hyperCision and HC Labs Demonstrate That Charity Speaks Louder Than Tsotchkes
Chicago, IL. — March 22, 2014— hyperCision Inc. and HC Labs collaboratively announced today that the companies have redirected dollars historically used to win the attention of potential clients at HR2014, an industry trade show, toward helping Girlstart, an organization dedicated to increasing girls’ interest and engagement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
“Our organizations have always been actively involved with charitable causes,” said Sharon Newton, hyperCision’s Founding Partner. "So this year, together with our business partner, HC Labs, we’ve decided to get our clients, prospects, and vendors in on the fun.” hyperCision and HC Labs announced this decision to all of their clients and vendors before the event, and signage was posted at their HR2014 tradeshow booth, declaring that a donation would be made to Girlstart for every person who visited the booth and allowed their badge to be scanned. “We felt very strongly that this would be a win for everyone,” said Jason Ichen, co-Founder of HC Labs. “We thought that more people would allow us to scan their badges, knowing that it was for such a great cause, than if we offered them a chance to win an iPad or something similar. In essence, we knew that doing a good thing for charity would do a good thing for our businesses as well.”
hyperCision and HC Labs were proven right when they received more leads than in any previous year. “While the attendance at this event was unexpectedly low, there was an overwhelmingly positive reaction from all of the attendees that saw our signage,” said Ms. Newton. In fact, the companies were so pleased by the positive feedback received from HR2014 conference attendees, they decided to increase the donation amount per scanned attendee from the planned $2 to $10. With the increased donation, hyperCision and HC Labs ended up donating a total of $1670 dollars. “We just wanted to make sure that Girlstart received a donation that would really make a difference,” said Mr. Ichen.
hyperCision is an SAP and SuccessFactors partner that has built its reputation by consistently delivering objective, trustworthy and industry-leading HR consulting services. Since 2001, hyperCision has implemented and optimized SAP HCM, learning, and talent management solutions for highly complex regulated clients. More recently, through their partnership with SuccessFactors, hyperCision has extended their solution set to include on-premise, in-cloud and hybrid solutions for HCM, Talent and Learning solutions. To reduce risk and increase the speed of migration from SAP Enterprise Learning to the SuccessFactors LMS, hyperCision has also developed an SAP-Qualified Rapid Deployment Solution (RDS).
About HC Labs
HC Labs is an SAP partner specializing in developing rapid and innovative enhancements for the Learning Solution based on best practices, regulatory changes and customer demand. Since the 2010 initial release of RegLearn, their SAP-certified add-on for LSO, the technical and industry experts at HC Labs have continued to deliver major improvements in the usability, functionality, and reporting capabilities of this LMS, which has led to increased automation, improved user adoption, and a reduction in the overall cost of training compliance for their clients.
Girlstart’s mission is to increase girls’ interest and engagement in STEM through innovative, nationally-recognized, informal STEM education programs. By empowering more girls to continue STEM studies, we can help address our nation’s STEM workforce inequities and impact innovation and economic development in America and across the globe.
Founded in Austin, Texas, in 1997, Girlstart is the only community-based informal STEM education nonprofit in the nation specifically dedicated to empowering and equipping girls in STEM through year-round STEM educational programming. To accomplish its mission, Girlstart develops and implements a range of innovative, research- and standards-based education and mentorship programs designed to promote girls’ early engagement and academic success in STEM, encourage girls' aspirations and persistence in STEM education and careers, and incubate a talented and diverse STEM workforce.