Saba recognised as leader in talent learning management solutions

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Written on 14 June 2016 in News
Saba, a global leader in cloud-based intelligent talent management solutions has been recognised by IDC as a Leader and Major Market Player.

The latest series of IDC Worldwide MarketScape reports evaluates the leading providers in Integrated Talent Management and praised the company for its learning platform used by organisations worldwide to hire, develop, and engage their people.

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Lisa Rowan, Research Vice President, HR, Talent, and Learning, IDC, said: "Saba's positioning as a leader and a major market player reflects its strong and satisfied global customer base, its well regarded product roadmap and its depth of capability." 
"Saba has also been out ahead of the curve on the use of advanced analytics and integration of social technology which it’s customers are using to transform their businesses.”
The system has six applications: Learning, Performance, Compensation, Succession, Recruiting, and Workforce Planning to cover the entire employee life cycle.
It also comes with an integrated set of solutions delivered via Saba Cloud, which delivers proactive, personalised recommendations on courses, candidates, compensation, career paths, and many other areas to help employees and organisations succeed.
Its suite of cloud-based talent management solutions are used by organisations worldwide to hire, develop, and engage their people. 
Saba’s VP Worldwide Marketing, Theresa Damatom said: ”Being recognised by IDC for our integrated talent management platform is a testament not just to the strength of Saba, but to the innovation of our diverse customer base, ranging from the world’s leading global brands to high-growth startups.
“Our customers continually inspire us to think differently about the new world of work, which helps us quickly identify new opportunities to innovate, and new ways learning and HR leaders can leverage Saba’s platform to engage, develop and inspire their people, advance their culture, gain critical organisational insight, and make a significant and measurable impact on their business.”


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