Report Introduction

HRtech report just released (2H2018)

  • Companies spend billions on recruitment each year, which has escalated to competing against employment brand, candidates, candidate experience and strategic sourcing
  • Cloud-based platforms for attracting, identifying, retaining and developing talented employees are gaining prominence
  • Data & analytics will be a key technological tool impacting how companies measure employee performance that will be translated into pay & benefits.

Executive Summary

Globally, HR technology is a large market space, spanning everything from recruitment to performance reviews. The increasing need for managing a widespread workforce and growing demand for replacing legacy systems with improved human capital management platforms are anticipated to fuel market growth. 


As well as this, there has been a plethora of new entrants attacking individual segments of the HR industry, which means incumbents will have to defend their positions in an increasingly competitive space. 

Top Aquirers

Deal Geography

Where are the biggest deals happening in the world? Where should you concentrate your efforts to build buyers or disruptive businesses that could help transform your company?

A definitive list of the top acquirers: what does this tell us about the direction of the sector and how could this affect your company's M&A.

How much is your company worth? What should you be paying for your next M&A transaction? Get the essential overview on deal values.

Valuation Metrics

Top Buyers in the Report

Why has a new urgency returned to HRtech?

"Recruiting highly qualified employees is becoming increasingly difficult in almost all industries. Traditional methods no longer bring the desired success and this is particularly the case for high-growth companies who have to identify and address promising employees very early on. The rapid development in the HRtech sector offers these companies the tools they need. 


Using technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence helps them find the ideal candidates in social networks before they even think about changing jobs. As long as the economy continues to run at full speed, this trend will continue to strengthen and smart HRtech companies can and will benefit from it. "

Axel Brill

Director

Hampleton Partners