Talentsoft, the European leader in cloud-based talent management and learning software, announces it has been selected in the Top 50 Europe’s Most Promising Startups by GP Bullhound, leading investment banking firm providing advice on mergers & acquisitions, capital raising and private placements in the technology sectors.
This recognition comes at the same time as the French government includes Talentsoft in the prestigious Next40 ranking, a new index listing the 40 tech startups and scale-ups with the potential to become world-class tech leaders. By joining this select group of companies, Talentsoft benefits from dedicated support from the French government on the international scene.
For the first half of 2019, Talentsoft has recorded 39% revenue growth, ahead of its objectives for the year. In addition, more than 110 new organizations have trusted Talentsoft worldwide to manage the development of their talents.
Talentsoft attributes this growth to:
With 90% of its customers being multinational – including Bourdon, Dorchester Collection, Safran and Unibail Rodamco – Talentsoft proves a deep expertise in transforming talent management and employee experience at a global level.
Announced as one of its priorities for 2019, Talentsoft is completing its IpaaS program – Integrated Platform as a Service – with the launch of its Marketplace.
Through its Marketplace, Talentsoft integrates with seamless collaborative experience, the best solutions available on the market, and provides organizations ways to accelerate the HR digital innovation.
In order to allow everyone to fulfill their potential and expand their career options, Talentsoft reinvents the way to involve employees and managers in talent management leveraging with a work experience platform.
To further this product vision, Talentsoft’s R&D teams – 250 employees – use artificial intelligence, machine learning and Microsoft tools – Graph data connect and Teams – to:
Organizations are looking for solutions that help them improve the employee experience and build effective teams. We work closely with our customers to co-create innovative solutions that meet these needs including the integration of Microsoft tools and the launch of our Marketplace. Our results of the first semester confirm our position as the European leader in human capital management and support our ambition to exceed €200 million revenues within 3 years
explains Jean-Stéphane Arcis, CEO and co-founder of Talentsoft.
Talentsoft has launched a massive recruitment plan for 2019 and has already recruited 200 employees to support its growth ambition and strengthen its R&D centre.