- Start-up Recognized for Its People Analytics and Predictive Hiring Tools
Crosschq, pioneers of the Talent Intelligence Cloud powering a revolution in data-driven hiring and people analytics, announced its inclusion on the Tri-Valley Leadership (ITV) Group’s #GameChanger award 2022 list.
“The #GameChangers Awards recognizes innovators who are making groundbreaking changes in the world from this regional epicenter of solutions,” says Lynn Naylor, CEO of ITV. “We were thrilled to include Crosschq in this incredible group of emerging leaders who are driving the Tri-Valley economy.”
This year’s winners came from a range of industries, from micromobility and artificial perception to sustainable farming and more. In addition to Crosschq, the ten other companies making the list include three unicorn start-ups – AEye, Tekion, and Vagaro – as well as Acton, BoxMedia, IrisVision, Monarch Tractor, Raydiant Oximetry, Striking Distance Studios. All winners were honored earlier this month at the awards ceremony in Pleasanton, CA.
“The Town of Danville nominated Crosschq for being a pioneer in their field,” said Jill Bergman, Business and Economic Development Director, Town of Danville. “They are headquartered in the heart of Danville and as the recipient of a #GameChanger award, they are recognized as emerging leaders in the region and beyond.”
The Tri-Valley, a confluence of three valleys geographically positioned in the center of the Northern CA Megaregion, established itself nearly 70 years ago as an early pioneer in the science and tech ecosystem as it is home to two national research laboratories, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories. More than 450 tech companies call the Tri-Valley home and currently drive a $42B GDP for the region.
“It’s an honor to be named a Tri-Valley #GameChanger,” said Michael Fitzsimmons, CEO of Crosschq. “To be listed among so many incredible innovators is huge.”
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