SOURCE: Peoplefluent


June 30, 2011 15:00 ET

Peoplefluent Appoints Neal Bruce VP Product Management

Eighteen-Year Monster Worldwide and First Advantage Executive Brings Deep Market Expertise, Proven Product Vision and Talent Industry Thought Leadership to Company

RALEIGH, NC and WALTHAM, MA--(Marketwire - Jun 30, 2011) - Peoplefluent™, formerly Peopleclick Authoria, offering a unique combination of best-of-breed suite solutions for Talent Management, Vendor Management and Workforce Compliance and Diversity, today announced the appointment of Neal Bruce as the new Vice President of Product Management for Talent Management Suite. In this role, Bruce, a longtime proven veteran with executive roles in operations, sales, marketing and product management at First Advantage and Monster Worldwide, will be responsible for driving the product strategy, roadmap, schedule and vision for the company's Talent Management Suite. His purview will include the Company's breakout Talent on the Move mobile line, which received strong industry acclaim during its launch earlier this week. (See Company's Talent on the Move June 27, 2011 press release and industry analyst reviews).

"Neal brings more than 18 years of deep market expertise, proven product vision and Talent industry thought leadership to Peoplefluent's Talent Management SaaS and mobile Talent Management product suite," said Charles Jones, Chairman and CEO of Peoplefluent. "We are focused on innovating new and powerful products designed to help our customers amplify the contribution and emotional connection of each member of their teams through the most engaging and immediate technology in the market. Neal will play an integral role in developing and driving customer-centric solutions that help our clients address the total workforce and align talent management strategies with their overarching business goals."

Prior to joining Peoplefluent, Bruce served as the senior vice president of Product at First Advantage where he was responsible for overseeing a broad set of human capital management product offerings. He has also held several senior management roles for Monster Worldwide, including Vice President of Global Innovation, Vice President of Alliances, and director of Enterprise Products & Alliances. Earlier in his career, Bruce spent more than 11 years in Human Resources progressive staffing roles from recruiting manager to director of Global Staffing, including leadership positions at Parametric Technology where he managed global staffing, and at Ernst & Young where he served on a management team directing the worldwide MBA recruitment program.

Commenting on his new position, Neal Bruce said, "I am very excited to be driving the product management agenda for the industry's broadest and deepest integrated Talent Management suite. Thinking about these products in conjunction with each other, rather than in silos, enables Peoplefluent's undeniable leadership in workforce analytics. This is an incredibly exciting time to be joining Peoplefluent. The innovation, momentum and inspiration are palpable, and I am delighted to be on this driven team and on this winning trajectory."

About Peoplefluent
Peoplefluent is transforming Talent Management through best-of-breed technology and expertise. With a deep focus on business intelligence and analytics, the Company's mobile and SaaS technology gives clients the actionable insight required to make strategic decisions that drive better business results. Nearly 80 percent of the Fortune 100 use Peoplefluent Talent Management, Vendor Management and Workforce Compliance and Diversity solutions to manage salaried, hourly and contingent labor across their organization. These solutions manage the entire talent lifecycle from recruiting to on-boarding and through the ongoing management of each person's career while helping organizations measure, analyze and empower their existing workforce. The Company's solutions currently support more than 4,400 organizations ranging in size from large, global corporations to small and medium-sized businesses, and it is used by more than 5 million users in 214 countries and territories around the world.