Earlier this month Talemetry released new reporting and analytics capabilities in our software that allow companies to delve deeper into their online job application process.
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The dust is finally settling following this year’s OHUG annual conference in Dallas. As it turns out, that timeworn maxim about everything being bigger in Texas is true - attendance was up, vendor participation increased, and there were no shortage of waistline busting barbecues.
Even in the sweltering heat of summer in the Lone Star State, it wasn't difficult for attendees to see where Oracle sees the future of their human capital systems and services. As the keynote presentations by Chris Leone, SVP & GM Oracle/Taleo HCM & TM or Gretchen Alarcon showed, Oracle HCM is moving to keep up with emerging trends and best practices in the industry. And, when it comes to the business of talent management, that future is inexorably intertwined with mobile recruiting, social recruiting and big data.
Do you remember the first time you used an ATM? That moment when you realized that you no longer had to wait in a long line to deposit a check, or had to rely on banker’s hours? How about the first time you used a GPS, when suddenly, you knew that wrong turns, bad directions and getting lost became, in an instant, a thing of the past? Or how about the first time you fast forwarded through a commercial on your DVR?
These technological breakthroughs may seem kind of, well, boring by today’s standards, but each of these technologies accomplished the rare feat of true innovation: completely shattering the old way of doing things for something far more efficient and effective.
My favorite part of my job is hearing from customers who have done great things with our technology. And with over 200 implementations of the Talemetry talent generation suite already working to help some of the world's biggest brands tackle some of the world's most complex recruiting challenges, it's something I'm lucky enough to get to hear every day as our customers see real results and real impact on their ability to find, attract and engage top talent.
What’s in a name? When you’re a brand competing in the hyper competitive $140 billion recruitment services market, plenty. As every marketer – and consumer, for that matter – knows, a name is more than a brand. It’s a promise.
We chose Talemetry, a combination of talent – our core competency and product focus, with telemetry. Telemetry, for those of you a little rusty on your classic languages, comes from the Greek roots tele, which means remote, and metron, or to measure.
This highly automated, highly analytic monitoring is, in short, the science behind the art of talent – the same combination of automation and personalization that’s becoming an increasingly prevalent part of recruiting today.
Here at Talemetry, we’re constantly making enhancements to our core offerings designed to help recruiters find, attract and engage better talent faster from one platform. That’s the great thing about our software as a service model – all Talemetry customers can automatically access the new functionalities and features for the modules they’re already licensed for without doing anything except logging in.
At the end of this month we will be launching our latest version of Talemetry. If you are an existing Talemetry customer, you will automatically have access to all the enhancements for the modules you are licensed for and will receive an email detailing what’s new in this release.
While the release is full of great enhancements, I’d like to call out 3 in particular I feel will make a significant impact in helping organizations more efficiently and effectively find, attract, and engage top talent.
As HR Tech 2012 winds down following another great show, thousands of attendees and exhibitors like myself are catching flights and heading home after spending the last few days learning, networking, giving and receiving demos, and attending one too many late night event parties.
I thought I’d share my top 3 takeaways and observations as I reflect back on the last few days.
I attended my first HR Technology Conference in Chicago in 2010. After a decade in the business intelligence market, I'd been to a fair number of technology events and expositions over the course of my career.
But what really struck me at that first HR Technology Conference was the breadth and depth of exhibitors, ranging from the global enterprise suite players to specialist HR vendors and a significant number of new, niche vendors whose offerings seemed to be jumping on the ever-shifting "latest and greatest" bandwagon.