The iXmatch solution identifies the most relevant fit using dynamic trend discovery, personalization, concept-based matching, and value-based ranking ... Company Profile | August 4, 2000 iXmatch Inc. provides the best next generation real-time technology to match people's skills to job requirements. Customers benefit from being able to rapidly select the best-fit candidate from a simple and clear set of ranked choices. The iXmatch solution identifies the most relevant fit using dynamic trend discovery, personalization, concept-based matching, and value-based ranking methodologies. At the heart of iXmatch's mission is its desire to be the leading provider of real-time matching software to corporations, consulting companies and media companies whose businesses are dependent upon optimizing and utilizing the talents and skills of advanced-knowledge workers. The software enables clients to find the most appropriately-qualified person to fulfill the requirements of a job opening. Get the latest industry news, insights, and analysis delivered to your inbox. Novotus Partners With Melita Group To Provide Recruiting Solutions Novotus, a leading recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) company, announced today it is partnering with Melita Group to provide Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) solutions to Melita's... Pilat HR Solutions Enters Into Distribution Agreement With iCIMS Pilat HR Solutions, a premier provider of human capital management technology and professional services, announced today that it has formally signed an agreement with iCIMS, Inc. The agreement... HRSG Brings Competency-Based Talent Management Mainstream With CompetencyCore
Prakash Puram (born 1954) is the former President and CEO of the former small business iXmatch, and a former member of former President Bush's Export ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Prakash Puram (born 1954) is the former President and CEO of the former small business iXmatch, and a former member of former President Bush's Export Council. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola College, Chennai, India; a Business Management diploma from Xavier Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur, India; an MBA from the University of Minnesota; and a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University. Prakash serves on the advisory board of the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. Puram has had leadership and product management roles at Net Perceptions, Honeywell, IBM, Pillsbury, and Unilever. On September 22, 2006 U.S. President George W. Bush nominated Puram to be a member of the President's Export Council. Following a breakfast with Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Alan Greenspan, Puram and other new members were sworn-in on December 6, 2005 by U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez who administered the oath of Office. White House Chief of Staff, Andrew H. Card, Jr., attended the swearing-in ceremony, representing the President. ^ Ray, Bipasha (2000-07-17). "Netting the right techs". Star Tribune. Prakash Puram relied on his network of contacts to get iXmatch started.... ^ Steil, Mark (2007-10-22). "Indian business makes energy on Minnesota prairie". Minnesota Public Radio. Puram has a significant platform to voice his opinions. He serves on the Bush administration's Export Council.
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President and Chief Executive Officer of Ixmatch Inc @ Ixmatch. Education, 1992 - 1993 Master of Public Administration @ Harvard University
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iXmatch Inc. Education, 1988 - 1992 Bachelor of Science @ University of Wisconsin - Madison. Skills, eDiscovery, Web Services, E Commerce, Trend Forecasting ...
Experience · Member, Board of Overseers · Managing Director · Advisory Council Member, Small Business · President and CEO of iXmatch Inc. (sold to nxnTech.com).
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