Vote Now: Hireology Named a 2017 ITA CityLIGHTS Award Finalist

By Beth Kempton,
August 10, 2017

Hireology has been selected as a finalist for Illinois Technology Association’s 2017 ITA CityLIGHTS Outstanding Business Innovation Award. This is the second consecutive year Hireology has been named a finalist in the ITA CityLIGHTS awards – in 2016, Hireology won the program’s Rising Star Award.

The Outstanding Business Innovation Award recognizes a technology company or organization that has implemented an innovative business process, technology tool, talent initiative or marketing/branding campaign that has made a substantial impact on business metrics. Hireology was named as a finalist for its new technology tool, Insights, which provides question and answer reporting that gives clear visibility into hiring activity, highlighting strengths and weaknesses. Key questions include, “What’s my hiring velocity?” and “Am I following my hiring process?”

Using Insights, Hireology can provide organizations of all sizes with valuable and actionable insights based on a company’s recruiting and hiring data. With this data, business owners, franchisees and talent acquisition leaders gain a clear understanding of hiring performance across locations or hiring managers as compared to industry-specific benchmarks. Integration of Insights data into the Hireology selling process and customer journey has increased revenue and reduced churn.

The winners for each category are determined by a combination of the judges’ scores and public voting. Winners will be revealed during the ITA CityLIGHTS Awards ceremony on Thursday, September 14 at Morgan Manufacturing in Chicago.

Voting is now open through 5:00 p.m. CST on Friday, August 18.

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About the Author

Beth is the content strategist on Hireology’s marketing team, responsible for creating compelling blog posts, eBooks, marketing materials and other content. Her background includes five years of experience at a B2B digital marketing agency, where she crafted content for a variety of clients, including several in the HR technology space. Before beginning her career, Beth attended Loyola University Chicago, where she studied advertising and public relations.

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