Peoplefluent Increases New Bookings By 30 Percent in 2011…from Peoplefluent

 

Company Achieves Record Q4 Fueled by Visionary iPad and Gamification Strategy

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Peoplefluent™, offering a unique combination of best-of-breed mobile and SaaS suite solutions for Total Talent Management, today reported a 30 percent increase in net new annual recurring revenue (ARR) bookings across the full Talent Management suite. In addition, the company indicated that it had achieved a record-breaking fourth quarter in new bookings, fueled in part by customer interest in the Company’s visionary iPad and gamification products and strategy, launched in the fall of 2011.

“We are proud of our accelerating organic growth and especially encouraged by the customer endorsement of our strategy that underlies this performance. Peoplefluent has been focused on building and delivering innovative solutions that will unite people and Talent Management processes in exciting ways:  by enabling and encouraging learning, collaboration, analytics and best decision making practices for the enterprise. The execution of this strategy began last year with our collaborative mobile and gaming launches and continued earlier this week with our Learning Solutions acquisition,” said Charles S. Jones, Chairman and CEO of Peoplefluent. “We are focused not simply on HR processes – such as performance evaluation – but more importantly, on enterprise-wide performance improvement and the adoption of new skills and outcomes through an engaging experience with mobile and gaming technologies. With these initiatives, and additional developments near on our horizon, we intend to transform the ways in which businesses use traditional Talent Management applications to build productive, united and engaged professional communities.”

Today’s news follows the announcement earlier this week of Peoplefluent’s acquisition of Strategia, a Canadian-based Learning Management solutions company with award-winning technology and functionality, a modern SaaS platform, a highly recognized customer base and exceptional customer satisfaction. With this acquisition, Peoplefluent added a key Learning component to its Talent Management portfolio. The Company now delivers the broadest Talent Management experience and capability, and offers the deepest integrated functionality and reporting available in a single unified and integrated offering.

Mr. Jones concluded, “Peoplefluent’s dedication to innovation will not cease. We are endlessly committed to delivering compelling business solutions to our customers, to help them increase the productivity and engagement of their workforces while extending the life and value of their existing systems.”

To learn more about Peoplefluent, please visit www.peoplefluent.com

To learn more about HRchitect’s expertise in HR technology strategy, selection and implementation services, and how HRchitect can help your organization, please visit www.HRchitect.com

 

 
Matt Lafata, HRchitect

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