Authoria Rated “Positive” in MarketScope Report

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<p><strong>Waltham, Mass. &mdash; June 13</strong><br />Authoria Inc., a provider of integrated talent management (ITM) solutions, has received a &ldquo;Positive&rdquo; rating in Gartner&rsquo;s &ldquo;MarketScope for Employee Performance Management Software, 2007.&rdquo; </p><p>Authoria was one of 28 vendors evaluated in the report.<br /><br />&ldquo;During the previous six months, we started to see customers selecting EPM solutions that were more integrated with compensation and succession management,&quot; the report stated. &quot;Based on that feedback, we expanded the scope of this MarketScope to include all three areas. EPM is an important linchpin in an emerging broader suite of talent management applications.&rdquo;<br /><br />&ldquo;We&rsquo;re pleased with this evaluation by Gartner, which we believe validates Authoria&rsquo;s vision and delivery of solutions that weave together the essential functions of talent management,&rdquo; said Tod Loofbourrow, Authoria chairman and CEO. &ldquo;By integrating these formerly isolated functions, our solutions enable employers to better leverage talent for bottom-line business results through cross-functional initiatives, such as pay for performance, performance-based hiring and leadership development.&rdquo;<br /><br />Authoria&rsquo;s on-demand solutions span the talent-management life cycle, from finding and attracting the best-fit employees to developing them, compensating them, engaging them and making them part of succession plans. </p><p>Almost 40 of the company&rsquo;s 300-plus enterprise customers use three or more Authoria solutions for critical talent-management functions such as recruiting, performance management, compensation and succession planning &mdash; an industry high for integrated talent management.<br /><br />The MarketScope assessed vendors on the following criteria: marketing strategy, product strategy, business model, product/service, overall viability, sales execution/pricing and customer experience.</p>

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