Raleigh, N.C. -- BrassRing, ePredix, unmatis, and Verifications, Inc. are the latest companies to be certified under the HR-XML Consortium's "HRcertify" program. The program certifies HR solutions that conform to the open data exchange standards developed by the HR-XML Consortium.
Organizations that successfully complete the HR-XML Consortium's certification process are awarded a logo to use on their websites and a link to a conformance statement within a registry located at http://www.HRcertify.org . The HR-XML certified logo indicates that the solution provider is a technology leader and is ready to integrate flexibly and opportunistically with customers and partners.
BrassRing headquartered in Waltham, Maine, with operations throughout the United States and Europe, is a provider of talent management solutions that help businesses build competitive workforces, reduce hiring costs, and streamline recruiting processes.
ePredix, based in Minneapolis, Minn., leverages over 50 years of research and data captured from over 250 of the Fortune 500 and 40 million job applicants and employees, to scientifically predict for employers who will perform.
umantis, headquartered in St. Gallen, Switzerland, is a comprehensive human capital management solutions provider.
Verifications, Inc., headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., is a provider of employment screening and substance abuse services to more than 45 percent of the Fortune 100 and over 4,000 other clients.
"We congratulate these organizations for achieving HR-XML Consortium certification," says Chuck Allen, HR-XML Consortium Director. "HR decision makers are making compliance with open standards part of the criteria they use when procuring HR solutions. We are pleased to add these companies to our registry of certified solutions," Allen remarked.
The four newly certified companies join 29 other certified organizations. Those companies are: Allegis Group; American Background; BenefitsXML, Inc.; CareerBuilder.com LLC; Deploy Solutions, Inc.; Development Dimensions
International; eWork Exchange Inc.; ExecuTRACK Software; Fidelity Investments; Hewitt Associates; Hire.com; HireCheck, a First Advantage company; Hiredesk;
HireRight; Jobpartners Ltd.; Manpower; milch & zucker; Oracle; PeopleClick; PeopleSoft Inc.; Resume Mirror; SAP; The Sovren Group; Sterling Testing Systems; Taleo, formerly Recruitsoft; The Gallup Organization; Ultimate Software; Unicru; and Vertical Screen companies (including Truescreen, Inc.; Business Information Group (BIG), Inc.; and Certiphi Screening, Inc.).