Panalyt Wins HR Technology Excellence Award for People Analytics

HR Analytics drives reduced attrition, optimized recruitment, higher employee engagement, and improved productivity


The leader in People Enhanced Data, Panalyt, is excited to announce today that it has been named the 2020 Excellence Award winner in the Analytics Service Category at the 5th annual HR Technology Awards sponsored by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry on 31st July 2020. It was recognized among the worldwide field of top HR Technology providers for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of HR Analytics.

The HR Technology Awards was established in 2016. In its fifth year, it set the goal of contributing to the evolution and development of the HR Technology field by commending the outstanding efforts in HR Technology and Analytics.

Co-founder and CEO of Panalyt, Daniel J West said “It is an honor to be recognized as a People Analytics technology innovation leader in the HR Technology space by HRPro. This honor is a testament to the hard work of everyone in Panalyt. I’m humbled to get this recognition and help businesses bridge their People Data Gap by pulling people-enhanced data from across systems, integrating it, and presenting in clear, reports, intuitive dashboards, and presentations like other business reports. This leads to diminished attrition, optimized recruitment, higher employee engagement, and improved productivity.”

In total, 62 case studies were submitted and the judging committee, comprised of academics and industry luminaries, conducted strict screening to decide the winners. The award ceremony will be held on September 2, 2020, in an online format in light of the COVID-19 situation.

HRPro said in an issued statement that “Amid rapid changes in the economic environment, declining birthrate and maturing population, and rapid globalization, as well as constant environmental changes like the outbreak of new coronavirus infections, corporate personnel not only catches up with environmental changes but also takes the initiative. We need to be the actors that drive change. Also, from the perspective of contributing to the business, HR departments are required to become business partners of business departments.”

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Tanvi Tirthani
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