Digital HRHR TechnologyHRD Tech Roundup – September 16th 2019

HRD Tech Roundup - September 16th 2019

This week, partnerships provide mutual benefits for HR tech giants and clients alike. Spark Hire integrate with Oracle Cloud, Greenhouse partner with InfoMart, JazzHR launch a brand new marketplace, and more.

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

This week, partnerships provide mutual benefits for HR tech giants and clients alike. Spark Hire integrate with Oracle Cloud, Greenhouse partner with InfoMart, JazzHR launch a brand new marketplace, and more.

So, what’s been happening?

Key Players Announcements:

  • Ceridian has entered into a share purchase agreement to acquire RITEQ, a provider of enterprise workforce management solutions. This acquisition follows Ceridian’s launch of the award-winning Dayforce Payroll solution to the Australian market in April (via Business Wire).
  • Spark Hire has announced that its video interviewing platform has integrated with Oracle Cloud, and is now available in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. The platform allows mutual customers to screen candidates faster and more effectively by scheduling, reviewing and sharing Spark Hire one-way and live video interviews through the Oracle Talent Management Cloud (via MenaFN).
  • Greenhouse has partnered with analytics platform InfoMart. The partnership aims to offer benefits to mutual customers by seamlessly integrating a background check submission and retrieval process into the Greenhouse ATS workflow (via PR Web).

More HRD Tech News

  • JazzHR has announced the launch of JazzHR Marketplace. The platform is designed to help SMBs connect with JazzHR’s network of more than 200 service and technology partners, and will provide industry-leading solutions to streamline HR processes (via Yahoo Finance).
  • Culture Amp has raised $82 million in a Series E round of funding. They will use the funds for global expansion. Culture Amp provides a platform to collect, understand and act on employee feedback, and has thus far collected intelligence from more than three million employee surveys (via MrWeb).
  • Vericred has announced the launch of its HRA Development Kit. The new offering is a suite of APIs, enabling InsurTech and HR tech companies to build solutions that empower businesses to take advantage of new Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement rules (via HR Technologist).

HRD Tech Founder Q&A

Stuart Hearn, CEO & Founder, Clear Review

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

In this installment of our HRD Tech Founders Q&A series, Stuart Hearn, Founder & CEO, Clear Review, reveals how a continuous model of employee performance development will slash time invested in performance management, revolutionize employee performance, and create a more meaningful work life for all.

Read more.

HR Tech Influencer Spotlight:

Fantastic insight shared by Ian Knowlson this week, so much to grapple with around the future of work, and how tech will redefine our workplace interactions.

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