Taleo Corp., a leading provider of on-demand talent management solutions, yesterday highlighted its “unmatched momentum” in the small and mid-sized business markets leveraged by the Taleo Business Edition.
The company added more than 900 new customers in 2010, shattering its previous record with a 50-percent increase over the previous year. The company attributes the increase in sales to demand from smaller businesses seeking talent management solutions, something that previously only sought out by Enterprise-level organizations.
“With Taleo, we went from a chaotic mess of incoming online applications to a well-organized and efficient system for managing, organizing and searching through applicants and resumes,” Courtney M. Meyer, human resources manager KeyLime Cove Indoor Waterpark Resort stated in a press release. “Taleo allows us the flexibility to customize our application content and process to our unique culture and specific job needs. The implementation was seamless and their customer support is timely, efficient and satisfying. We can’t imagine the process without the Taleo system.”
The company’s new product offerings in 2010, paired with the acquisition of Learn.com, spurred Taleo’s growth, extending its reach in the healthcare, retail, hospitality, entertainment, public sector and manufacturing markets.
“Small and mid-sized employers are at the heart of the economic recovery, and they realize their future success depends primarily on employees—their biggest investment,” Michael Boese, senior vice president of SMB and Talent Grid at Taleo stated. “Taleo Business Edition is leaving the competition behind because we’re not only helping our customers build the right foundation for managing today’s talent, but also plan ahead for continued success.”
New 2010 customers included ARMA Global, Chesapeake Government Health Services, Chicago Public Media, Coveo Solutions, Cycling Sports Group, Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home in Nebraska, KeyLime Cove Waterpark Resort and Spa (Gurnee Waterpark, LLC), Perisher Ski Resort, The Boys & Girls Club of Scottsdale, The Country Vintner, Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation, among others.
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