WALLDORF — For the third year in a row, SuccessFactors, an SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) company, has been positioned in the Leaders quadrant of Gartner, Inc.’s “Magic Quadrant for Talent Management Suites (TMS).”*
The report evaluated cloud-based HR solutions and recognized SuccessFactors as a leading provider of talent management software based on its “ability to execute” and “completeness of vision.” The Magic Quadrant assesses the market for talent management suites, which help enterprises manage the key workforce processes of plan to source, acquire to onboard, perform to reward and assess to develop.
According to the report, Leaders demonstrate a market-defining vision of how TM technology can help HR leaders achieve business objectives. Leaders have the ability to execute against that vision through products and services, and have demonstrated solid business results in the form of revenue and earnings. In the TM suite market, Leaders show a consistent ability to win broad suite deals. They have significant successful customer deployments in North America, EMEA and the Asia/Pacific region in a wide variety of vertical industries and with multiple proof points. Leaders are often what other providers in the market measure themselves against.
Faced with global expansion and the complexities of engaging a multigenerational workforce, companies need the right strategies and solutions to stay competitive. SuccessFactors helps companies of all sizes build a world-class HR team to meet these demands on a global scale by leveraging its best-in-class solutions across the integrated talent management portfolio, including SAP SuccessFactors Performance & Goals, SAP SuccessFactors Learning, SAP SuccessFactors Workforce Analytics and SAP SuccessFactors Workforce Planning.
“Today’s HR leaders are looking to talent management technology to help support their company’s competitive advantage – their people,” said Mike Ettling, president, HR Line of Business at SuccessFactors. “We believe being named a leader in Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant for Talent Management Suites for the third year in a row validates our commitment to delivering world-class HR solutions to our customers, and it also helps HR leaders make an informed choice as they look to make a business case for transformation.”
To learn more, download the report here. For more information, visit the SAP News Center. Follow SuccessFactors and SAP on Twitter at @successfactors and @sapnews.
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*Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Talent Management Suites” by Yvette Cameron, Jeff Freyermuth, Ron Hanscome and Helen Poitevin, August 2015
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