PreVisor Offers Insights on LINK 2007 Conference

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<strong>Atlanta &mdash; Oct. 3</strong><br />PreVisor, a global provider of on-demand employment assessments and selection solutions, has wrapped up its annual LINK 2007 Client Conference, which was Sept. 19&ndash;21 in Orlando, Fla., at Disney&rsquo;s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts.<br /><br />In a packed schedule, LINK proved to be just what it promised: a networking forum for ideas, innovation and collaboration where attendees heard detailed examples of solutions and tactics for aligning talent decisions to business outcomes, directly from their peers.<br /><br />The conference opened with a welcome and company update by PreVisor CEO Noel Sitzmann, who gave an overview of the changes and growth in the company since the 2006 user conference. Corporate highlights included:<br /><br /><ul><li>Consolidation of all the PreVisor companies (including former Brainbench, ePredix, PDRI and Qwiz) onto a unified administration and delivery platform, Select2Perform, was completed.</li><li>Close to 1,600 new clients signed up with PreVisor in the past year, including Best Buy, Nokia and the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA).</li><li>Assessment use among clients increased more than 33 percent overall, year-over-year, reinforcing talent management trends being reported in major publications.</li><li>Global expansion continued with the opening of a U.K. office in June, near London, and the August acquisition of Sydney, Australia-based Talent Technologies.<br /></li></ul> Next year&rsquo;s conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Resort in Huntington Beach, Calif.<br /><br />

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