Here's what people are saying about how Ascendify is evolving the modern workforce.
Companies like Ascendify help major corporations like GE, and Cisco find talent and hire them faster using machine-learning and artificial intelligence to compile data and predict best fits for specific roles and advance high performers faster.
Ascendify CEO Matt Hendrickson speaks with PAFOW's Al Adamsen about how AI, people analytics and machine learning are now defining the future of work, and are becoming essential tools for forward-looking HR leaders.
Offering employees intelligent and consistent feedback, guidance and opportunity is something talent management professionals of the past had to quickly dismiss as “wonderful, but unrealistic.” Not any longer.
Ascendify's Jay Hinman writes about how getting to better know your employees via capability assessments and talent matching can go a long, long way toward retaining them.
If you're accustomed to hearing the terms artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning mentioned in the same breath as flying cars or living on other planets, you're due for a wake-up call.
Ascendify CEO Matt Hendrickson discusses how intelligent people planning and machine learning drive the future of work, in this 30-minute podcast interview.
Ascendify's Matt Hendrickson and a CEO roundtable discuss how leaders who play it safe will be putting themselves and their companies at risk in 2018.
The gig economy can actually thrive inside large enterprises, says Ascendify's Matt Hendrickson in this new piece. Here's how to use data & machine learning to intelligently support employees.
San Francisco company Ascendify counts GE, Cisco, Disney, Deloitte and Panasonic among its customers — and it’s done it all on some $11 million in funding.
New AI-driven platforms assist HR executives with functions that begin with recruiting, follow the employee through their time with the company and end with offboarding.
Ascendify’s platform is built on an “intelligent data layer” that leverages predictive analytics and augmented decision-making to help organizations locate and hire the right staff.
IDC has published the first-ever assessment for standalone talent acquisition suite vendors that manage a minimum of 10,000 job requisitions annually.
Recruiting and Talent Management software is an incredibly crowded and competitive market, but also one where customers are feeling a lot of pain. Canaan Partners’ Deepak Kamra takes a look.
Our CEO, Matt, goes live on Fox Business News to talk about how talent communities are changing the way companies like Zappos, Mount Sinai and GE recruit top talent.