Austin, Texas—OrcaEyes, developer of SonarVision Workforce Intelligence Software and the leading authority in business-workforce analytics, and the Center for Human Capital Innovation (CHCI), a for-purpose firm dedicated to improving human capital management across the federal government, announce the formation of a strategic partnership focused on delivering a workforce planning and business analytics solution to federal agencies. The partnership provides an additional layer of support and education to HR leaders within the government.
CHCI in partnership with OrcaEyes will offer a comprehensive program to encourage government agencies to begin strategic workforce planning. Through education and the use of technology, agencies can begin to identify areas where skill and talent sets need to be developed, as well as areas where technological innovation is the best solution. By tying workforce analytics and human capital risk assessment to agency initiatives, HR and agency leaders will be able to more efficiently facilitate the most effective cost-driven decisions.
“Government agencies, at one time, are facing both real budget reductions and massive talent shortages. They are under tremendous pressure to deliver within their mission — and they realize their workforce is the greatest contributor to that delivery,” said Allen Zeman, President of CHCI. Additionally, “for all government organizations, especially those with significant budget reductions in their forecast, human capital management is the most important issue today and for the foreseeable future.”
“This partnership with OrcaEyes will allow us to deliver a comprehensive solution to help them understand their talent and skill gaps, along with other human capital risks, and then build a defensible, analytical case to secure the required resources. It will also allow us to identify and spotlight successful government initiatives to share with all of our 120,000 members to help them implement better workforce planning innovations,” Zeman added.
“Working with CHCI to encourage government participation in workforce planning is critical for the ongoing delivery of services to the public. Our analytics encourage the proper allocation and direction of funds to government employee programs by allowing agency leaders to pinpoint where the dollars need to be spent,” said Dan Hilbert, President of OrcaEyes. “We are honored that CHCI chose OrcaEyes and we are firmly committed to ensuring this program is a success for government.”
OrcaEyes provides three distinct solutions to help organizations evaluate their workforce trends. The enterprise-class workforce planning and business analytics software can be up and running in a matter of weeks, allowing organizations to begin putting program in place almost immediately. SonarVision On Demand transforms common HRIS data into actionable analytics that can be available in 24-hours. SonarVision Talent is a search tool providing data on external talent supplies for more than 800 jobs in over 500 metropolitan areas.
About Orca Eyes
OrcaEyes was founded in 2007 with a focus on providing valuable and innovated tools to companies looking to increase operational performance by way of the workforce. The Austin-based company is leading the charge in helping the C-Suite and Boards of Directors partner with Human Resources to achieve higher earnings, mitigate risk and drive shareholder value. For more information about OrcaEyes and its products, visit our website at orcaeyes.com.
The Center for Human Capital Innovation (CHCI) is a for-purpose firm dedicated to improving human capital management across the federal government. CHCI does this by taking a systems approach to human capital, one that helps government agencies adopt and optimize best and next practices that will result in a highly productive and engaged workforce. CHCI provides government leaders with valuable tools, deployment advice, and innovative insights aimed at advancing the science of human capital management across the federal government. CHCI has assembled a dedicated team of professionals with both federal government leadership and Fortune 100 experience to bring the right mix of perspective and expertise to the optimization of talent across the federal government.
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