Saba Acquires Halogen Software

Saba Acquires Halogen Software

Yesterday, Saba Software Inc. announced that it has finally completed it’s acquisition of Halogen Software to accelerate innovation in talent management and workforce engagement.

According to the press release, the new combined organization is now one of the largest independent talent management companies in the world, with over 1,000 employees serving more than 4,000 customers in 195 countries around the globe.

“No matter what size the company, all organizations are ultimately trying to solve the same challenge, which is how to better their business performance by engaging, developing, and investing in their employees,” said Pervez Qureshi, CEO of Saba. “The combination of Saba and Halogen brings them something very powerful – the expertise of the best and brightest minds in talent management, a deep commitment to helping our customers solve new challenges in new ways, and a true passion to deliver value and innovation, better and faster. This is a unique combination, and something no one else in the market can provide.”

The dynamics of the workplace are changing now, and organizations that are evolving their approach to employee development are realizing more productivity and performance. Together, Saba and Halogen plan to deliver a new vision for talent management. A vision that combines people-centric learning, engagement, and performance in new ways, enabling organizations to meet their employees on new terms to transform the employee experience.

“Organizations around the world, in every industry, have come to realize that they must place their talent strategy ahead of their business strategy. They cannot be industry leaders without a highly engaged and well-trained workforce,” said Michael Rochelle, chief strategy officer and principal HCM analyst at Brandon Hall Group. “Saba and Halogen now have the opportunity to work together to create market-shaping approaches to learning and talent management for organizations of any size. Their combined strategy to deliver a user-centric employee learning and career development experience is a powerful message that will resonate with learning and talent leaders alike.”

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