At its third-annual HR Redefined conference, Namely, a leading HR platform for mid-sized companies, announced it reached more than 1,300 companies now running their people operations on the Namely platform. These organizations employ approximately 250,000 people in 134 countries and all 50 U.S. states and seven territories.
Namely’s client base now includes a broad range of fast-growing businesses in nearly every industry, including companies like ActiveCampaign, Acorns, Drift, EatStreet, Life is Good, Mizzen + Main, OneLogin, Peerfit, SiriusDecisions, and The Motley Fool, as well as Namely partners such as Jobvite, JazzHR, and Greenhouse. Together, these mid-sized organizations use Namely to manage billions of dollars in payroll, with growth of 300 percent since the first HR Redefined conference in 2017.
While Zoho is predominantly known as a CRM provider, its ever-growing list of applications brings a wide range of functionality to businesses of all sizes. Zoho People, for example, which launched in 2007, combines all of your HR software needs into an all-in-one platform that makes it easy for employees and managers to keep track of everyday schedules, roles, and more.
In addition to all the HR basics you’d expect from software like Zoho People, it also comes with a wide range of additional features that make human resources much simpler. You’ll be able to track, manage, and customize every aspect of your company’s HR department, informing current practices and future decisions.
The human resources departments of different organizations have a lot of information and people to manage. The best way to do it effectively would be to use technology.
Several softwares and algorithms have proven to be appreciable aids for HR professionals. Six of them are:
Global employee engagement company, Reward Gateway has announced a partnership with BambooHR, a leading HR software provider for small and medium-sized businesses. The collaboration will integrate BambooHR’s Human Resource Information System (HRIS), which serves more than 13,000 customers and supports more than 1 million employees, with Reward Gateway’s Employee Engagement Platform, which is trusted by over 1,800 clients.
Now more than ever, HR departments are relying on apps and other technology to improve processes and streamline payroll, onboarding, benefits administration and other tasks. That’s good news for HR tech companies, which continue to grow rapidly.
But which apps are HR professionals turning to the most?
For the answer, cloud identity management company Okta reviewed deployment data of its 5,600 customers on more than 5,500 app integrations. Customer deployments are the number of Okta clients who are using the app and the number of active unique users who have logged into the app via Okta at least one time in the past 30 days, a spokesperson for the company says. It reviewed data between Nov. 1, 2017 and Oct, 31, 2018.