SuccessFactors Records Banner Year; Surpasses Half Million User Milestone.
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SuccessFactors, Inc., the market and Web business application leader in on-demand workforce performance management, today announced that 2004 had proven to be a landmark year for the company in terms of customer wins, customer usage and technology expansion. Citing customers wins with industry leaders including Dow Jones Dow Jones
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The SuccessFactors Workforce Performance Management Suite is composed of distinct capabilities, all of which are fully integrated. Its ease-of-use and rapid deployment features allow customers to solve immediate needs by getting to productive events in record time. The entire suite is highly scalable and modular, allowing customers to add new modules when they're ready - "on demand."
"Our customers dictate the rate at which SuccessFactors can grow, said Lars Dalgaard, SuccessFactors CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. . "Our extremely high customer renewal rate combined with our marquee customer wins tells us that we are succeeding in our goal to help customers rapidly align, develop, motivate and maintain a high performance workforce."
With the highest renewal rate in the industry, SuccessFactors is the established global leader in providing on-demand, Web-based, integrated Workforce performance management solutions. SuccessFactors was founded in 2001 to deliver software and solutions that help companies implement effective Workforce performance management strategies that align employee performance with bottom-line business results. The company has over 600,000 users from more than 200 highly satisfied customers across all industry sectors, including Textron, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, Mastercard, Informatica, MeadWestVaco, PG&E, Lancaster General Hospital, Samsung, Riggs Bank, Grant Thornton, Friendly's Ice Cream and HP Hood. SuccessFactors is headquartered in San Mateo, CA. and has multiple worldwide offices. The applications are being used in 60 countries and in multiple languages.
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