Ellucian Partners with NEOED to Offer Customers Enhanced Talent Management Solutions
Ellucian Banner and Ellucian Colleague HR Customers to Have Centralized Platform for Recruiting, Hiring and Retaining Employee
Ellucian, the leading provider of software and services built to power higher education, and NEOED, a provider of a comprehensive human capital management solution for educational institutions, have partnered to deliver a SaaS workforce management platform for Ellucian Banner and Colleague Human Resources customers.
Ellucian’s Talent Management by NEOED enables human resource departments at institutions to automate recruitment and onboarding, employee learning and performance management through a centralized platform. Used by hundreds of institutions, NEOED’s product suite supports the faculty and administrative hiring process attracting higher quality applicants. In addition, it makes it possible to onboard remote and on-campus employees, track professional and personal developmental goals, and offer transparent institutional communication.
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“NEOED understands the complex needs of higher education HR teams and their talent management solutions are specifically designed to connect and improve processes for those customers,” said Kuljit Dharni, Senior Vice President, Partnerships & Strategic Programs, Ellucian. “We’re excited to partner with NEOED to support institutions across the entire employee lifecycle – including with recruitment, onboarding, training programs, employee management and retention.”
“Higher ed institutions trust Ellucian for their steadfast commitment to providing best in class software solutions, making them an ideal partner for NEOED, which we developed specifically for the niche needs of education HR,” said Matt Redden, Chief Revenue Officer of NEOED. “Recognizing that the foundation of a great education are the professors and administration that make up an institution, this well-aligned partnership will enable us to help more colleges and universities attract and retain talent.”