Austin, Texas — July 8, 2015 — PeopleAdmin, a leader in talent management for K-12, higher education and government, has been selected as a Tyton Growth50 company, placing it among “the most important growth-stage companies in education,” according to Tyton Partners, a longtime provider of investment banking and strategy consulting for the global knowledge sector.
PeopleAdmin was selected from among hundreds of companies for achieving strong financial, brand and customer performance and for “positively changing the lives of administrators, teachers, faculty, students and parents.”
The Growth50 awards were announced at the Tyton Education Summit in New York City last month. This is the first year for the Tyton Growth50, a list curated by Tyton Partners senior professionals.
“This award marks a milestone in PeopleAdmin’s evolution,” said PeopleAdmin CEO Kermit Randa. “Our mission has always been to serve the talent management needs of those who serve others in education and government. Our customers rely on our technology to hire the right staff and faculty for the right jobs, to fully develop those employees while measuring performance, and by doing so, to change our world for the better.”
PeopleAdmin provides a suite of proven solutions that improve operational efficiency, minimize risk and organize the entire talent management lifecycle.
Recently the company combined with Netchemia, the leading provider of talent management solutions for the K-12 education marketplace, increasing scale and broadening its scope beyond higher education and government as it continues to focus on innovation, ease of use and customer value.
“The education sector is in the midst of an epic period of investment activity and national discussion,” said Adam Newman, co-founder and managing partner at Tyton Partners. “A steady stream of tenacious entrepreneurs and innovative product and service models are emerging, but scaling distribution remains a fundamental challenge. PeopleAdmin is clearing this hurdle.”
PeopleAdmin serves more than three million educators and administrators across the complete education spectrum, who in turn serve more than 15 million students — more than 20 percent of all students in America.