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    Monday
    May182009

    Steve's Second HR Technology Interview - Stuart Agtsteribbe

    The second installment in the HR Technology interview series for my upcoming HR Technology Class was recorded last week, and I was very pleased to have as my guest Stuart Agtsteribbe from Taleo Corporation.

    Stuart is a regional sales manager for Taleo, and has had prior experience with several other major HR Technology vendors.

    Stuart and I briefly discussed Taleo, what some of the important considerations are for an organization that is evaluating Applicant Tracking Systems, and what some of the latest trends are in both the ATS space, and what changes and trends he is seeing in customer requirements and expectations.

    We then spent some time discussing the concepts around Integrated Talent Management suites and the challenges facing organizations and vendors with Integrated Talent Management deployment. We talked a bit about SaaS and it was interesting to hear that Stuart felt that the traditional concerns with SaaS deployments are becoming less and less strident, and that SaaS is close to becoming the 'de facto' standard for HR Technology deployments.

    The link to the full interview (about 35 minutes or so), is here and you can listen using the widget below:

    It was a really great conversation on ATS and Talent Management and it really sheds some light on what is going on in the market and in the minds of organizations that are evaluating HR Technology solutions.

    Thanks very much to Stuart for participating and agreeing to help me and my HR Technology Class, it was really good of you.

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