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Qualtrics Partners with Korn Ferry

March 8 2019

Another partnership for Qualtrics: today the experience management solutions firm has announced it is teaming up with executive search and management consulting firm Korn Ferry, to build a global service for companies seeking to improve employee experiences.

Byrne Mulrooney and John TorreyThe partnership combines Korn Ferry's organizational methodologies and expertise with Qualtrics' Experience Management (XM) platform, to support firms at 'every stage of the employee journey'. Korn Ferry will become a consulting partner for Qualtrics, providing delivery and advisory services for clients globally; while Korn Ferry will build a Qualtrics XM Solution to assess how engaged and enabled employees feel.

Additionally, Korn Ferry will offer its consulting and advisory services to Qualtrics EmployeeXM customers in more than 50 countries worldwide. This technology allows managers and employees to identify gaps in the employee experience, from recruiting and onboarding to performance management, in order to improve engagement, raise productivity and reduce attrition.

Byrne Mulrooney, CEO Korn Ferry RPO, Professional Search and Products, says his company will use the Qualtrics platform for employee engagement and culture surveys, 360 reviews and social listening. John Torrey, Qualtrics' Chief Ecosystem Officer adds: 'For decades, Korn Ferry clients have confidently made decisions on hiring, developing and engaging their employees. We are excited to combine their expertise with our technology so customers can stay competitive in today's economy where every experience matters'.

Web sites: www.kornferry.com and www.qualtrics.com .

All articles 2006-18 written and edited by Mel Crowther and/or Nick Thomas.

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