Workforce Logiq, an Orlando, Florida-based provider of workforce management software and services to large corporations, acquired Engage Talent, a Charleston, SC-based predictive analytics and AI software company.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
The acquisition will equip Workforce Logiq customers with proprietary benchmarks and real-time intelligence to find, engage, hire, and retain the top candidates in the market.
Led by Joseph Hanna, founder and CEO, Engage Talent uses AI predictive models with data from 40,000 external sources to deliver the most holistic and validated talent intelligence worldwide. Companies including Allstate, Dell, and Saint Gobain use them to improve talent acquisition, candidate engagement, competitive intelligence, and labor market analytics.
Led by Jim Burke, CEO, Workforce Logiq provides expert guidance, real-time analytics and patented and patent-pending technologies, including Managed Service Provider (MSP), Vendor Management System (VMS) and Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) solutions to clients in 50+ countries,
Backed by The Carlyle Group, the company allows clients to attain management, performance, and financial control over their talent supply chains. Powered by more than 1,000 workforce management experts, Workforce Logiq currently manages 8,000 active global supplier relationships and $3 billion in spend globally.
The company has its European headquarters is in Stockholm, Sweden.
Joseph Hanna will join the company’s executive leadership team as Chief Strategy Officer, Workforce Logiq and Managing Director, ENGAGE Talent. Tim Yates, most recently the CEO of Monster Worldwide and current member of ENGAGE’s Board of Directors, will join Workforce Logiq’s Board.