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You can check out these 6 new HR technologies at HR Tech this year

Here's your chance to see what major HR technology solutions providers have developed over the last year.
By: | September 18, 2019 • 2 min read
Six new HR technologies will be on display at the upcoming HR Tech Conference in Las Vegas.

Six new HR technology solutions—including human capital management, payroll and analytics solutions—have been chosen to be presented during the fast-paced and popular Awesome New Technologies for HR session at next month’s HR Technology Conference & Exposition® in Las Vegas.

The conference will take place Oct. 1-4 at The Venetian. The hour-long session Awesome New Technologies for HR will begin at 4:15 p.m. Oct. 3.

Steve Boese is conference chair of the HR Technology Conference & Exposition.

“This session is where you get to see what major HR technology solutions providers have developed over the last year,” conference co-chair Steve Boese said in announcing the products chosen from among all those submitted. “These are innovations that are driving the market and the future of work forward. It’s a great perspective on the vendors ready to be your HR tech partners in success.”

RELATED: Click HERE to read about the 80-plus exhibitors debuting new products at HR Tech.

The companies selected to present product demonstrations are:

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ADP – NextGen HCM, ADP’s next-generation of Human Capital Management software, provides a personalized experience by deconstructing the traditional one-size-fits-all, monolithic systems into a number of lightweight, discrete, function-specific mini-apps on a company, team or individual basis.

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AllyO – AI-powered AllyO Pulse uses deep workflow automation to engage employees in a text-based conversation—from entrance to exit. HR leaders then use sentiment analytics to drive organizational improvements.

Capacity – The CEO of Capacity, a recent rebrand of Jane.ai, will demo how automation meets the HR function and transforms the way teams do their best work.

iCIMS – Delivered through iCIMS Advanced Communications Suite, iCIMS chat-based online Virtual Career Fairs enable employees to centrally manage the branding, sourcing, candidate and conversation capture of events.

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Paychex – With a newly enhanced grid entry view, Paychex Flex® makes payroll and HR simple and flexible. It offers multiple pay entry options within a single platform and is integrated with Paychex’s suite of solutions – including payroll, HR, time and attendance, benefits, and insurance.

Paycom – Helping to accelerate a company’s digital transformation, Paycom’s Direct Data Exchange is a comprehensive analytics tool for employers that provides real-time insights into trends and efficiencies gained through employee usage of HR tech.

Often standing-room-only, this mega-session is accessible to attendees with a premium pass registration. For details, visit HRTechConference.com.

Web Editor Michael J. O’Brien has been with HRE for more than a decade and holds a degree in economics from Boston College. He can be reached at [email protected]

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