As companies race to reach their next milestones, it takes not only a team effort but also wise leadership from those who both lead the pack and make important decisions. The “proper team and people,” according to many entrepreneurs, are the most crucial component of any firm.We cannot underestimate the contribution of these HR Tech experts to the global transformation of organisations and workforces, which is unquestionably made possible by the HR technology area.
Women are in charge of some of the biggest businesses in a range of sectors, from technology to banking. Women are not only breaking down barriers; some of them are also altering history by taking up positions that were previously occupied by men.
In an effort to honour female leaders, we have compiled a list of business owners who work primarily in the HR Tech sector.
Yogita Tulsiani, iXceed Solutions:-
Yogita is the Director & Co-founder of iXceed Solutions . The dynamic Ms Yogita Tulsiani is armed with a Master’s in Business Administration from ISB, Hyderabad. The versatile businessperson has more than a decade of experience in Business Development and Consultancy across various industries in the UK, USA, Europe and APAC. Her repertoire includes an illustrious clientele in the Financial Services, Telecom, Retail, Information Technology and Learning industries like Genpact Headstrong and HP.
Asma Thorve, Empowered LMS:-
Asma is the co-founder of Empowered LMS, Asma is an experienced professional with 20+ years of industry experience. A large part of this has been spent in the learning technology space, thus making her an industry veteran who has seen the learning technology space evolve over this period. With marque customers using their solutions, Enthralltech is an established player in this space. Her company won the Asia Tech Innovation award in 2016 thus underlying the innovative solution they bring to their customers.
Geetha Prabhu, WorkFlexi.in:-
Geetha Prabhu is the Founder of WorkFlexi.in.With the growing need of flexible work in organizations of all sizes, Geetha is looking to solve the problem through her solution. By connecting companies with individuals seeking these flexible work assignments she is addressing a key gap in the talent acquisition solution set in the Indian HR Tech space. With her deep expertise in market research one would assume that she has enough insights about this space to solve this challenge.
Shelly Singh, PeopleStrong:-
Shelly Singh is the co-founder of PeopleStrong . After a short stint as HR professional Shelly identified a business challenge and co-founded PeopleStrong in 2002. Since then PeopleStrong has grown to be one of the most successful entrepreneurial journeys in the Indian ecosystem. As a chief business officer, she continues to build a strong brand for the organization while also anchoring the strategic and operational initiatives at PeopleStrong. She was identified as “Thought leader of the year” in 2014 by the HRO Today, Asia Pacific forum.