Cork based employee experience platform, Talivest, has been bought by Australian firm Go1.

The price paid has not been disclosed by the parties.

Go1 is one of the world's largest corporate education content hubs for on-demand training and resources.

It has raised over $400m in funding from investors including AirTree Ventures, Blue Cloud Ventures, Five Sigma, Madrona Venture Group, M12, Oxford University, Salesforce Ventures, SEEK Investments, SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and Y Combinator.

"The combination of Talivest's employee experience knowledge with Go1’s expertise in corporate learning will help millions of learners across the world to feel more empowered and engaged with their jobs every day," said Andrew Barnes, CEO of Go1.

Orignally called KonnectAgain, Talivest was founded in 2013 by HR professionals Jayne Ronayne and Laura Belyea.

They will now join Go1 and continue to oversee day to day operations at Talivest.

The business uses predictive analytics and employee data intelligence to help organisations boost retention, employee experience and workforce strategic planning.

"It has been an incredible journey to scale up Talivest from post-college to parenthood. I feel so grateful to the Talivest team for years of dedication to building this business," said Jayne Ronayne.

"I have always admired and enjoyed working with the team at Go1, and I look forward to continuing my own journey as part of their team."