Survale Recognized as Major Contender in Recent Employee Experience Management (EXM) Platform Research

Award winning talent feedback platform, Survale, announced their recognition as a Major Contender within the Everest Group’s EXM Platform Peak Matrix Assessment.

Everest Group analyzed seventeen of the leading Employee Experience Management Platforms using eight different dimensions of Market Impact and Vision/Capability. The exhaustive process included a comprehensive RFI, as well as interviews and demonstrations of Survale’s talent feedback platform.

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Already the leading candidate experience management solution, Survale has been penetrating the EXM market and the designation as a major contender proves their value. Survale’s combination of leading pre-hire experience management with onboarding and employee experience management make them a attractive vendor in the category.

“Survale is proud to be recognized as a Major Contender in the Employee Experience Management market,” said Jason Moreau, Co-Founder and CEO of Survale. “Our client list, combined with our unique combination of “Always On” automation and integration of pre-hire candidate experience management supports that recognition.”

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Survale’s talent feedback platform was purpose-built for HR. It connects to core HR systems and automatically gathers feedback from an organization’s employees and potential employees after key transactions, as well as and on a timed basis. This enables employers to optimize their talent processes, programs and technologies to maximize candidate and employee experience

Employee Experience Management (EXM) platforms can help various enterprise stakeholders, including senior leaders, HR business partners, and team managers, measure employee experience and provide them the tools to take quick actions based on data-generated insights.

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