It is estimated that the 2016 Global HR marketplace is valued well over one trillion dollars, with nearly $500 billion in the US alone. Finding the decision maker in an HR department is difficult because no two HR organizations have the same structure or distribution of responsibilities. Understanding the unique roles, functions, and experiences of your targeted HR executives is crucial.
Actionable Intelligence to Reach and Generate Leads with HR Decision Makers
With the DiscoverOrg HR Dataset, companies get the most accurate and actionable information on the most influential human resources executives across 37 industries.
The focus of this dataset is largely centered on Mid-market and Enterprise companies as small firms are more likely to handle HR activities in-house. DiscoverOrg profiled companies with revenue of $50 million or more (with nearly half over $1 billion) and those with more than 500 employees to create this dataset. Companies meeting this criteria are more likely to adopt new technology as a result of the number of HR solutions needed for teams this size.
Direct Access to Decision Makers
Whether organizations are targeting CHROs, HR Directors, or indirectly influencing initiatives through HR generalists, we provide direct access to the people, the context, and the insights needed to become a true HR partner.
HR professionals demonstrate the highest churn rates of any industry professionals. 61% of these professionals have been with their current company less than two years. DiscoverOrg’s team of in-house researchers ensure each contact record is refreshed at least every 90 days for guaranteed 95% accuracy — the most accurate in the industry.
Knowing each HR department varies greatly from the other, the task of identifying and building relationships with the right stakeholders is key — from initial lead generation to opportunity won. DiscoverOrg’s robust sales and marketing intelligence contains in depth org charts with contact data, a suite of tools for a strategic account-based approach, and trigger alerts for leadership changes, vendor turnover, or other industry shake-ups that often signal buying opportunities