Officient voted ‘Coolest HR Tech solution of the year 2018’
published by , on 02/05/2018

On 24/4/2018, during the elevator pitch of the 2nd HR innov & tech Day (powered by HRMinfo), Officient  was elected ‘Coolest HR Tech solution of the year 2018’.

An expert jury’s points represented 60%, and those of the room 40%.

The jury consisted of:

– Roeland Van Dessel (Board Member & Partner Bakker & Partners & former CEO and current Board Advisor UNBOX.Work , Member of the Board Easypay Group)

– Carlien Van den Bril (HR manager Yuki)

– Yannick Rousseau (HR business partner Showpad)

– Béatrice de Mahieu (Chief Innovation Officer at Co.Station)

Officient is allowed to use this title for a year, until the next edition of the HR innov & tech Day.

This second edition of the HR Innovation & Technology Day was attended by 267 participants, almost doubling the number of participants compared to last year.

Officient helps HR departments and management reduce personnel administration. Integrate all employee data in one application, streamline essential HR tasks and discover new insights related to your workforce

In total, 10 suppliers of innovative, web-based HR tools – software packages, apps, web platforms – took part in the elevator pitch: Beeple, Officient, entrili, UQ Talents, integritycheck, Q7 Leader (formerly known as YoumanCapital), Dileoz, Joboxx, Meet Roger and FERN.

See (or /HRITD2018picturesFR) for the pictures of the pitch.

Click here for the Facebook Live Streaming of the pitch (even if you aren’t a Facebook user). Liking and sharing is allowed. 😊

P.S. Are you interested in the 2019 edition of the HR Innovation & Technology Day (as a visitor, speaker during the plenary session, exhibitor, demo or workshop giver, jury member or sponsor)? Mail to

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