The leading provider of on-demand talent management solutions, Taleo Corp. launched a groundbreaking social, collaboration and visualization capabilities providing the enterprises with Talent Intelligence to address top business issues. The new abilities primarily alter how companies leverage their talent to tackle the top two challenges facing CEOs today, Growth and Talent.
In a press release, Jason Blessing, executive vice president of Products and Technology at Taleo, said, “Taleo's new talent management platform advances Talent Intelligence by helping enterprises find the right people to meet their business objectives, properly incent employees to attain strategic goals, and better understand and retain top talent. These new capabilities enable enterprises to better know their people and grow their business.”
Taleo Corp is the first vendor to reach beyond the conventional search by ensuring visual search and on-the-fly filtering to pinpoint talent. This new Talent Browser has an exclusive visualization ability which enables the business context behind talent data. It also joins Talent Reviews and Performance Calibration as examples of how Taleo has embedded real-time visual analytics to support better decision making and also includes analytics that give an instant snapshot of any team or organization.
Bret Leech, vice president of Human Resources at Rogers Communications, said, “We are in a talent management renaissance, moving into a new era where we need to leverage talent to effectively anticipate and respond quickly to business needs. By having Talent Intelligence and analytics to determine the needs of our business, we are able to accomplish our goals by building dynamic teams to fuel growth. This kind of innovation is acknowledged by the leading analysts, who have positioned Taleo as the only vendor in all talent management leadership categories.”
Taleo Corp. was recently in news when it landed a contract to provide an array of software services to a big federal agency that has connections to numerous other U.S. government organizations. Dublin-based Taleo said the U.S. General Services Administration has picked the maker of employee management software to help the agency expand its efforts to train and manage employees.
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Sujata Garud is a TMCnet freelancer with three years of writing/editing experience and two years of market research experience. As an editor she has covered the IT, electronics, banking, pharma, construction, mining and healthcare industries. To see more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jennifer Russell