Leading organizations in India use IBM's solution for improving efficiency

Nov 26 2013, 18:26 IST
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IBM’s Smarter Workforce initiatives includes it's 2012 $1.3 billion acquisition of Kenexa’s talent management, recruitment, compensation, engagement, leadership and assessment offerings. Reuters IBM’s Smarter Workforce initiatives includes it's 2012 $1.3 billion acquisition of Kenexa’s talent management, recruitment, compensation, engagement, leadership and assessment offerings. Reuters
Summary70 pct of CEOs cite human capital as the single biggest contributor to sustained economic value, says IBM study.

IBM today announced that three leading Indian organizations – Bharti Airtel, HCL and Tata Motors are using it's cloud based talent management software to improve productivity and efficiency and for driving business results.

According to a recent global IBM study, 70% of CEOs cite human capital as the single biggest contributor to sustained economic value. By combining industry leading social business and analytics capabilities with the human capital management offerings, IBM provides organizations with cloud-based capabilities that allow them to capture and analyze data shared by employees. With this information businesses can empower talent, manage expertise and optimize people-centric processes, which ultimately allow them to be more competitive.

"IBM is uniquely positioned to help organizations capture information, create insights and generate interactions that translate into real business value,” said Anmol Nautiyal, Director, Smarter Workforce, IBM India and South Asia.

By marrying powerful social and talent management offerings in the cloud, organizations can attract, develop and inspire their employees, which in the end help to ensure their growth and long-term business success,” he added.

IBM’s Smarter Workforce initiatives includes it's 2012 $1.3 billion acquisition of Kenexa’s talent management, recruitment, compensation, engagement, leadership and assessment offerings.

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