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Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. Alight Solutions agreed to acquire NGA Human Resources, a provider of digital HR and multi-country payroll services. NGA provides currently serves more than 250 clients, representing 3 million employees. Its platforms include hrX, which provides employers...
Indeed is introducing a service to organize and promote hiring events so that employers can “focus on hiring and not on event management.” Listen to our podcast of this story. In a blog post, the company...
Capacity, previously known as Jane.ai, launched a knowledge-sharing platform that gathers, mines and connects information from throughout an organization. At the same time, it announcing raising $13.2 million in Series B funding. With (the platform) Capacity’s launch, the company rebranded from Jane.ai to emphasize its expansion...
In this Point of View, Adam Rogers, co-CEO and chief technology officer at Ultimate Software, shows why unstructured data can drive game-changing use of advanced technologies. Decision makers love data. But until recently, organizations have primarily relied on structured data—highly organized data...
HRmarketer, which for years has provided a marketing and employee advocacy platform for the HR and recruiting industries, has rolled out advos, a redesigned and newly built version of its HRmarketer product. Designed for companies selling products and services into the HR community, advos combines marketing...
Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. HRWins tracked nearly $1.5 billion of VC investments into HR technology during 2019’s second quarter, outpacing any last year’s periods. By mid-year, the total was just $1 billion shy of all the...
Employee survey and workforce analytics company Perceptyx received a “significant” investment from financial firm TCV. The company said it will use the funds to speed up its development and expansion efforts. Perceptyx provides its customers with analytics that can be used to improve the employee...
Multinational employers would rather upskill their existing HR teams members to analyze workforce data and put it to use. That goal becomes increasingly realistic as more products become available to help make data and analytics accessible. According to Innovation Generation: the Big HR tech Disconnect, a report...
While the momentum of workplace automation continues to gather speed, relatively few North American employers have developed a formal digital transformation strategy. And while one report indicates those that have are leaving HR out of the loop, another shows that companies that prioritize workforce issues turn in stronger financial performances.
HR consulting and technology firm Buck launched an engagement platform that it says will help employers take a more productive approach to technology. The portfolio of products includes three services: bEngaged, bEnabled and bEquipped.

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