HR Technologies in our industry has grown, visions have broadened and tech giants outside our space have officially joined the party, eating up small start ups and investing in the larger more mature HR tech companies. the pitch has moved form "Cool Tools" to solutions and innovation. So what happens when you get 6 industry powerhouses on 1 stage in front of a live audience hungry for more tech?
Chaos. Set up recruiter and HR professionals with live demos of new and upgraded tech and you have a mini iPhone release party.
Not according the vendors on the list below. Over the last couple of years these vendors have brought solutions to the industry that have revolutionized the way we work and most certainly the way we buy and allocate budget.
The Castlight Enterprise Healthcare Cloud is made up of four Solution Centers. These provide a set of applications and services that enables employers to deliver cost-effective benefits, provide medical professionals and health plans a merit-based market to showcase their services, and, most importantly, empower employees to make informed healthcare choices with a clear understanding of costs and likely outcomes. Each Solution Center is powered by the Castlight Platform and the Castlight Data Interchange, which is the industry’s most comprehensive and diverse database of healthcare pricing, quality, and outcome data
Cornerstone OnDemand is a global leader of cloud-based talent management software solutions. Over 15.5 million users across 191 countries rely on Cornerstone to maximize their potential, develop their skills and foster new levels of collaboration. Cornerstone empowers some of the world’s leading organizations, such as Starwood Hotels & Resorts, The Neiman Marcus Group, Save the Children, Turner Broadcasting System, Virgin Media and Pinkberry, to engage their workforces and leverage people performance for greater business results.
Dice announced today that #Dice141 job cards have been named a 2014 “Awesome New Technologies for HR” at 17th Annual HR Technology® Conference. This conference is an annual town hall meeting designed to address how business processes can be enabled and organizational success achieved through technology.
Dice is presenting #Dice141 job cards, its latest HR technology product innovation, at the conference running from October 7-9 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
#Dice141 doubles the visibility of tech recruiters’ tweets by combining social, mobile and big data insights to reach the millions of tech pros on Twitter. Recruiters are using these expandable, personalized tweets to break through Twitter’s 140 character limit and showcase all the ins and outs of their positions, making it easier for tech pros to apply on the go.
What if you could be given candidate and interviewer recommendations in the same way Amazon offers you product suggestions?
HireVue Insights uses data to predict your best candidates and top interviewers to take some of the guesswork out of your hiring efforts.
HireVue Insight’s harnesses the power of big data examining over 15,000 digital interview attributes to predict which candidates are most likely to be top performers and identify which interviewers make the best hiring decisions
Ultimate Software delivers unified, end-to-end HCM cloud solutions—everything from HR, to payroll, to benefits, to time & attendance, to recruitment, to talent management—to improve the personal work experience for you and your people.
With 11 flagship products the entire suite of products center around global people management
Workday has an interesting story and as they say they were "built from the cloud up". You can read the story for yourself but as the story goes (from the workday website) In 2005, software visionaries Dave Duffield and Aneel Bhusri met for brunch at a Truckee diner, a few miles north of Lake Tahoe. They decided to form a startup—one that would sell cloud-based HR and finance software. The two longtime friends had plenty of experience. Dave founded PeopleSoft in 1987 and served as the company's CEO and board chairman.
Aneel held a number of leadership positions at PeopleSoft, including senior vice president of product strategy. On that day in 2005, they resolved to build a company that would revolutionize the enterprise software market. The result is Workday.