List of US Companies Innovating in the HR-Tech Space With AI/Machine Learning

Goals

To identify companies in the HR-tech sector, with service offerings powered by AI and Machine Learning technologies, operating in the US, to understand this market.

Early Findings

We focused on reviewing online publications specialized in AI and Machine Learning business applications. One such website is emerj, which frequently publishes information about companies and case studies in the sector.

Our initial research uncovered the following companies:

  • Glint. Headquartered at Sunnyvale, California.
  • Phenom. With offices in Ambler, Pennsylvania and other locations around the world.
  • Workday. Founded in California and since becoming a global company.
  • EverythingBenefits. Located in New Providence, New Jersey.
  • Talentify. Headquartered in Orlando, Florida.
  • Scoutible. Founded in the United States and backed by investors such as Mark Cuban.

We also found evidence that there are ample resources on the web with more lists of HR-Tech companies. Some examples are:

Proposed next steps:

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Our initial research found that several HR-Tech companies are innovating in AI and Machine Learning. We can start further research by (1) providing the following information on the 6 companies we have already identified in our early findings: Overview of the company, including who are its founders and investors. Description of its service offerings that relate to AI and Machine Learning. (2) and (3). Afterward, we can kick off 2 subsequent projects to find more HR-tech companies innovating with AI and Machine Learning in the US. Each request will cover 4-5 companies with the following information. Company name and main URL Overview of the company, including who are its founders and investors. Description of its service offerings that relate to AI and Machine Learning.
Alternatively, we propose conducting further research to better understand the market with a SWOT Analysis of these companies, which includes an in-depth look at the company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. The SWOT analysis can provide insights into how an interested party can design a company to address gaps and pain points not covered by current players. Each SWOT Analysis will cover 2-3 companies. We can start by kicking off 2 projects to cover the 6 companies listed in our early findings. Then, we can extend to include 10 more companies in 4 more requests (for a total of 6).