Tech News Summary:
- Beamery introduced an AI-powered workforce planning solution that provides ongoing insights into talent development, hiring decisions, and upskilling workers.
- A report by Engagedly found that AI adoption in HR management is rapidly growing, improving productivity, decision-making, and employee experience.
- Other HR tech advancements include Factorial AI for streamlining operations, PowerSuite Next for Career Transition by Talent Solutions Right Management, and Happy People by Client Giant for driving employee engagement.
LONDON, UK – Beamery, the leading provider of talent management software, has unveiled a groundbreaking model that revolutionizes workforce planning. The Roundup Model is designed to help companies take a more strategic and proactive approach to talent acquisition, enabling them to identify, attract, and engage the right candidates at the right time.
The Roundup Model is a holistic approach to workforce planning that takes into account both the short-term and long-term needs of an organization. It provides a clear view of the company’s current talent pool and future talent needs, allowing HR leaders to make better-informed decisions about recruitment and retention.
“Traditional workforce planning models are often reactive and based on historical data, which can result in missed opportunities and talent shortfalls,” said Abakar Saidov, CEO of Beamery. “Our Roundup Model is designed to be proactive and future-focused, enabling companies to stay ahead of the curve and build the talent pool they need to succeed.”
The Roundup Model is powered by Beamery’s industry-leading AI and machine learning technology, which enables it to analyze large volumes of data and identify patterns and trends. It also uses data from multiple sources, including the company’s internal systems, social media platforms, and industry benchmarks, to provide a more comprehensive view of the talent landscape.
“By leveraging the power of AI and machine learning, we’re able to provide HR leaders with insights they’ve never had before,” said Saidov. “This allows them to make more informed decisions about their workforce and build a talent pipeline that’s tailored to their specific needs.”
The Roundup Model is already being used by some of the world’s leading companies, including McKesson, Continental, and Zalando. It has been praised for its ability to help companies take a more strategic approach to talent management and build a culture of continuous talent development.
“We’re thrilled to be able to offer this game-changing technology to our clients,” said Saidov. “The Roundup Model is a major step forward in the world of workforce planning, and we believe it will help companies unlock the full potential of their talent.”