HRExaminer Watchlist: On The Job Performance Enhancement: Textio

Textio describes their mission as: “the company was started with the simple notion that what if every time you wrote something, you knew exactly who was going to respond.”
 

HRExaminer v9.38

On September 21, 2018, in AI, Artificial Intelligence, HR Technology, HRExaminer, HRTech, John Sumser, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
Our focus on The 2019 HRExaminer Watchlist continues this week with profiles on four amazing firms that are leading the charge in HR with intelligent technology. These include, SwoopTalent, OneModel, Beamery, and EngageTalent.


We have two great episodes of HR Tech Weekly. On Episode 187, Stacey Harris and John Sumser host their annual highlights show on The HR Technology Conference. On Episode 188, John and Stacey have a great discussion about AI in the workplace featuring Microsoft, Google, and IBM. Plus, a bevy of interesting new service and funding announcements coming on the heels of The HR Tech Conference last week.
 

HRExaminer Watchlist: Sourcing Acceleration: EngageTalent

EngageTalent harvests public data to forecast the likelihood that a potential employee will respond positively to a job offer.
 

HRExaminer Watchlist: Comprehensiveness is Essential: Beamery

Beamery is an end to end recruiting solution that delivers the full spectrum of Recruitment Marketing with intelligence driven automation.
 

HRExaminer Watchlist: Analytics Integration: OneModel

OneModel takes the clients data, as is, and integrates it into a customizable set of People Analytics.
 

HRExaminer Watchlist: 21st Century Data Governance: SwoopTalent

Using data usually requires a massive governance program to standardize and stabilize the data outputs of different tools. SwoopTalent provides an automated answer that eliminates the need for committee-based data management conversations.
 

HRExaminer v9.37

On September 14, 2018, in AI, Artificial Intelligence, HR Technology, HRExaminer, HRTech, John Sumser, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
Our focus over the coming weeks is to introduce you to John Sumser’s findings in HRExaminer’s new report, The 2019 Index of Intelligent Technology in HR. Our first article serves as an introduction to the report. Next, we focus in on the most interesting AI companies in HR Technology, which are contained in The 2019 HRExaminer Watchlist (which stems from the report). We finish up with two profiles from the watchlist that highlight Google and IBM’s latest advances in the field.


Also this week, John Sumser speaks with Tom Walsh, the director of data science at Kronos. Tom received a PhD in computer science from Rutgers University and held several research positions in academia and industry, including a research position at MIT. Listen to HRExaminer Radio.
 

HRExaminer Watchlist: Intelligent Overlay Rooted in Assessment: IBM

IBM supplies AI as a commodity. They are deploying a talent framework that serves as the foundation of HR intelligence. They provide industry benchmarks across 3,000+ job profiles and 2,000+ associated skills that have been developed over 30 years and can be personalized and curated with Watson
 

HRExaminer Watchlist: Intelligent Overlay Rooted in Mapping: Google

Google is building a comprehensive talent framework based on resume and job data supplemented with actual site investigations of the things people actually do. It is analogous to their mapping project and being pursued with the same intensity. They are the HR AI platform rooted in search.
 

HRExaminer Announces 2019 Watchlist: Most Interesting AI Companies in HR Technology

LAS VEGAS (September 11, 2018) – Today, at the opening of the HR Technology Conference & Exposition®, HRExaminer unveiled its 2019 Watchlist of the most interesting AI vendors in HR Technology.