New Technology Expands Its Employee Engagement Technology and Program Reach
FORT WORTH, Texas — (Oct. 12, 2015) Inspirus, an HR technology company focused on employee engagement, plans to unveil a new comprehensive employee engagement platform at the HR Technology® Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas, which runs from Oct. 18 to 21. Inspirus representatives will demonstrate the new platform at booth 2635.
The consolidated solution brings together employee recognition, global rewards, casual learning, well-being, safety, surveys and assessments, and community under a single technology umbrella — a first for the industry.
Inspirus recently announced the addition of learning to its offerings that affect employee engagement outcomes. The new capabilities were made possible by acquiring Wavicle, a next-generation learning technology company in New York.
The Wavicle acquisition positioned Inspirus to expand its employee engagement technology and program reach, giving it the ability to take engagement a step further.
“The time has come for a solution that brings together all of these HR components to deliver an unprecedented solution that drives employee engagement,” said Pete Chambers, Inspirus chairman and chief executive officer. “We plan on making a major impact on our industry. This is exactly what people have been talking about for some time — a platform that ties it all together and moves employee engagement to the forefront for business leaders.”
Inspirus, known for its leading rewards and recognition programs, expects its new employee engagement platform to disrupt the notions about what drives employee engagement. The new platform aims to change the perceptions of existing engagement solutions and their impact on the business.
“This new platform will drive engagement beyond recognition and help bring joy to work, one experience at a time,” said Scott Shibley, Inspirus executive vice president of sales and marketing. “We think it’s time to offer a platform that can help organizations manage a comprehensive spectrum of engagement activities in one place.”
Topics: wellness, community, well-being, mobile-centric learning, rewards and recognition, learning, employee engagement, safety, surveys, global rewards, technology, human resources (HR), engagement technology