The beta of Velaku was released today – the next generation Employee Experience Platform (EXP) that’s light-years ahead of any portal that’s come before.

Velaku enables companies to re-imagine their digital HR experience by providing employees, managers and HR professionals with a single-source-of-truth platform that engages employees, energizes teams, and streamlines HR service delivery, communications and support.

“Building on over 20 years of experience in the intranet, HR Portal and SharePoint space, we’ve created a revolutionary EXP solution that is far more seamless, intuitive, collaborative and cost effective than the older generations of HR portals,” says Michael Rudnick, CEO. “We’re thrilled that Velaku joins the new HR and workforce productivity software category called Employee Experience Platform – which was recently defined by leading HR technology analyst Josh Bersin – as the first EXP solution built 100% in native SharePoint Modern and Office 365.”

By deploying Velaku directly into an organization’s existing Office365 tenant, the user experience benefits from a fully integrated experience, including search, branding, messaging, content management, security, identity and authentication.

Velaku’s rapid and unmatched implementation timeframe dramatically reduces costs and delivers value far faster to end-users and HR.

“By design, Velaku provides employees, managers and HR with the quality of digital experience they’ve come to expect from consumer apps,” explains Susan Sanders, Chief Product Officer, “putting content, communication and support directly in the flow of work – when and where people need it, on any device.”

Velaku beta was released on February 15 and v1.0 ships on June 1, 2019.  Visit www.velaku.com or contact info@velaku.com to schedule a demo today.

“Building on over 20 years of experience in the intranet, HR Portal and SharePoint space, we’ve created a revolutionary EXP solution that is far more seamless, intuitive, collaborative and cost effective than the older generations of HR portals.”

Michael Rudnick, CEO