Sounding Board’s fast growth reflects HR’s fundamental transformation. Companies are rethinking how technology can drive the people function for leadership development. Meantime, digitally savvy employees in far-flung locations are comfortable sharing personal challenges on trusted platforms. The startup uses a proprietary Sound Coaching methodology, assigning coaches to executives based on a six-point matching process. Sounding Board has a 95 percent success rate on first matches to date. The method also collects feedback from managers, peers and others regarding development areas for the executive, aligning information with the company’s goals and values.
The power of neurodiversity is super-personal to the co-founders of Daivergent Inc., a cloud-based startup that connects people on the autism spectrum with employers that need their unique skills in a data-driven world. Daivergent is one of eight startups participating in the SAP.iO Foundry New York, an accelerator for early-stage enterprise tech companies building solutions that incorporate business beyond bias or drive sustainability.
Verusen launched its pioneering cloud platform at the “Salute to Digital Innovation and Intelligence in the Supply Chain” event. Verusen is a SAP.iO company that provides artificial intelligence to harmonize and provide visibility into materials inventory data from ERP and other systems
U First Capital is bringing together big companies, venture capitalists, startups, universities, to to explore investments in internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence startups. U First Capital’s advisory board has venture capitalists and executives from Fortune 500 companies including SAP’s Ram Jambunathan (managing director, SAP.io venture capital fund) and Manju Bansal (vice president, SAP).
COI Energy from SAP.iO Foundry New York is on a mission to make enterprises more sustainable. By helping companies optimize energy utilization and reduce their carbon footprint, founder and CEO SaLisa L. B. is working to make the world a better place.
If you’re in Atlanta this weekend for the big game, you may see vans with the distinctive Goodr branding driving around the city. From working with the busiest airport in the world, Hartfield Jackson, to now becoming the ‘Official Food Diversion Partner’ for the game and hosting #GoodrBowl, Goodr is on a mission to fight hunger with technology…