Dovetail Software Ranked #1 for HR Service Delivery Applications
In the key measures of quality of HR Service Delivery applications; Vendor Satisfaction (VS) and User Experience (UX), Dovetail Software ranked #1, outperforming all other HR vendors in the latest Sapient survey; the 2021-2022 Annual HR Systems Survey Research (24th Edition). It shows that Dovetail customers are very satisfied with the quality of their relationship with us and are finding the user experience of our applications, including HR Case Management, Employee Portal, HR Knowledge Management and HR Reporting & Analytics, to be the best in the marketplace. With scores of 4.23 (VS) and 4.13 (UX), Dovetail is significantly above the average VS and UX scores of 3.77 and 3.65 respectively. Furthermore, 100% of customer responses said our applications met their needs most of the time.
The report highlighted Dovetail’s performance, stating:
“Dovetail experienced considerably increased ratings last year, most likely due to substantial investments in its user experience and analytics capabilities in 2019. Under the expanded definition, Dovetail receives the highest average ratings for both VS and UX this year.”
Containing nearly 200 pages and 150 figures of the latest industry data and insights covering all of HR technology for consumers, HR and business leaders, end-users, and solution providers, the Sapient survey is one of the most keenly awaited market research reports in the HR technology space. Now in its 24th year, the survey received 4,091 responses from HR professionals of which 2,117 were unique organizations worldwide, representing 33 million employees. Global organizations represent 34% of respondents.
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The full report covers: (1) How HR tech spending is spiking, (2) The top areas for increased spending, (3) How COVID-19 and social movements have been impacting HR tech – customers and vendors, (4) How savvy organizations achieve better business, HR, and talent outcomes, (5) Areas in HR tech that are especially hot right now, (6) How customers feel about their current HR tech, and (7) Which HR tech areas and solution providers receive the best (and not so good) scores. While key themes include: (1) The Business of HR Systems in 2021, (2) HR Systems Adoption Blueprint, (3) Voice of the Customer, (4) Achieving Change with HR Systems, and (5) Methodology & Demographics.
Click here to read excerpts of the report linked to HR Service Delivery and Dovetail's performance.
Interestingly, the report discovered that 27% of organizations are looking to replace their HR Service Delivery applications. If you are one of them, then please do get in contact, as we’d love to show you why Dovetail is outperforming the market for HR Service Delivery applications.
Click here to obtain a free complimentary copy (currently priced at $99) of the Sapient Insights 2021-2022 HR Systems Survey Research, 24th Annual Edition.
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