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 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.”

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The companies selected to present product demonstrations are:


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, 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.


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

Michael J. O’Brien is former web editor with Human Resource Executive®.

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