PeopleAdmin: Talent Management for Successful Student Outcomes

Kermit S. Randa, CEO
PeopleAdmin, a TX based firm strongly believes that the successful student outcomes are directly linked to talented pool of teachers. To this end, the company offers talent management solutions to the educational institutions to enable them automate the teacher hiring process, manage employee performance, and develop audit trails. “We offer talent management solutions making sure schools gain insights to acquire, develop and manage today’s star teachers, so students are given the best chance to succeed,” begins Kermit S. Randa, CEO, PeopleAdmin.

Catering to the talent management needs of K-12 market, PeopleAdmin’s TalentEd Suite makes hiring and evaluating teachers much easier. To improve efficiency, the suite offers tools for the entire talent management process starting from candidate identification and recruiting, applicant tracking and hiring, teacher and staff evaluations, and personnel process management and record-keeping. Similarly, the company’s SelectSuite offers talent management solutions for the higher education markets. It integrates assessments from disparate sources, applies intelligent rules for qualifying and ranking applicants, manages eligible lists, notifies status changes and exam dates, and automates the certification process. The solution standardizes and simplifies hiring practices and automating talent management activities of institutions. Clients can save time and cost spent on a number of HR processes as the suite streamlines recruitment strategy, talent acquisition, and employee retention.

At the K-12 level, PeopleAdmin offers an education job portal for online job search—SchoolSpring. It shows visibility on open positions across school districts, helping them to find a talent fit faster, saving them time and money. Through the portal, clients can directly post on various job websites. “We invest a lot of time and effort in our portal so that we stay in line with clients’ needs and business goals,” elucidates Randa.

PeopleAdmin’s solutions have been used by a number of colleges for planning sustainable growth and improving operational excellence.

We offer talent management solutions making sure schools gain insights to acquire, develop and manage today’s star teachers

“Our solutions help clients engage the right candidates resulting in dramatic financial and time savings,” explains Randa. The success story of Wheaton Warrenville CUSD 200 is a testimony to the company’s talent management solutions. CUSD 200 was challenged with time consuming paper based processes and required a framework ready, automated teacher evaluation system. In addition, they wanted to support on time completion of the evaluation process. PeopleAdmin’s TalentEd suite enabled CUSD 200 to complete all evaluations on time with the ability to share documents and information easily. “TalentEd Perform was able to accommodate all of our needs and was very user friendly and intuitive to manage,” Dr. Robert Rammer, Assistant Superintendent, Wheaton Warrenville CUSD 200.

PeopleAdmin recently added innovative smart start implementation methodology for shorter implementation and upgrade processes. It has also added the Onboard solution to customize forms, workflows and checklists for the onboarding processes that saves time spent on new hires. Forging ahead, the company plans on making enhancements in areas like support services, customer experience, new mobile site capabilities, including new site templates, and even more enhancements to the search committee user experience. “Our priority is to continue to engage with our customers to make it easy for them to get the most out of these enhancements, so they can better focus on student success,” affirms Randa. “Our customers can expect from us a regular cadence of improvements and new tools, as we continue to support them and their academic missions.”


Austin, TX

Kermit S. Randa, CEO

Provides solutions for the K-12 and higher education market to streamline and simplify talent management process