AUSTIN, Texas — Sept. 12, 2017 — PeopleAdmin, the leader in talent management software for K-12 and higher education, is now delivering an enhanced level of analytics capabilities to K-12 educators and administrators — helping drive actionable insights across the entire employee life cycle.
The enhanced analytics offering is the result of an expanded strategic partnership between PeopleAdmin and Tableau, the global leader in visual analytics.
PeopleAdmin’s TalentEd solutions help school districts automate and streamline critical employee processes from recruiting to onboarding to professional development. By adding advanced analytics developed in partnership with Tableau, districts will have access to real time, enterprise-level information and insights to further help them attract and develop the best and brightest educators and to drive simplification of overall talent management functions.
“School districts understand the critical connection between hiring the right people and boosting student achievement,” said Nick Montgomery, chief research officer at PeopleAdmin. “Through this partnership with Tableau, PeopleAdmin can help districts bring analytics into this equation in an unprecedented manner — enabling them to use data to make better all-around talent management decisions and elevate student achievement.”
Earlier this year, Tableau was positioned as highest in ability to execute in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms.*
Customers rate Tableau highly for its innovative, agile enterprise analytics. The partnership with PeopleAdmin showcases Tableau’s work in the K-12 space.
“Across the board, organizations large and small use Tableau to transform data into actionable insights and drive business impact,” said Rob Dolan, education marketing director at Tableau. “We see this partnership with PeopleAdmin as a way to provide meaningful impact to the K-12 education space by delivering the insights districts need to transform their schools and raise the collective bar in education.”