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Zugata Introduces Zugata Insights, AI-Powered Analytics to Measure, Improve Performance

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Zugata, the performance management software company that helps organizations build high-performance cultures, today released Zugata Insights, AI-powered analytics that allow companies to measure, monitor, and improve organizational performance. Now, companies are able to extend performance management beyond individuals to the organizational level. With Zugata Insights, HR leaders can measure and manage their company’s culture values, surface and mitigate unconscious bias, and gain a deep understanding of skills and attributes of top performers. ‘Today’s HR leaders are laser focused on improving business outcomes for the company and realize that creating and fostering a high-performance culture is a must,’ said Srinivas Krishnamurti, co-founder and CEO of Zugata. ‘With advanced AI algorithms, Zugata Insights allows them to better understand key factors — culture, bias, and skills — that are leading indicators of business success and be equipped to supercharge them to drive business outcomes like never before’.”

The release goes on, “High-performing companies have recognized that they must measure organizational health as a leading indicator of business outcomes. For example, organizational culture is a predictor of a company’s success, but one that has traditionally been difficult to measure with data. According to Deloitte, 82% of business leaders believe that culture is a potential competitive advantage, but only 28% of survey respondents believe they understand their culture well, and only 19% believe they have the ‘right culture.’ Zugata Insights uses natural language processing and machine learning to aggregate and analyze written feedback about employees. This provides companies with clear data that allows them to strategically measure and improve key factors that drive organizational performance.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Zugata

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