BOSTON, August 30, 2022 (Newswire.com) – 3Sixty Insights today announced the winners of several awards for participants in its research. Each recipient of this year’s four awards displayed leadership and performed work that led to exceptional outcomes highlighted in 3Sixty Insights’ reports documenting their success. Based on the published research and related source material, winners were chosen for four awards: Excellence in Experience, Best HR Transformation, Best Digital Transformation, and Best Cultural Transformation.
Excellence in Experience – UKG: 3Sixty Insights’ research into the user experience over the past 12+ months has unearthed incontrovertible evidence that UKG retains and wins business by paying uncommonly deep attention to customer success with existing and potential users alike. In the Anatomy of a Decision™ titled “UKG’s Winning of DAC Group’s Business Proves That Client Success Begins Well Before the Sale,” Karam Tawfiq, global leader of HR at DAC and a member of 3Sixty Insights’ Global Executive Advisory Council, explains why “white glove of white glove” service led him to choose UKG over its competitors, including the provider whose solution UKG is now replacing at DAC. Also illustrating UKG’s focus on customer success is a Case Study titled “Core-Mark International Empowers Its People with Centralized HR Operations Powered by UKG.” The report states, “Customers of […] UKG can look to Core-Mark’s experience as proof-positive that they can expect much flexibility, attention, and accommodation long-term in their journey with the vendor and in determining how to utilize UKG.”
Best HR Transformation – Connie Isaacson, Vice President of HR, Kensington Bank: A Case Study titled “Central Minnesotan Kensington Bank Reports Success in Implementing and Expanding isolved via Partnership with AssetHR” explores Kensington Bank’s need for modern HR software to replace hard copy paper trails, email and spreadsheets. AssetHR’s high-touch service, ongoing, has helped the bank in sourcing, implementing, deploying, optimizing and expanding the use of isolved People Cloud. Isaacson led this HR transformation at Kensington Bank, where newfound efficiencies have alleviated HR’s administrative load.
Best Digital Transformation – Melissa Blevins, Security Administrative Services Department Manager, Cleveland Clinic: The Case Study titled “SilkRoad Technology Engages with Cleveland Clinic to Implement and Support Custom Deployment of RedCarpet Onboarding” recounts Blevins achieving her vision to replace a digitally archaic system to meet Cleveland Clinic’s needs in the complex, recurring annual onboarding of tens of thousands of contractors, students, visiting researchers, volunteers, and others. A deployment of SilkRoad Technology’s RedCarpet Onboarding custom-made for Cleveland Clinic streamlined compliance and lessened manual workflow. Blevins redeployed the equivalent of eight full-time employees in areas of more strategic value to the organization.
Best Cultural Transformation – Diona Perkovic, Senior People & Culture Business Partner, Convergent Media Group: Perkovic was tracking employees’ performance in spreadsheets and Google. Knowing automation would free up time for bigger-picture projects, she sourced Engagedly, whose OKR-based approach she liked. The Anatomy of a Decision titled “Engagedly Helps Customers Provide and Manage Modern, Positive Employee Experience” details how CMG has since seen a major, positive cultural shift vis-à-vis employees’ relationship to the evaluation of their performance.
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