AUSTIN, Texas — Oct. 4, 2016 — PeopleAdmin, the leader in talent management software for education, has been selected as a “50 Smartest Companies of 2016” by The Silicon Review magazine, a publication for business and technology professionals.
The publication selected PeopleAdmin, the only talent management company serving both K-12 and higher education, based on its “innovation, revenue growth, customer reviews and domain influence.”
“The Silicon Review 50 Smartest Companies of the Year 2016 program identifies companies that mastered the discipline of smartness and stood high among the crowd,” said Manish Pandey, editor-in-chief of The Silicon Review magazine.
PeopleAdmin’s talent management software and services help the K-20 education community stay ahead of the technology curve to acquire, develop, and manage today’s top educators and staff for their schools, districts, colleges and universities, which ultimately will have a lasting, positive impact on student achievement at all levels.
The recognition comes at a time when PeopleAdmin is experiencing tremendous growth in pursuit of bringing greater value to customers and improving the quality of education in North America. The company has made three strategic acquisitions within the past two years — including Netchemia, SearchSoft Solutions and, most recently, TeacherMatch — creating the industry’s most comprehensive talent management platform and analytical solution.
“Our business model drives progress, so we continue growing — organically and through acquisitions — to better take care of our customers and lead the industry in innovative ways,” said PeopleAdmin CEO Kermit S. Randa. “We’ve been a valuable part of the success strategy for educators for more than 15 years. We know that if we are to meet the goal of preparing the world’s children for the challenges that lie ahead, technology and human talent must work together, and work smart.”
PeopleAdmin’s software solutions — TalentEd, SchoolSpring, SearchSoft and TeacherMatch for K-12, and SelectSuite for higher education — help educational institutions use technology and data to boost operational efficiency, minimize risk, organize the entire talent management life cycle and, ultimately, improve student outcomes.