PeopleStreme, provider of Human Capital software solutions has reported year on year revenue growth of 30% to 31st December 2009. By comparison, growth in the human capital management sector was reported at between 3-5% by leading vendors in the US.
Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) February 4, 2010 -- Lyle Potgieter CEO of PeopleStreme cited several factors for the growth primarily the appetite for Performance Management, Talent Management and Employee Engagement. “Organisations have got two problems, the first being getting their people productive, the second looking after their top talent. Both needs require systems and know how and industrial age paper shuffling systems don’t cut it anymore."
Peter Vlant, COO of PeopleStreme commented “The future of work has changed, employee engagement does not happen by command and control any more. After the Global Financial Crisis, employees need more clarity under pressure of higher expectations from their manager. They want to know exactly what their objectives are, what their role is and how they can help the organisation. They want to know what their future will look like if they really go out of their way to deliver high performance”. This is driving demand for Performance and Talent Management systems.
For more information and videos on Talent and Performance Management please visit : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzCQ219bxl8
PeopleStreme Human Capital is a global provider of Human Capital Management systems with a blue chip client base including Fortune 500, global corporations, not for profit and federal through to local government clients around the world. The business was formed in 2001 and develops, owns and distributes its own software. PeopleStreme specialises in cutting edge technologies, coupled with deployment from the CEO to the executive team, managers and workers, to ensure best fit solutions for it's clients within as little as fourteen days from order.
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