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Hireology Sweeps 2017 HRO Today Baker’s Dozen

Posted by Alan Dodaro on February 14, 2017

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Wins Include Two #1 Recognitions For Quality Of Service & Overall Service Provider

 

We’re excited to share the results from the 2017 HRO Today Baker’s Dozen award, recognizing leaders in talent management technology.

 

Hireology has been recognized on the list for the past 5 years – including as the #1 leader in Quality of Service each year we’ve applied. In addition to this incredible win, Hireology has also been recognized as the overall #1 Service Provider for the past four consecutive years.

 

These wins are tremendous for Hireology as they demonstrate the value we provide to our customer. Each award comes directly from survey responses from actual customers using each talent solution. Like previous HRO magazine surveys, we’ve faced fierce opposition: beating out other HR software and staffing leaders such as CareerBuilder, iCIMS, JazzHR, and WorkDay for the coveted #1 spot in each category.

 

In addition to the recognition as the #1 Quality of Service and #1 Service Provider awards, Hireology has had an incredibly busy start to 2017. In January, we debuted our new Payroll integration with Netchex, allowing customers a true unified human capital management platform, as well as a substantial upgrade to our Catalyst career site suite that helps businesses develop an online employment brand.

 

See why we’re recognized as the best-in-class talent management technology by reading our free eBook, “The 9 Elements of a Well-Oiled Hiring Process.”


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Alan Dodaro

About the Author

Alan is the content and product marketing manager, responsible for educating Hireology customers on new product features and platform best practices. He brings experience from previous startup and digital agency roles. Before beginning his career, Alan attended the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, with a major in advertising and a minor in library information science.