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SuccessFactors' Cloud Computing Partner Program

PayScale on Wednesday announced that the company has joined SuccessCloud, SuccessFactors' Technology Partner Program

PayScale announced that the company has joined SuccessCloud, SuccessFactors' Technology Partner Program for its Cloud-based Business Execution Software Suite, to help joint customers improve Business Execution.

"SuccessFactors is leading the market by enabling organizations to both align everyone around the priorities of the business and boost employee performance," said Dave Smith, Vice President for Sales, Marketing and Business Development at PayScale.

 

"Combining this with PayScale's market leading compensation data and tools will give customers the ability to truly optimize the return on their single largest investment - people. In the economy that's about to unfold in 2010, pay-for-performance linked closely with a company's Business Execution process will surely be more important and strategic than ever. Allowing mutual customers to access PayScale via SuccessCloud definitely makes this possible."

Tom Fisher, Vice President of Cloud Computing at SuccessFactors, commented: "Our leadership at SuccessFactors is all about continuous improvement, and we've doubled down in the current market environment to serve customers even better. So we welcome this broader relationship with PayScale. PayScale's data and methodology allow customers to answer specific compensation questions related to their unique situation in a way that is difficult for traditional compensation solutions. This partnership allows us to deliver rich and much-needed data to a wide range of companies in an innovative way. We believe this will help customers drive growth in 2010 and beyond."

PayScale provides compensation experts and influencers the ability to create job descriptions across multiple locations; quickly build out ranges based on customized market data for your active workforce and projects such as mergers and acquisitions; and manage compensation liabilities based on position or employee data.

SuccessFactors' SuccessCloud allows third-party applications and data from other business systems to connect and integrate with the SuccessFactors Business Execution Software Suite. This enables businesses to gain meaningful insights into how well the organization is executing against its strategy and overall business performance.

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