AUSTIN, Texas – (BUSINESS WIRE) – PeopleAdmin, a leader in talent management software for K-12, higher education and government, today announced that it has been named a 2016 top 10 talent management software solution provider by HR Tech Outlook magazine in its April issue.
The publication’s list — curated by a team of prominent CEOs, CIOs, CHROs, analysts, and the publication’s editorial board — highlights the best solutions that seamlessly solve the challenges of recruiting, performance evaluation, compensation, training and development. PeopleAdmin was chosen for its ability to scale, its flexibility in handling the constantly evolving demands presented by the human resources field and the value it adds to the industry as a whole.
The magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Hanna Wilson notes how PeopleAdmin is “redefining the traditional methods of talent management through an efficient blend of technology and support,” which is “enabling new age enterprises to leverage strategic human resource planning and improve business value.”
You can read the magazine’s profile of PeopleAdmin here.
“We believe that successful talent management is all about using technology and innovation to put people first, and our solutions are built with that in mind,” said Kermit S. Randa, PeopleAdmin CEO. “We take very seriously our role in helping educators recruit, hire and train the right people for the right jobs, which ultimately will have a lasting, positive impact on student achievement at all levels. This recognition is a testament to the hard work our team puts into fulfilling that role each and every day.”
PeopleAdmin’s software solutions — TalentEd, SchoolSpring and SearchSoft for K-12 and SelectSuite for higher education — help educational institutions use technology and data to improve operational efficiency, minimize risk and organize the entire talent management lifecycle. These tools empower human resources departments to do what they do best — hire the highest quality teachers and staff in the most efficient manner possible to improve student outcomes.