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Pivot Software highly-rated technology solution in Australia

Pivot Software amongst top rated HR technology solutions in Australia

Independent research from Navigo confirms Pivot’s leadership position in remuneration and performance management solutions

Christchurch, 19th August 2014 - The recently released 4th Australian HR Technology report from Navigo Research named Pivot’s remuneration solutions as the number one most adopted solutions in Australia.

The report reveals companies of all sizes moving towards cloud-based best of breed solutions for managing HR processes and Pivot solutions found favour with HR teams across industries.

“We are delighted that in this independent research Pivot solutions have emerged as amongst the most adopted technology solutions for HR teams in Australia. We’re very grateful to our customers who’ve rated our remuneration and performance management systems among the best in the industry”, says Philippa Youngman, Managing Director of Pivot Software.

The Navigo report is 4th in the series of annual reports that focus on the role and adoption of technology in HR. The current edition is based on a survey of 288 organisations representing over half a million employees across Australia.

“The trends around technology adoption in HR are very encouraging with a significant uptake in Software-as-a-service based best of breed solutions. However, there is still a long way to go as the report reveals there are still many teams that rely on rudimentary tools like spreadsheets for some critical HR processes”, Philippa says.

About Pivot Software
Pivot Software provides Talent Management software solutions that enable organisations to improve the effectiveness of key processes like remuneration and performance management. We enable our clients to improve their control over the complex and often emotional human resource processes. We are human resource professionals who understand how well-managed Talent Management processes contribute to employee engagement. Pivot software solutions are used by organisations with workforces ranging from 400 to more than 6000 in sectors like banking, insurance, utilities, retail and government.

Delivered as software-as-a-service, our solutions are configured to your needs and fit with any corporate IT infrastructure.

www.pivotsoftware.com

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