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Nakisa Unveils an Integrated Data Visualization and Talent Management Suite

Thursday, March 15, 2007
SAP HR CONFERENCE, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA -- Nakisa Inc. (Nakisa), a
provider of Visual Workforce Management solutions, unveiled its new
software suite, the Nakisa Talent Management Series. Developed to
extend existing EHRMS implementations, the suite helps streamline and
enrich processes to deliver an end-to-end talent management solution.
"Today organizations want to tackle their talent management processes
in an integrated way," said Nakisa CEO Babak Varjavandi. "Through the
introduction of the Nakisa Talent Management Series, Nakisa is not
only optimizing enterprise's access and insight into talent data, but
we are also simplifying users' ability to take action on talent
issues, to manage succession plans and to execute enterprise talent
initiatives."

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