WorkCompass recognised by US analysts as one of the 20 most promising HR tech solutions.
WorkCompass has been recognised by US IT industry analysts as one of the 20 most promising HR technology solutions of 2015. A distinguished panel comprising CEOs CIOs, VCs, analysts and the CIO editorial board selected the top HR tech solution providers.
CIO magazine provides business executives with a better understanding of the role IT plays in achieving corporate goals. The award winning publication provides readers with relevant and timely insight into the business challenges that are top-of-mind for forward-thinking IT executives in all the Fortune 1000 companies.
According to the report:
“It is imperative for a talent-management strategy to link with business strategy in order to make an impact.”
WorkCompass was described by CIO as the
“ideal solution to enable organisations to actively manage employee performance, lower turnover and better staff engagement.”
Denis Coleman , CEO of Workcompass said:
“It’s Wonderful to see a focused , agile system like WorkCompass listed alongside industry behemoths like Workday and it shows the importance companies are placing in lean, effective, performance management to achieve the company’s business goals.”
Recent press about Deloitte, Accenture, Adobe and others dumping traditional performance management in favour of agile, continuous methodologies shows that many more HR Leaders are following suit.
Director of Marketing in WorkCompass. Passionate about all things marketing, Alan has lectured at the Dublin Web Summit, Dublin Institute of Technology, European Institute of Management Practice and judged the Institute of Creative Advertising and Design (ICAD) awards among others. Alan is also the author of two successful marketing books. His latest book has been nominated for best small business marketing book award.