Peoplefluent, which is transforming the face of Talent Management with its mobile and SaaS (News - Alert) suite solution, indicated a record-breaking 4Q 2011 in new bookings and a 30 percent increase in net new annual recurring revenue bookings across the full Talent Management suite.
Keen customer interest in the Peoplefluent Mobile Talent Management for the iPad, launched in the fall of 2011, contributed partly to fourth quarter record. This suite of mobile applications acted as an extension of the integrated talent solution and helped provide teams with access to actionable information and manager insights, even while on the go.
Charles S. Jones, chairman and CEO at Peoplefluent, elaborated on the strategy that underlined the record performance and growth. He indicated that the end goal has always been on building and delivering innovative solutions that help empower the existing workforce.
To this end, the company had focused on enterprise-wide performance improvement and the adoption of new skills and outcomes. The execution of such a strategy had begun in 2011 through collaborative mobile and gaming launches and continued in 2012 with Learning Solutions acquisition.
Peoplefluent's earlier acquisition of Strategia, a Canadian-based Learning management solutions company was also a move in this direction for it added Strategia's key Learning component and award-winning technology and functionality to the Peoplefluent Talent Management portfolio.
Jones explained that such initiatives and additional future developments were directed at transforming the way businesses use traditional Talent Management applications for the betterment of professional communities.
As a result, PeopleFluent now delivers the broadest Talent Management experience and capability, and offers the deepest integrated functionality and reporting available in a single unified and integrated offering.
In conclusion, Jones mentioned that the company's dedication toward innovation and its commitment to deliver compelling and successful business solutions to customers was an ongoing one.Mini Swamy is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves