SOURCE: SharedXpertise

SharedXpertise

December 13, 2010 09:12 ET

Tektonic Award Winners Announced at Recent HR Demo Show

Workday Takes Top Honors

EDISON, NJ--(Marketwire - December 13, 2010) - SharedXpertise, the producers of the annual HR Demo Show, today announced the winners of this year's Tektonic Awards. The winners were determined by a rigorous process that included a written customer feedback survey, industry analyst and independent third-party evaluations and a review of each vendor's software functionality.

Held December 8-9, 2010 at the Venetian in Las Vegas, the HR Demo Show provided attendees with a "front-row seat" to detailed software demonstrations of the latest HRMS, talent management, workforce planning and recruiting solutions.

The winners of the 2010 Tektonic Awards are:

Talent Management/Recruiting Job Search Television Network
Performance Management SuccessFactors
Compensation/Payroll/Benefits Ultimate Software
Learning Saba
HR Social Media Monster.com
Vendor Management Solutions Beeline
Workforce Management Lawson
Workforce Planning Aruspex
HRMS NorthgateArinso

The overall winner was Pleasanton, Calif.-based Workday. In the words of an actual Workday client, "Workday not only changed the practice of HR at our company, it changed our company. It improved the way we do business and I think we got new ideas about how to be a better business from the software's capabilities and the processes it offered."

Elliot Clark, CEO of SharedXpertise, which also publishes HRO Today Magazine, commented, "We're pleased to honor the winners of this year's Tektonic awards. Customers and the industry's influencers ultimately determined the rankings for these awards, which is further tribute to the winners."

The annual Tektonic awards are unveiled at the HR Demo Show. The 2011 HR Demo Show will be held as part of the HRO Today Forums at the Venetian in Las Vegas May 24-26. More information about next year's awards and show will be posted at www.hrdemoshow.com. The conference can also be followed on Twitter; the hashtag for the 2011 event is #hrdemo11.