BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Zapoint, Inc., the leader in career management software solutions, is a 2014 Boston Business Journal Pacesetter. The company was recognized as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in Massachusetts at this year’s annual BBJ Pacesetters award breakfast.
“We are extremely proud of this recognition made possible by our exceptional team,” said Chris Twyman, founder and chief executive officer at Zapoint. “The award underscores our drive to deliver innovative solutions to the Human Resource industry and our commitment to help companies build more effective partnerships with their employees.”
Zapoint has developed SkillsMapper, a powerful career development and learning solution for progressive organizations looking to engage, retain and develop their workforce to sustain their competitive advantage. Its strategic partnership with The Kelley School of Business integrates world-class MBA content into SkillsMapper, making it the industry’s first comprehensive career management and learning tool for organizations looking to strengthen the skills of their workforce.
This year, the award program honored 70 privately held businesses that recorded the state’s fastest revenue growth from 2010 through 2013. To be considered, companies needed a baseline of $1 million in revenue for 2013. The ranked list of winners will appear in the April 26th print issue of the Boston Business Journal and the complete list of the 70 select Pacesetters can be seen on the publication’s website http://www.bizjournals.com.
Zapoint is the leader in career management solutions. The company provides Software as a Service (SaaS) applications for career management and organizational development to enterprises, recruitment firms, and universities in North America, Latin America and Europe.
Zapoint’s solutions empower people to take ownership of their future by giving them the tools to analyze and plan their career path in order to make these plans a reality. Incorporating Zapoint solutions into the workplace empowers people to create a clear development path within an enterprise-wide social network. This constructs a sustainable, accountable and transparent approach to the internal talent culture by identifying, rewarding and inspiring employees to expand and hone their professional talents.