It’s that time a year again for one of my most favorite HR and talent acquisition conferences – the HR Technology Conference & Exhibition 2015!
On the first day of the conference this year Human Resource Executive magazine announced the 2015 Awesome New Startups for HR. These are are companies I’ll be checking out and keeping my eye in the near future:
Bridge US has reinvented how companies secure visas and green cards for foreign talent. The company’s cloud-based platform eliminates the time and paperwork associated with immigration processing, tracking and compliance.
Bridge US streamlines the immigration process for hundreds of happy customers, ranging from leading startups to publicly-traded companies.
Great Hires will showcase its mobile-first candidate experience platform that helps companies deliver an awesome on site interviewing experience.
By providing information about the company, job and people they meet with before they walk in the door, candidates are better prepared for their interview, ensuring a positive candidate experience.
Kanjoya Perception pushes the frontiers of workforce analytics with its integration of employee engagement, performance review and unstructured text data to understand and predict which employees will do well and why.
Created with state-of-the-art natural language processing and machine learning, the solution delivers targeted intelligence to help businesses attract, retain and motivate the best employees for their organizations.
HR applications use data but they don’t share it. One Model will demonstrate how it can help deliver a true HR data strategy across a company’s technology investments so that analytics, planning and integration can flow naturally from all of their data.
One Model helps companies take control of their HR data, including the data’s history and predictive capabilities, and put them to work.
OrgVue is the leading tool for business transformation. It gives HR and OD teams a new and better way to design, transform and operate their organizations. From merger & acquisitions to organizational restructures, the company helps deliver change faster, fairly, with lower risk and lower cost.
TMBC’s StandOut is revolutionizing engagement and performance through next generation HR solutions.
StandOut provides the technology to meet the needs of the present and the future with dynamic teaming, real-time statistically reliable measures of engagement and performance, and machine-learning algorithms to increase the precision of measurement over time and to deliver personalized, calibrated coaching to each user.
Besides these companies there is also a Startup Pavilion with 20 other up and coming companies I’ll be checking out as well. Stay tuned for more great information on HR Technology coming over the next few days!
This was originally published on Tim Sackett’s blog, The Tim Sackett Project.