UKG, Hireology Announce Partnership Ahead of Integration

Software Integration

Hireology and UKG announced a “deeper” partnership, paving the way for the companies to begin an integration of Hireology and UKG Pro, a payroll solution. The pair began their original collaboration and integration in July of 2022.

Hireology offers a recruiting, hiring and employee management platform meant to help customers “build their best teams,”  the company said. Additionally, the platform offers functionality to help drive re-engagement of passive candidates and to promote internal mobility of employees, thus helping to drive retention.

When using the collaboration, employers can automatically transfer new hire data from Hireology to UKG. The companies said this will make onboarding new hires faster and more efficient. In addition, the partnership will mean better visibility into system data and reporting.

The companies said the goal of the integration is to create an “all-in-one” platform that will help companies to better connect with talent, hire more quickly and manage teams. In addition, they expect the integration decrease time spent by employees working between different business applications.

The integration is available to all Hireology and UKG Pro users as of Jan. 19.

Improved Access and Streamlined Processes

The link-up with Hireology is one of a series of newly made or strengthened partnerships on the part of UKG. Their overarching theme: streamlining processes and gaining improved access to technology. In total, UKG partners with 315 technology and service companies. Other partnerships in January alone include data management company Scan-Optics, as well as on-demand workforce platform ShiftMed. According to UKG, the goal of the partnerships and integrations is to create better employee experiences and improve business outcomes.

“By cultivating a highly engaged ecosystem of technology partners, including Hireology, we are able to provide a more seamless technology experience with measurable results.” said Mike May, vice president, technology partnerships at UKG.

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