A recent announcement on the Intraworld’s website announces that as of January 1st, 2020 both Conenza & Intraworlds will join forces, the software will be merged to create a new platform focused on:

  • Build brand ambassadors
  • Enhance business initiatives
  • Increase retention
  • Lower recruiting costs

A key highlight of the new platform is “enhanced analytics and dashboards” (link)

Joining Forces: To Take Talent Engagement To The Next Level Across The Entire Career Lifecycle

Intraworlds and Conenza joining forces to take talent engagement to the next level.

Munich, Germany, and Seattle, Washington (US), Nov. 30, 2019: Combined company will foster talent engagement across entire career lifecycle – from candidates and employees to Alumni and Retirees.

As more companies realize employees are one of their most valuable assets, engaging talent is more important than ever. Intraworlds and Conenza will join forces on January 1, 2020, to enable clients to take talent engagement to the next level.

By merging resources, experience and vision, the combined company will drive valuable insights and outcomes for clients seeking to build and maintain lifelong connections with employees.

Maintaining relationships with our alumni gives us access to the best referrals and rehires and helps boost our brand. We look forward to seeing what new benefits the combined company will bring across the entire career lifecycle – Name, Title, Accenture.

The combined company will create a new platform with the best parts of the current solutions. With this new platform, clients will be able to:

  • Build brand ambassadors
  • Enhance business initiatives
  • Increase retention
  • Lower recruiting costs

Understanding and staying ahead of workforce trends is important to help attract and retain talent. Now we will be able to network with and learn from a wider variety of alumni networks across all major industries. – Margret Klein-Magar, Head of SAP Alumni Relations, SAP SE

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