Talentsoft Named Leader in the New Talent Acquisition Value Matrix from Nucleus Research

10-27-2020

After being recognized as a Leader in the Talent Management Value Matrix, Talentsoft has also been named a Leader in the Talent Acquisition Value Matrix

In its first year, the Talent Acquisition Value Matrix evaluates vendors based on the analysis of end-user experience, particularity the key drivers of usability and functionality. Together with Nucleus Research’s assessment of vendor investments, roadmaps, and customers’ expectations, organizations can identify the vendors that will give them the great return for their environment.

Nucleus Research highlighted Talentsoft’s multi-channel recruitment capabilities that maximize the chances of finding the right candidate, including agency portals, Talentsoft CRM, and a gamified referral mobile app. The analyst firm also noted Talentsoft’s AI and automation features such as Recruiting Match and Smart Assistant that empower recruiters to make accurate decisions and optimize their processes.

“In this year’s Talent Acquisition Value Matrix, Talentsoft has shown that they are a leader with strong usability and functionality,” said Evelyn McMullen, Research Analyst at Nucleus Research. “Talentsoft has shown innovation in its talent acquisition solutions, from recruiting to internal mobility to onboarding, that help organizations maximize ROI, ensure quicker deployment and better user adoption. Ultimately, this combination of functionality and usability allows clients to unlock the power of every talent and shape tomorrow’s workforce.”

Read the in-depth analysis in the full report here.

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Nucleus Research is a global provider of investigative, case-based technology research and advisory services. The company’s ROI-focused research approach provides unique insight into the actual results technology solutions deliver, allowing organizations to cut through marketing hype to understand real operational value and select or renew the best technology solution for their environment. For more information, visit NucleusResearch.com