How to manage the human resources of your company with a single platform?

The SOGESCLOUD project is a tool that facilitates the management of human resources.

It consists of a system of social computing on a cloud computing environment with a configurable architecture that adapts to the main needs of each company.

The platform works with algorithms, some created specifically for the project and others already existing, that will complete the work of HR professionals by detecting patterns of behaviour, including time off, from historical data, defining job roles, selecting the most suitable employees for the job and performing all the managements tasks of a human resources department that entail an increase in work performance and foster a satisfactory working environment for the employee. The algorithms will be implemented in a Big Data model due to the vast amount of data to process.

The system will draw on live information from employee relations, public social networks and the business culture itself.

The main advantage of the platform consists of the ability to learn from the experiences of users, which means rapid adaptation and continuous improvement of the solutions proposed by the system; additionally, it is a scalable system that adapts to each company.

As an autonomous system capable of evolving with the company, the system will store more and more information from the environment. As a result, it will improve the development of the company’s employees, their motivation and their performance.

To complete the system, mechanisms will be incorporated to ensure information security and data protection. To achieve this, a persistence layer able to accommodate large volumes of information will be designed.

Funded by the Ministry of Industry and Tourism is part of the AEESD call, and is a collaboration between Bisite and the consulting firm Global Optimal Solutions.

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