Roundup: Acquires HCR Software; Infor Partners With DailyPay

News Roundup

Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. acquired HCR Software, maker of CompXL’s enterprise incentive compensation planning software. CompXL supports the management of merit raises, bonuses, commissions, long term incentive awards, equity and employee total rewards statements across an entire organization.

Infor partnered with DailyPay to provide access to earned wages. DailyPay will receive time data from Infor’s platform so employees can access funds instantly based on their timecard details.

Workforce software provider Remote launched a marketplace to connect employers and job seekers. Fully integrated with Remote’s global HR platform, Remote Talent allows companies to advertise openings with both hybrid and on-site roles, and to access global candidates with experience working remotely and a desire to work with a fully distributed team.

WorkFusion unveiled Work.AI, a no-code platform that combines the capabilities of AI/machine learning, intelligent document processing and robotic process automation to help employers create and manage a digital workforce.

Employee experience management company ControlUp unveiled new features including a deeper integration with Microsoft Intune, enhanced monitoring and alerting for Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365 Cloud PC, and expanded real-time unified communication monitoring for Microsoft Teams. 

DoControl released new capabilities to its data security protection offering for Microsoft. The company said the update includes faster onboarding, better data integrity and accuracy, and data protection.

Workforce inclusion platform Inclusively closed a $13 million Series A round led by Firework Ventures. The company plans to use the funds to accelerate enterprise access to their workplace personalization product Retain.

Background screening services company HireRight appointed Stephen Spears as its chief revenue officer. His appointment follows the retirement of Steve Girdler, the company’s previous CRO, who will be staying on with the company in an advisory capacity.

Leapsome welcomed Luck Dookchitra as the company’s first global vice president of people.

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