Salary.com Strengths, Domain Expertise, and Key Differentiators
Salary.com is reinventing the compensation management software and data market by developing simple tools that enable companies to manage their compensation, as well as provide the most accurate HR-reported market data for employee compensation. In 2020, Salary.com added Job Architect, a powerful job description management tool to keep job descriptions accurate and up-to-date — adding velocity to hiring the right people at the right pay. Job Architect can be used as a stand-alone product or as an integrated part of Salary.com’s leading CompAnalyst platform.
Salary.com Recent Developments
In July 2019, Salary.com unveiled new compensable factors enhancements to their award-winning CompAnalyst platform. Through the Company's new compensable factors functionality, CompAnalyst customers can now tailor benchmark jobs to more accurately reflect their internal job descriptions, using skill, competency, certification, license, and other job requirement-based pay data items to understand the impact that these adjustments have on the market price for the job.
In June 2018, Salary.com it will be the first virtual data provider for WorldatWork, the nonprofit total rewards association. With this new agreement, WorldatWork members will have limited complimentary access to Salary.com's best-in-class CompAnalyst platform, enabling them to price jobs quickly and easily using the broadest, most reliable, employer-reported compensation data set available. In October 2017, Salary.com unveiled its all-new CompAnalyst for Enterprise at the HR Technology Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas.
Salary.com reimagines its flagship product suite to deliver compensation professionals dramatically improved workflow speed, expanded pay accuracy with machine learning, and proactive analytics. By improving data visibility and relevance, and by significantly enhancing efficiency for clients, the Company continues its commitment to helping organizations pay fairly, optimize engagement, and drive improved performance.
Salary.com Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) Activities
Salary.com was acquired by Kenexa in 2010, and IBM acquired Kenexa in 2012. The original team, in partnership with co-investors H.I.G. Capital and Prudential Capital Group, have reacquired Salary.com from IBM in 2016, along with related compensation offerings.
Salary.com Customers in ARTW Customer Database
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Key Verticals: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Banking and Financial Services, Communication, Construction, Real Estate, Consumer Packaged Goods, Distribution, K12, Higher Education, Federal Government, State and Local Government, Public Safety, Healthcare, Life Insurance, P&C Insurance, Specialty Insurance, Leisure and Recreation, Hospitality, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Media, Youth and Elderly Care Nonprofit, Oil and Gas, Professional Services, Retail, Transportation, Utilities,
Salary.com Key Cloud and HCM Applications
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Salary.com Customers - Breakdown by Geo, Size, Vertical and Product
No. of Salary.com Customers: 8000
No. of Salary.com HCM Applications Customers: 8000
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Salary.com serves serves over 25,000 survey participant organizations, over 8,000 business-to-business software subscribers, and over 30 million employees globally. Some of Salary.com's customers are: Pepsico, Hertz, Wegmans, Ralph Lauren, Seagate, The Cheesecake Factory, UC Irvine Health Medical Group, Percolate, Trace Link Life Sciences Cloud, and many more.
Salary.com Market Opportunities, M&A and Geo Expansions
Salary.com merged with Compdata Surveys & Consulting, a national compensation survey data and consulting firm. With 25,000 job titles and descriptions worldwide powered by an advanced analytics platform, the combined entity dramatically expands the capacity of compensation professionals to identify, match, and price jobs across all regions and industries for compensation planning, candidate recruiting, employee engagement, and workforce retention. With this transaction, Salary.com joins an elite class in the compensation data market, as one of the U.S. top three largest compensation data providers.
Salary.com ended 2018 with 100% increase in new customers, and 70% increase in bookings.
Salary.com Risks and Challenges
Over the last few years, more companies have seen the need for tools to manage their compensation data to price jobs and map them to their internal company jobs. Short term, compensation specialists realize they need to pay for premium HR- reported data rather than using free crowd-sourced data online, but time will tell.
Salary.com Ecosystem, Partners, Resellers and SI
Salary.com appointed Derek Beebe as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales. With a proven track record of success at Willis Towers Watson, PeopleFluent, Authoria, and Advanced Information Management (AIM), Beebe moves to his new post at Salary.com with deep domain expertise, strong industry relationships, and a keen understanding of the needs of compensation and human resources professionals.
Salary.com Cloud Platform (PaaS) and Infrastructure (IaaS) Details
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