hrexaminer-announcing-HR-Tektonic-Awards-webAnnouncing: HR Tektonic Awards

The HR Software Ecosystem is a complex maze of silos. There are Fully featured suites, HRIS, Recruiting Tools,Assessment Toolkits, Performance Management Systems, Compensation Management Tools, Learning Systems, Labor Markets, Crowd Sourcing, Collaboration, Workforce Planning and Analytics. Some of these services maintain the status quo while others move the ball forward. In a world where standing still is death and incremental improvement is a baseline strategy, we are looking for the tools that really make a difference.

Technology is changing the way that HR operates and the terrain that it covers. The tools that we are implementing are shaping our views of the function itself. Some of them simply automate existing processes. Others unleash unseen synergies and are the engines of transformation.

At the HRDemo Show this December 8th and 9th, we will announce the winners of the First Annual HR Tektonic awards. These awards are given to companies whose services disrupt and innovate. The awards are given to technologies and suites that change the way the game is played.

Awards will be given in the following categories:

  • Talent Management/Recruiting
  • Performance Management
  • Compensation (Payroll, Benefits)
  • Learning
  • HR Social Media
  • Vendor Management Solutions
  • Workforce Management (time/attendance)
  • Workforce Planning
  • HRMS Suites

Nominations are due by October 27, 2010. Please e-mail your nomination to Debbie.Bolla@SharedXpertise.com. The application process for nominated software providers involves the completion of an online questionnaire by each nominee by 5 customers, the submission of an analyst report and a description of why their product is disruptive. The application process must be completed by nominees by November 19, 2010.

The award winners will be featured in the December issue of HRO Today Magazine and on the HRExaminer.



 
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