in partnership with the Digital Wellness Institute, inqli's workplace technology is distinguished by its unique approach to enhancing both digital well-being and productivity.

inqli's technology matches every question to trusted knowledge from real people which:
  • fosters meaningful connections
  • facilitates seamless social knowledge-sharing, and
  • reduces the time spent searching for information at work
"Our platform is the embodiment of our vision for a workplace where technology serves as a conduit for improved productivity through human connection, energy, and well-being, rather than a source of distraction, stress, and isolation," says Rebecca Kirstein Resch, founder and CEO of inqli and founding member of the AI for Human Flourishing working group from the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University.

Wellness industry professionals have lauded inqli's innovative approach. Amy Blankson, co-founder and Chief Evangelist of the Digital Wellness Institute shared, "It has now become necessary to rethink the technologies we are already using at work and how they affect the people using them. Technologies like inqli are taking this another critical step forward and designing workplace tech through a human-centric lens from the start," highlighting the critical need for technologies that prioritize human outcomes alongside business productivity.

"We are not just launching a platform; we are spearheading a movement towards more humane, connected, and fulfilling workplaces," adds Kirstein Resch. This launch follows a successful $1.3 million capital raise in 2023 led by James Lochrie at Thin Air Labs, underscoring the market's confidence in inqli's vision and its potential to redefine the role of technology in the workplace.

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