Archive for the ‘ HR Tech ’ Category
Attrition is widely understood to be one of the major problems affecting organizations today. Losing employees has a many direct and indirect impacts across a company. Most companies today have understood the importance of reducing attrition and invest in reducing it. However, these methods do not always guarantee success, especially in organizations with a high […]
Automation Testing has established itself as a very critical component of SDLC cycle, and has taken the software industry by storm. According to Zion Market Research, the global test automation market was valued at approximately USD 15.87 billion in 2016, and is expected to reach approximately USD 54.98 billion by 2022, showing a staggering Compound […]
Over the last year, we have seen significant investments in AI capabilities made into companies with some or the other recruitment solution in the HR Tech industry. Based on the current trends, this is expected to increase in 2018, primarily in the area of automation workflows for candidate sourcing, and screening. Though this helps in […]
Automation is at the center of digital transformation in businesses. Particularly, businesses look to adopt disruptive technologies like RPA and AI. This infographic can help organizations get the most value out of these key technologies, by giving a clear picture about how these technologies work, what they do and what they don’t.
Introduction Long gone are the days when managers or recruiters had to read through every submitted resume or search candidates through LinkedIn, till the ideal match was found. As per Bersin by Deloitte, talent acquisition as an industry is estimated at $240billion and it is ever upgrading when it comes to adoption of new technologies. […]
As per HubSpot’s statistics, 79% of people would rather watch a video to learn about a concept, than read text on a page and 62% of businesses have an explainer video. There are many such statistic available which show that video is most consumed media and is becoming stronger with next upgradation that is Interactive […]
According to one of the articles in “The Verge”, 99% of the smartphones run on iOS or Android (https://www.theverge.com/2017/2/16/14634656/android-ios-market-share-blackberry-2016). When it comes to mobile app development, we are always looking for shorter development cycle, want to get the app out in the market as soon as possible. Android and iOS have very different codebases, and […]