|By Marketwired .||
|May 12, 2014 12:02 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/12/14 -- Thomsons Online Benefits, a leading provider of cloud-based global benefits management and employee engagement software, has won the 2014 HRO Today TekTonic Award for workforce management. Thomsons is recognized for its excellence in streamlining benefits administration for global companies, as well as meeting the increasing challenges of engaging and communicating with remote employees.
"We are committed to helping global companies reduce the complexity of managing their international employee benefits, while enhancing the overall reward experience for employees so businesses can deliver global, consistent and engaging messages to every single employee, no matter the location," says Chris Wakely, head of Thomsons Online Benefits North America. "To receive this award further solidifies our ability to provide transformative solutions for workforce management."
The TekTonic Awards, given annually by HRO Today magazine, recognize innovation and disruption in human resources, recruiting and talent management technology across the entire continuum of HR SaaS-based solutions. Nominations are based on input from the HR community including providers, customers and analysts. The 2014 TekTonic award winners were announced at the annual HRO Today Forum on May 5, 2014.
The award recognition follows a recent presentation from Wakely the HRO Today Forum, where he presenting a case study featuring bwin.party Digital Entertainment, the world's largest listed online gaming company. Wakely's presentation outlined the creation and success of a global, harmonized, branded reward program for bwin's growing multinational workforce. That program was also recognized as a finalist for the HRO Today Services and Technology Association Awards Global Programme of the Year.
About Thomsons Online Benefits:
Thomsons Online Benefits transforms the way multinational companies manage their benefits and engage their employees globally through its cloud-based software solution. The rapidly growing company has won more than 65 awards for its clients' use of technology, engagement and communication. With more than 280 clients across 60 countries, Thomsons has attracted a prestigious portfolio of clients that includes six of the world's top 10 software companies, four of the world's top pharmaceutical companies and five of the world's leading banks. For more information, please visit: http://global.thomsons.com.
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