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iCIMS CEO Named on Annual List of HR Industry Leaders

Colin Day included in HRO Today’s annual editor’s list as a leader in HR technology for third consecutive year

MATAWAN, N.J. [February 3, 2017] iCIMS, Inc., a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) talent acquisition solutions, announces the inclusion of its Chief Executive Officer, Colin Day, on the HRO Today magazine list of 2016 Superstars, for recruiting and talent acquisition technology providers.

Annually, HRO Today recognizes a select group of executives in the industry for their forward thinking and innovative practices. For three consecutive years Day has been recognized on the list, and this year he joins fellow technology category honorees Mike Ettling, president of SuccessFactors, Les Rechan, president and CEO of Halogen, and David Ossip, CEO of Ceridian.

“I am continuously impressed by the accomplishments of this company and how far we’ve come in just a year’s time,” said iCIMS Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Colin Day. “We know that when our customers win, we win, and when our customers grow, we grow alongside them. With the 2016 launch of UNIFi, we look to continue to provide our customers with a dedicated platform to help manage all of their talent acquisition needs within one simplified workflow, offering one view of performance analytics so they can make smart hiring decisions.”

The 2016 Superstars Directory recognizes three categories of leadership, each with a significant impact on the success equation: Providers, Practitioners, and Advisors/Analysts. Providers deliver the services that practitioners leverage, and advisors/analysts offer expertise and guidance.

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About iCIMS

iCIMS is the talent cloud company that empowers organizations to attract, engage, hire and advance the right talent that builds a diverse, winning workforce. iCIMS accelerates transformation for a community of nearly 6,000 customers, including 40% of the Fortune 100, that collectively employ more than 33 million people around the world.