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HRTech Is A Must Attend Event For Anyone In The HR Technology Marketplace

Don’t miss the 2013 HR Technology® Conference & Expo this October 7-9 at The Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.  If you’re in HR and use technology, or even if technology is your biggest HR headache, you need to be there.  If you’re an HR Technology vendor, I can’t imagine not being present. If you know about […]

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Don’t Miss Your Chance: InfluenceHR Early Bird Discount Ends Aug. 31

InfluenceHR New York is going to be an amazing marketing event that would make Madison Avenue proud. We have game-changing speakers, with actionable insight from companies transforming marketing every day, including Influitive, The Starr Conspiracy, HireVue, Symbolist, and Modern Survey. But if you haven’t signed up, you need to soon: The Early Bird discount expires […]

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For Some HR Tech Vendors #hrtechconf Is Already A Measurable Success

Gone are the days where trade show results can only be measured in hindsight.  Social Media and other Marketing & Sales technologies have changed all of that. If your idea of pre-show #hrtechconf marketing is flooding email and twitter with “come meet us at  Booth #XXX to see the new, win a new, get a […]

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Time is Running out on my Final Scouting Report for Bill Kutik!

To date I’ve referred 8 vendors, across several product categories, to Bill Kutik to consider looking at for his “Awesome New Technologies in HR” session at the 2012 HR Technology® Conference & Expo this October in Chicago.  That’s less than 10% of the vendors that have briefed me in the last 90 days. If you have a […]

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A Favor For Innovating HR Tech Vendors and Bill Kutik

You’re welcome. If you’re an HR Tech Vendor and you’ve been paying attention to this blog, you know that I’ve been challenging the market to innovate in the wake of recent acquisition activity.  I truly believe that there is an opportunity for innovative HR Tech vendors to execute and become the next big thing in […]

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Salesforce.com Rattles Its Saber in the HCM Market

On September 22 I called your attention to what seemed like an obvious move for Salesforce.com in this post Today, salesforce.com (SFDC) announced it’s intent to acquire Rypple.  Rypple is a small Ontario, Canada based performance management vendor.  This is SFDC’s first formal move in the Human Capital Management (HCM) space.  But, in my opinion, […]

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HR Tech – Great Show – Great Noise

HR Tech is over.  Most of us have traveled back to our homes and offices.  Like every other consultant/analyst/blogger attending the show, I bring you my HR Tech debrief.  Mine is written from the Vendor Marketing/Sales/Messaging perspective.  You’re not going to get product analysis here… HR Tech lived up to it’s reputation as the premier […]

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HR Vendors Failing at Social Media

Five days (3 business days) until HR Tech kicks off.  You’re mailing it in at this point, right? For a group that makes their money convincing everyone that social media is fixing everything from recruiting to employee communications, they sure aren’t taking their own medicine. If you’ve been following along, you know that I’ve been […]

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Guess Who’s Buzzing About HRTech?

Six days (4 business days) until HR Tech kicks off.  Ready yet?  On auto-pilot? I’m indexing all of the buzz about HRTech.  Literally.  ALL OF THE BUZZ on the internet about HRTech.  I’ve been doing it since the end of August. The technology infrastructure we put in place allows me to look at all of […]

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Update: If Work Management is the Next Hot Trend, There Might Be A New Sheriff In Town

Seven days (5 business days) until HR Tech kicks off.  How did that happen? Since I originally posted this, two interesting things have happened.  The morning after I published Workday blogged that they intend to release an app built on salesforce.com’s platform.  (see the blog post here)  The bulk of the post is about their […]

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