Erudit wants HR professionals to stop gambling in Vegas
Get up close and personal with new AI technology that empowers organizations to stop gambling on faulty and costly survey data in this year’s HR Tech Convention and Exposition in Las Vegas.
"I want the world to take ‘people data’ seriously and stop gambling on faulty survey results to understand their employees. We can elevate workforce analytics to the level it deserves thanks to AI," said Erudit’s CEO and co-founder Alejandro Martinez Agenjo.
In an industry ruled by ‘survey data’, Erudit provides the only alternative: an artificial intelligence tool that detects and measures employee wellbeing from organic communications, such as emails and chat messages.
"I want the world to take ‘people data’ seriously and stop gambling on faulty survey results."
Trained and developed by psychologists and machine learning engineers, Erudit’s AI anonymizes communications data and annotates messages to detect levels of burnout risk, turnover risk, and employee engagement.
“We’re excited to participate in the HR Tech Convention and Exposition to meet more HR professionals and get their thoughts on our new technology that is so far from the norm. Come see Erudit in person! Let’s talk about the future of HR Analytics,” added Martínez Agenjo.
Participants of HR Tech can meet Erudit’s chief officers and its AI in Booth 631 at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas from September 13 to 16. You can book a demo or meeting as early as now by following this link.
“As the AI is given more data from more clients, we’re learning so much about the workforce. The bottom line is that each organization is different. What’s the best way to support your people? Check Erudit and find out,” Martínez Agenjo proudly stated.
Diving into the U.S. market early this year, Erudit has raised around $4 million in late seed funding from companies in the US and Europe. The startup has recently been accepted to participate in Google’s accelerator program.
Come see Erudit in person! Let’s talk about the future of HR Analytics.