Digital HRHR TechnologyHRD Tech Roundup – August 5th 2019

HRD Tech Roundup - August 5th 2019

HR Tech becomes a crystal ball for businesses this week, as Culture Amp and Symphony Talent launch an app to predict the future, SmartRecruiters automate recruiting and BQE Software launches a new solution for the day-to-day of workforce administration.

Welcome to the HRD Tech Roundup – your one-stop update of everything happening in the world of HR Technology.

HR Tech becomes a crystal ball for businesses this week, as Culture Amp and Symphony Talent launch an app to predict the future, SmartRecruiters automate recruiting and BQE Software launches a new solution for the day-to-day of workforce administration.

So what’s been happening?

HRD Tech News:

  • Culture Amp and Symphony Talent have launched a suite of analytics tools, which will enable companies to forecast an employee’s future and improve the tracking of recruitment campaigns. The app, Forecast Engine, will use personalized dashboards to consign recommendations to decision-makers at all organizational levels and is designed to forecast employee performance and turnover risk (via HCM Technology Report).
  • SmartRecruiters has announced the release of a new product designed to automate the administrative tasks involved in recruiting. This release will introduce automatic features like interview self-scheduling, auto-triggered candidate assessments and an intuitive application flow (via SmartRecruiters).
  • BQE Software has launched Core HR, a new module of its existing product. Its purpose it to automate the operational tasks involved in workforce administration, and help employers to follow laws and regulations (via HCM Technology Report).
  • ClearSlide has announced an update focused on marketing and sales teams, which will offer AI-powered search, deep analytics, and time-saving automation capabilities. The updated features combined with content management, robust analytics, and automation tools will assist marketing and sales team to engage buyers and provide exceptional customer experience (via Seeking Alpha).

HRD Tech Founder Q&A

HR Tech rewards and benefits
Gerry O’Neill at CuroComp, in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 10 December 2015.

What is the true potential of HR and how can technology help us to achieve it?

In this installment of our Tech Founders series, Gerry O’Neill, CEO, CuroComp, makes the case for HR technology’s revolutionary impact on compensation and benefits in the workplace.

Read more.

HR Tech Influencer Spotlight:

Tom Haak provides HR Technology insights like nobody else. For the latest news and forecasts on the world of HR Tech, check out Tom’s feed.

Quote of the week

In 2018, the Bank of England’s Chief Economist gave a lecture for the Academy of Social Sciences, which described the UK’s many strengths in terms of technology, the crucial economic role of that technology and its diffusion between sectors, and the country’s role as a magnet for tech talent. If we want to retain that status (and we do), the time to act, the time to upskill our own upskilling, is now.

John Owen, CEO at Mastek, explores the vital changes needed in the tech industry in order to attract graduates. Read more.

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