Survale achieves over 50% revenue growth, launches new prescriptive analytics and wins HR Executive Magazine Top HR Product Award and a Brandon Hall Gold Award for Excellence in Candidate Experience Management
Award winning talent feedback platform, Survale, announced another year of strong growth and industry accolades to close out a dynamic 2021.
The only purpose-built, pre-hire to retire talent experience platform, Survale, experienced unprecedented demand for its candidate experience module for optimizing the recruiting function and gained additional traction in onboarding and employee experience modules.
2021 Survale highlights include:
- Over 50% Year-Over-Year (YOY) revenue growth
- HR Executive Magazine Top HR Product Award
- Brandon Hall Group Technology Award for Excellence
- Increasing interest in the platform’s employee experience solutions
- New SurvaleStart module that engages and gathers feedback from new hires between “offer accepted” and “day one.”
- Beta release of a new Talent Impact Dashboard that prescriptively signals where organizations are falling short in their talent experiences
- Collected nearly 4 Million survey responses
Survale’s Talent Feedback Platform integrates with core HR systems like ATS and HRMS to automatically gather feedback from candidates and employees after key transactions or “moments of truth” in the talent lifecycle. Survale’s analytics map qualitative feedback to operational data allowing organizations to optimize their hiring processes, candidate experience, quality of hire, training, employee satisfaction, and employee experience for virtually all talent facing programs.
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As the only purpose built solution for “hello to hire to retire” talent experience management, Survale gathers experiential feedback automatically in the background in real time. Feedback requests are triggered by the core system and the platform provides organizations vital talent intelligence for all talent facing programs within a single interface.
“Our beach head for enterprise adoption has always started with the recruiting function and expanded from there,” said Jason Moreau, co-founder and CEO of Survale. “In the face of confusing talent shortages and previously unheard of disruptions, Survale has helped hundreds of recruiting organizations understand today’s unprecedented hiring challenges by getting real time insights from job seekers, recruiters and hiring managers.”
For 2022, Survale is focused on expanding their prescriptive Talent Impact Metrics, both within the Talent Impact dashboard and throughout the system.
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