We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The most valuable feature is that they have several competency models."
"We have fewer systems, less manual data entry, and less processing."
"Performance and good usability are the two most valuable features of this solution."
"The solution is extremely stable."
"It's actually a cloud-native solution and based on the community for development. It is a very good open architecture and able to interconnect with other systems. And it is very stable and very fast in terms of response."
"This product is leaps and bounds above the competition. Part of the reason is that it is built with modern technology. It has no legacy coding in it at all."
"The user interface is good and very easy to use."
"The platform itself is very robust and I generally like the reporting and analytics capability."
"It's intuitive, a very usable tool and it's easy to find the data you're looking for."
"When it comes to understanding personality, the models are not dynamic enough. They use old, obsolete or outdated terminology. In general, they need to be updated."
"There is a lot of complexity in the configuration of this solution."
"It has missing functionalities. Specific countries, like Germany, didn't have the option to do payroll. Now we need to look for another product for HR."
"Setting up reports can be a bit tricky."
"Reporting systems should be improved. If you want to report it on paper, if you want something more BI oriented, more high level predictive or more data-driven, it should be improved."
"It is good that much of the development is based on community input but often that can lead to details being ignored and small, nagging issues are ignored."
"The security console should be made less complex."
"The UI, UX (user experience) is very bad. It is not very interactive."
"It's possible that the way things are integrated could be improved"
"Workday is an expensive solution."
"You have the license fee per module, and then you have a kind of annual training fee, which is a kind of add-on. I wouldn't say it is exhaustive; it is minor. Licensing is pretty transparent for most of the part."
"The pricing is good from an HR perspective, although management gets upset after spending $500,000 a year, every year."
"Its price is pretty high. It is more expensive than what is offered by other competitors in the market."
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You depend on your people to drive your company’s mission and purpose. Who you hire, how you develop them, and how you care for your culture are THE MOST important decisions you can make for the future of your business.
OutMatch helps you put a strategy around these decisions. By truly understanding your candidates, your culture, and the underlying behaviors that drive employee success, you can expect to see an average workforce transformed into a high-growth, high-performance company.
OutMatch is ranked 14th in Talent Management with 1 review while Workday is ranked 1st in Talent Management with 12 reviews. OutMatch is rated 7.0, while Workday is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of OutMatch writes "Good work-related personality survey, but it needs to be updated". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Workday writes "Simple to use with easy report creation and excellent AI". OutMatch is most compared with , whereas Workday is most compared with SAP SuccessFactors, SAP HCM, PeopleSoft, Oracle Taleo and Ceridian Dayforce HCM.
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