On Nov. 3rd, UKG announced that they had acquired Quorbit, a startup in the workforce planning space. UKG, of course, requires no introduction, but Quorbit may need an introduction — they are an Oxford-based (UK-based) technology solution that helps highly-complex organizations create workforce budgets, align work with business goals, and increase the overall accuracy of their planning requirements.
Two years after Ultimate Software and Kronos merged into UKG, the company prepares to march forward under a new leader and emerging culture while remaining fiercely focused on embedding its core values of diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging into its HR technology offerings.
At the UKG Connections analyst summit, the company provided a bright and shining way forward after a tumultuous year for many organizations. UKG unveiled a solid company strategy and a set of solutions to address the real challenges organizations will face in the year ahead. The theme was about working together and leading transformation in times of uncertainty. UKG clearly demonstrated that its approach to the market and helping customers is the top priority.
After many months of painstaking research and conversations with employees, customers, prospects and industry experts, a new, simple but powerful name has emerged — UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group).