Saba Releases Saba Cloud Spring 2014 Talent Management Solution
To help organizations to more quickly train and prepare their employees to be revenue contributors, Saba (News - Alert), a company in next-generation cloud solutions for talent management, has announced the launch of the Saba Cloud Spring 2014.
The enhanced version of Saba Cloud Spring 2014 is equipped with many capabilities that help companies to help organizations enhance employee engagement, accelerate decision-making and improve productivity.
Saba Cloud Spring 2014 has enhanced predictive capabilities, an improved user experience and workflows, and a new way to easily and rapidly connect with other enterprise solutions and services.
Shawn Farshchi, president and CEO, Saba commented that, “With these important innovations to Saba Cloud, we have delivered a smarter suite of products that give people more ways to work while increasing better decision-making and productivity, With the latest updates driven by customer feedback and our commitment to innovation, we plan to continue to evolve our platform to meet the current and future needs of our customers and the marketplace.”
The Saba Cloud Spring 2014 release includes over 60 enhancements and has been built on Saba’s patent pending machine learning technology that guides managers and administrators to better decisions, while helping employees find the information and expertise they need to succeed.
Saba Cloud that comes with mobile applications (available for iOS and Android (News - Alert)) is the talent management solution designed to drive employee engagement. Saba Cloud now supports the TinCan 1.0 content standard.
Saba Cloud is suitable for customers operating in highly regulated environments such as financial, healthcare, pharmaceutical and insurance.
Stephan Millard, Vice president and Research Director at Ventana Research said, "Saba's Spring 2014 release of Saba Cloud delivers a significant step in helping companies adopt these next-generation technologies with enhancements like peer-to-peer HD conferencing and mobile goal management, both of which can help employees become more productive."
Edited by Peter Bernstein