Investment in technology has been top of the mind for several talent and business leaders, especially as the pandemic fueled the need to enhance digital capabilities of organizations and the workforce. But what technology should a firm invest in? What are the latest HR technology firms offering? Does that serve your business and people needs? There’s only one way to find out - People Matters TechHR India Startup Program 2021.
The Startup Program is back with a host of emerging HR tech trailblazers, all set to unravel innovation and pave the way for digital HR. We introduced to you some of the game changing HR tech startups participating in TechHR India Startup Program 2021 earlier this month. Here’s the next batch of enthusiastic startups joining the brigade:
Launched in: 2020
Headquarters : Mumbai, India
Founded by Omkar Pandharkame, Ketaki Ogale, Vihang Mirkhelkar, BHyve is a future of work technology helping corporations to make employee wisdom more accessible.
Through effective Tacit Knowledge Management and Peer Learning, BHyve directly enhances workplace productivity, employee engagement, well-being, and drives better business results for the organization.
Launched in: 2018
Headquarters: Hong Kong SAR
Founded by WUN HAU SZE (Agnes) and Dr. LEE HAI XIANG (Dennis), Neufast is an AI-powered multi-lingual video interviewing platform with virtual competency-based talent assessment report based on I/O psychology and machine learning with Neufast Interview iPhone mobile app
Launched in: 2019
Headquarters: Tallinn, Estonia
Founded by Taavi Toots, Artur Käpp and Britt Velling, Guava HR gives its customers more time and knowledge to take care of their employees by digitalizing HR processes into employee app. The startup focuses on employee communications, employee engagement and digital employee experience areas.
Their customers are companies with lots of frontline employees from industries like production, logistics, wholesale-retail or hospitality.
Launched in: 2018
Headquarters: Jakarta, Indonesia
Founded by Andreas Prakoso and Mohamad Armaan Akbany, Shortlyst empowers recruiters with Big-Data (over 550M talent profiles) and AI-powered recommendation engine to source talents at the click of a button. Furthermore their automation tools allow a recruiter to efficiently connect and develop relationships with prospective candidates.
The worktech paradigm is evolving at an unprecedented pace. Are you keeping pace with the progress? Join us at the Conference and explore the latest in the world of worktech, investment, mentorship and everything in between.
To register for the People Matters TechHR India Startup Program from 4th to 6th Aug, click here.