Combining the world’s leading authority and consultancy on Employee Engagement and OKRs with Hirebook’s innovative enterprise Employee Engagement and OKR platform will create the first management operating system for a modern post-Covid world.
Hirebook Technologies is an international provider of strategy execution software with locations in the US, Latin America and Europe. Pm2 Consulting, Brett Knowles is the leading global authority in strategy execution and performance management that he developed with Professors at Harvard University to build the first scorecard system.
Upon their merger, customers include transnational corporations including Boeing, Nike, Activision, Qualcomm, Gogo Inflight Internet, and IBM, as well as public sector organizations including the IRS, the City of New York, the State of California, and the Miami-Dade School Board. The joint customer list totals over 5,000 organizations of all sizes, across all sectors and from around the world.
“My team and I are thrilled to be joining Hirebook to deliver seamlessly integrated professional services and effective strategy-to-execution tools to help customers thrive in these turbulent times,” said Hirebook CEO, Brett Knowles.
“Pairing the deep technical software development, data and machine learning expertise of the Hirebook team with the expert knowledge and thought leadership of Brett Knowles and his team is creating the first operating system for data driven management.” Says Thomas Cornelius, Partner at Brainware Ventures.
Qualcomm, the global leader in the development and commercialization of foundational technologies for the wireless industry, is currently working with Hirebook and its combined platform.
The merged enterprise, operating under Hirebook with Brett Knowles leading as its Chief Executive Officer, provides customers with end-to-end strategy execution delivered through its market-leading software platform and expert staff. The combination has created the first management operating system for the post-Covid aera, equally enabling people and organizations to thrive in an all-digital world as part of their work commitment to each other.