...we have been in the forefront of innovation by collaborating with human resource professionals to mitigate hiring risks...
Arlington Heights, IL (PRWEB) August 22, 2014
Aurico Reports, Inc. is proud to announce its nomination for the 2014 Chicago Innovation Awards. In its ongoing commitment to the development and launch of innovative pre- and post- employment background screening and drug testing products and services, it has been selected to compete with other businesses that generate novel solutions to important problems.
The Chicago Innovation Awards is the Chicago region’s foremost recognition of talented leaders and their visionary spirit. Nominees cut across all industries, sizes, and sectors, and represent the broad spectrum that reflects Chicago’s diverse business landscape. The Chicago Innovation Awards celebrates the breadth of creative spirit, unique to the Chicago public and private business community, by igniting a new narrative for the region and strengthening its economic future.
“We are honored to be recognized in the very city where our company was founded in 1991”, said owner and CEO of Aurico Reports, Inc., Joel Goldberg. “For almost a quarter of a century, we have been in the forefront of innovation by collaborating with human resource professionals to mitigate hiring risks, forecast talent acquisition trends, and create a positive job candidate experience.”
Aurico's nomination stems from the design and development of WebACE™, their cloud based proprietary platform that assists recruiters and hiring managers with the ordering, retrieval, and reporting of background screening and drug testing products and services. Using cutting edge technology, WebACE™ integrates with a variety of HR applications and enterprise software to create workflow efficiencies and seamless business connectivity.
Chicago’s economy is growing and Aurico has created innovative technology to support and shape the future of the region. “We have launched robust technology and best in breed processes to deliver trusted results. Today we are focusing on the next generation of screening challenges, helping new geographies, new industries, and new stakeholders create safer work environments,” said Goldberg.