A sample of Industry Praise for our speakers.

Jeanne Achille

“Jeanne Achille is the leading public relations provider for technology and service providers in the human capital management arena. The firm she created remains unparalleled in both its understanding of the vendor community and of the market in which their technologies play a part. The interface she provides bridges the oft-large gap between buyer awareness and solutions that solve real business problems for those buyers. Her intelligence and integrity have provided her clients, industry analysts, and the broader HCM communities with stellar support for over a decade. Jeanne’s positions her clients and their technologies to their greatest advantage without foolish puffery, through the wisdom of experience with markets, technology, buyer needs, and business expectations. Her honesty and dedication have earned her well-deserved accolades from all constituents. If you seek representation as a technology firm or organization in Human Capital Management, you cannot find a better advocate than Jeanne Achille.”

Katherine Jones Vice President, Human Capital Management Technology Research at Bersin By Deloitte

John Sumser

“How do you recommend a legend?

A man I’ve known for 15 years through at least six of his different jobs/careers and in each and every one he’s always been one of the most original and out-of-the-box thinkers and writers in HR technology. And the work I do puts me in direct contact with all the rest of them.

Of course, John was our first blogger, writing daily for Interbiznet at a time (it’s hard to imagine) when people didn’t really understand job boards and the applicant tracking system vendors wanted to connect to them but didn’t have a clue. John showed them how in 1998.

He has successfully re-invented himself so many time, let’s just fast forward to the present. As the former editor of two monthly magazines (one on HR) and a reporter for the New York Daily News and The New York Times, I find his HR Examiner the most original and thought-provoking HR “publication” out there. I don’t know quite what to call it, but I open it and read it whenever it appears in my Inbox. Can’t say that about too many other things.

Now if John would just resume including me on his Influencers lists again, I might be equally nice to him in public.”

Bill Kutik, Father HR Tech Conference, Host Bill Kutik Radio Show