eThority will become part of TALX, says Equifax
Consumer and commercial information offerings provider Equifax plans to acquire eThority, an provider of workplace and analytical software.
Equifax said eThority will become part of TALX, Equifax’s workforce offerings business unit.
eThority creates and markets analytics software that integrates data from multiple disparate sources and, through an intuitive, secure process, analyses and converts it into customised, relevant insights and information – in a self-service model.
TALX president Dann Adams said, "By combining the workforce and other analytical software of eThority, with our unemployment, payroll/HR and I-9 data, we will be able to offer workforce analytical offerings that are unmatched in the industry."
"We will be able to offer organisations of all sizes, unprecedented insights to ensure they’re getting, retaining, growing and planning for the right workforce – in a simple and cost-effective way. It also provides a unique way to benchmark within respective industries," said Adams.
eThority offers multiple offerings for the HR, academic and other industries and its DataTalent Performance Suite provides a turn-key offering for enterprise-wide workforce analytics and planning needs, said Equifax.
With eThority clients can align HR initiatives to the key organisational goals and measure the results, said the company.
eThority CEO Mike Psenka said, "We offer the platform that brings relevant, rich data directly to HR executives, affording them influence — and offerings — within their respective organisations that otherwise is difficult to achieve."