Ascentis Announces Rebranding & Launches Revolutionary Workforce Management Device

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Ascentis, a provider of cloud-based workforce management and human capital management technology solutions, today announces the launch of its revolutionary smart workforce management device, the NT8000. Performance Management & HCM

Brandon Hall Group Research Highlights, July 30-August 2, 2020

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Solution Provider Profile: Ascentis. What makes Ascentis stand out is that it blends the benefits of having a suite and a point solution. Ascentis has taken many different point solutions and bundle them. Ascentis can offer everything from performance management, compensation planning, assessments, etc., Webinars and podcasts provide powerful insights on inclusion and leadership in these unprecedented times.


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Shaping the Future of HR: How Businesses Can Invest in Timekeeping Technology to Evaluate Workplace Productivity and Streamline Day-to-Day Operations

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Teresa Levis is the Vice President of Presales at Ascentis. As a senior leader with Ascentis, her teams’ focus is working with companies to align their business strategies and processes to solutions.

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Ascentis. For: Recently remote teams From: Pricing on request The final HR software for people management is Ascentis. Promising to offer HR software that both employees and employers will love, Ascentis offers a comprehensive stack of HR tools.

Top 10 Employee Engagement Software Platforms in 2020


Ascentis. Ascentis is a full-suite HR software that incorporates time and attendance, payroll, HR and benefits, talent, and recruiting all in one platform. Ascentis is customizable as well, meaning that HR professionals can tailor the software to fit their organization’s needs.

The Role of HR Technology in Controlling Employer Healthcare Costs

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Bob Greene currently serves as Channels Manager and Sales Trainer at Ascentis. Benefits experts have estimated the expected average increase in employer health insurance premiums from 2019 to 2020, and the consensus hovers around a 6.5% year-on-year rise.