PeopleMatter Named Top 20 Most Promising HR Tech Solution Providers by CIO Review Magazine
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Charleston, SC (PRWEB) July 24, 2014
CIO Review (http://www.cioreview.com) has selected PeopleMatter for its annual list of the "Top 20 Most Promising HR Tech Solution Providers." PeopleMatter was recognized for its complete set of mobile, workforce solutions and business analytics tools for the hourly workforce that connect processes, employees and customers in entirely new ways. The nomination also focused on PeopleMatter's passion to build the best software in the world and the company's belief that people matter. PeopleMatter is the largest provider of workforce management technology specifically designed for the service industry.
"PeopleMatter has been on our radar for some time now for stirring a revolution in the HR space, and we are happy to showcase the company this year due to their continuing excellence in delivering top-notch technology-driven solutions," said Harvi Sachar, Publisher & Founder of CIO Review. "PeopleMatter continued to break new ground within the past year benefiting its customers around the globe, and we're excited to have them featured on our top companies list."
PeopleMatter continuously innovates and adds new products and functionality to the PeopleMatter Platform™, helping restaurant, retail and hospitality companies better hire, train and schedule their employees. Already in 2014, new innovations include:
• PEOPLElytics - the first and only business analytics software product on the market that connects business and people analytics to drive better decisions. Available in beta now, PEOPLElytics uses actionable analytics and interactive data visualization to make big data both accessible and meaningful. Executives can drill down into their company's data to answer specific questions about their operations, see specific metrics impacting overall success and make proactive, informed business decisions.
• Mobile Optimization - the future of employee hiring for the service industry, which hires a large percentage of smartphone-savvy Millennials. PeopleMatter's new mobile-optimized job applications redefine the job application experience on smartphones and tablets with location functionality, save features and mobile-optimized workflows. A true mobile-optimized experience, the job application is designed to adjust to the specific layout and functionality of any mobile device, with a one-thought-per-screen layout and faster, shorter assessments.
"Our aim is to change the way the employer and employee interact in the workplace," says DaPore "We continuously innovate so our customers can hire, train and schedule the best employees possible. More than 41,000 locations use our technology, including brands like Buffalo Wild Wings, Dunkin' Donuts, Comfort Inn and CEFCO. I'm truly honored that our commitment to our customers resulted in PeopleMatter being named one of CIO Review's Top 20 Most Promising HR Tech Solution Providers."
CIO Review constantly endeavors to identify "The Best" in a variety of areas important to tech business. Through nominations and consultations with industry leaders, our editors choose the best in different domains. The HR edition is the listing of 20 Most Promising HR Tech Solution Providers in the U.S. Learn more at http://www.cioreview.com/.
PeopleMatter is a powerful and complete workforce management platform designed to fit the specific needs of service-industry brands. Our complete set of mobile, workforce solutions and business analytics tools connect processes, employees and customers in entirely new ways. Automating and optimizing people processes since 2009, PeopleMatter helps more than 41,000 service-industry locations thrive through better efficiency, engagement and customer satisfaction. PeopleMatter is headquartered in Charleston, SC and on the Web at http://www.peoplematter.com, @peoplematter and Facebook.com/PeopleMatter.HR.
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