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SEATTLE, Aug. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Modelit, a top-notch Salesforce partner, celebrates its 10th anniversary of offering top-quality implementation and development services to its clients.

"It's been an amazing journey. It's been full of experiences, it's been full of learning, and most importantly, it's been great getting to know so many talented people in the Salesforce ecosystem along the way. I want to thank our team for their hard work and commitment, and our clients and partners for the trust they put in us. We can't wait to see what we achieve in the next 10 years!"  -Diego Febles, Co-Founder

A Look Back

When the company began in 2012, Modelit consisted of only three team members. Since then, it has blossomed into the successful company that it is today. Over the years, Modelit has achieved such accomplishments as becoming a Salesforce Ridge Partner, becoming a PDO Partner, completing over 100 successful projects, and obtaining numerous certifications and specializations for its team members. Modelit is proud to have two Salesforce MVPs as part of its team, a privilege for a company of our scale, of which one even had the opportunity to speak publicly at the annual Dreamforce event. Now, with a team of more than 40 professionals, Modelit continues to thrive as a trusted Salesforce partner.

Company Values

Modelit's purpose has always been to empower organizations and individuals with Salesforce and technology, so that they can grow and thrive. The company takes pride in its core values, which are principal to each and every solution that it delivers. A team-oriented and forward-thinking approach allows experts to show up for clients time and again, constantly increasing the value of our customers' Salesforce investments. Building trust with clients, remaining committed to project outcomes, and maintaining strong communication throughout are crucial to the reliability that Modelit has provided for its clients over the last 10 years.

"Putting people first played a very important role in achieving this success and creating an atmosphere of respect and trust. When there are people who are passionate about what they do, working in a good environment where sharing their knowledge is encouraged and motivated, working as a team towards the same goal is the key to constantly learning, improving and delivering quality products to customers. I would not trade my role at Modelit for anything."  -Pablo Vigil, Team Lead, Sr. Software Developer

Forging Ahead

Modelit looks forward to continuing its journey, focused on becoming a top Summit Partner. The company will continue to strive for a cohesive team of Salesforce-certified members, hoping to be recognized as the top Salesforce consulting and development company in the Americas. The future looks bright for Modelit.

As a way of commemorating these last 10 years and celebrating what lies ahead, Modelit will be hosting a giveaway on its website. Keeping in line with the company's core values, the first 100 new subscribers will receive a copy of one of our top three recommended books.

About Modelit

Modelit is a highly rated Salesforce partner built by certified and experienced experts offering services in custom development, CRM configurations, and AppExchange app development. The company has offices in the U.S. and Latin America, operating within similar time zones as its customers and collaborating in real-time. Modelit is dedicated to helping its clients maximize their Salesforce investments by providing an aligned customer experience, faster time-to-market, and lower total cost of engagement.

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Killexams : Revature and Salesforce expand partnership to build a talent pipeline trained and certified in Salesforce B2B Commerce Cloud

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RESTON, Va., Aug 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) -- RESTON, Va., Aug. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Revature, the largest employer of entry-level technology talent in the United States, and Salesforce, the global leader in Customer Relationship Management (CRM), today announced a program to train and certify emerging tech talent in Commerce Cloud, a cloud-first solution that allows brands to deliver exceptional digital buying experiences for B2B buyers and rapidly adapt to market dynamics and customer needs.

Revature and Salesforce first partnered in 2020 to build a talent pipeline of certified Salesforce Developers, Salesforce Administrators and Salesforce Consultants to power the Salesforce economy. Today's announcement expands upon this mission to meet the growing demand for tech talent trained and certified in Salesforce Commerce Cloud using Revature's industry-leading approach. The program will be rolled out in phases, with the first phase focusing on the B2B Commerce solution and later expanding to other in-demand areas such as Order Management and B2C Commerce.

"At Revature, we train entry-level talent on the most in-demand skills and certifications, with real-world applications on their resume before they ever set foot in a client's office," said Anurag Gupta, SVP, Head of Product Partnerships at Revature. "This is exactly what we've partnered with Salesforce to accomplish. Online retailing and ecommerce has taken the world by storm leading to a significant demand for technology talent and through this partnership, we are connecting talent with opportunity."

As a Salesforce Trailhead Authorized Training Partner and Salesforce Talent Alliance Workforce Development Partner, Revature will leverage its best-in-class hire-train-deploy model to recruit, train, certify and place new graduates from its network of 700+ university and college partners. Revature is now the first Salesforce B2B Commerce Cloud authorized Workforce Development and Training Partner.

"Ecommerce has revolutionized the way our world operates, and businesses are increasingly turning to Salesforce B2B Commerce Cloud to help them navigate inherent B2B ecommerce challenges, generate more revenue, and lower costs," said Don Lynch, SVP, Cloud Solution Alliances at Salesforce. "In expanding our partnership with Revature, we are giving our customers and partners access to proven Salesforce-ready talent to help them power these initiatives."

To learn more about Revature's training program for Salesforce B2B Commerce, click here.

About Revature
Revature is the largest employer of emerging technology talent in the U.S. and the talent development partner of choice for Fortune 500 companies, government organizations and top systems integrators. Since its founding, Revature has trained over 10,000 software engineers in 55 technical disciplines, recruited talent from 700 universities, and deployed them to blue chip companies throughout the U.S.

Revature's mission is to create a pathway for qualified candidates from diverse experiences and educational backgrounds to reach their potential as technology professionals. Graduates of the Revature program work on innovative, challenging and rewarding software development projects across the United States. Revature has committed to training one million developers over the next decade.

Learn more at and follow @WeAreRevature on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Killexams : AdvoLogix powers integration between iManage and Salesforce Sales Cloud

SUGAR LAND, Texas, Aug. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --  AdvoLogix®, a leading provider of cloud-based enterprise legal management solutions for Law Firms, Legal Departments, and Government Agencies, today announced the availability of a new integration between iManage and the Salesforce platform, which allows users at law firms, corporate legal departments and public sector organizations, to access their iManage workspaces, folders, documents and emails – right from within their Salesforce platform – eliminating the friction of switching between two different environments.

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"The iManage – to Salesforce integration, powered by AdvoLogix, supports our goal of meeting users where they work and transforming how they get work done," said Clint Crosier, General Counsel at iManage. "The ability to manage and browse iManage content from the context of a Salesforce record is a gamechanger for professionals who spend large portions of their day within Salesforce, but need quick, secure access to content in iManage, such as contracts, legal agreements, and other key work products."

Through its research and development division, AdvoLogix, a technology partner of iManage, developed this integration with Salesforce Sales Cloud for global availability. Fully compliant with all Salesforce security and compliance requirements, the app is available for purchase on the Salesforce AppExchange, as well as directly from iManage.

"iManage is a leading knowledge work platform and AdvoLogix is a leading cloud-based enterprise legal management platform for legal entities," said Dan Bellopede, Chief Revenue Officer at AdvoLogix. "It only made sense to create a way for the benefits of one to extend to the other, which is what the iManage – Salesforce integration has achieved. It's an example of strength building on strength." The integration can be added to any record within Salesforce and then mapped to an iManage workspace. Previously, users had to exit their Salesforce workflow to manage documents. Now, they can upload, download, or view documents through the integrated solution.

"iManage is a valuable addition to AppExchange, putting valuable documents at professionals' fingertips, helping to transform how business development, marketing, and other departments within law firms and organizations interact with lawyers and legal teams on the critical documents they manage," said Woodson Martin, GM of Salesforce AppExchange. "AppExchange is constantly evolving to connect customers with the right apps and experts for their business needs."

For more information about iManage, powered by AdvoLogix, and the benefits it can bring to your organization please contact your account representative or visit: In addition, both iManage and AdvoLogix will be exhibiting vendors at the International Legal Technology Conference from August 21-25 in National Harbor, Maryland. To learn more about the integration please visit iManage at Booth #421 and AdvoLogix at Booth #807.

About AdvoLogix®

Founded in 2006, AdvoLogix is a leading enterprise legal management solution that helps law firms, general counsel and state and local governments automate processes and simplify legal matter management. The AdvoLogix cloud-based enterprise solution centralizes matter management, conforms to unique workflows and practice standards, and provides industry-leading security and reliability. AdvoLogix offers comprehensive configuration and integration with thousands of add-on applications to extend the solution to meet specific business needs. For more information, visit and follow AdvoLogix on Twitter @AdvoLogix.

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Salesforce AppExchange, the world's leading enterprise cloud marketplace, empowers companies, developers and entrepreneurs to build, market and grow in entirely new ways. With more than 7,000 listings, 10 million customer installs and 117,000 peer reviews, AppExchange connects customers of all sizes and across industries to ready-to-install or customizable apps and Salesforce-certified consultants to solve any business challenge.

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Killexams : The password paradigm at Identiverse 2022

We know there are problems with passwords. It seems no matter what we do to make them more secure – criminals are one step ahead of us. From shifting advice on creating a good password (make it one you can remember, use an algorithm, make it a passphrase, don’t use 12345!) to using a password manager. Passwords are an attractive attack target. From the Morris Worm to today’s database breaches that feed the dark web commerce – passwords are seen as a problem to be solved. But there are two main theories on how to solve that problem – Improve passwords or do away with them all together.

One of the main themes at Identiverse and in the IAM community right now has to do with the password paradigm. Can passwords be improved or should we embrace a new passwordless paradigm with biometrics? Spoiler: I think we can both Improve passwords and explore a passwordless paradigm. Here’s the roundup of these sessions at Identiverse 2022.

Going passwordless

Microsoft and FIDO made a big splash at Identiverse promoting FIDO’s passwordless solution and newly released passkeys.

Andrew Shikiar the executive director at FIDO Alliance held ‘The State of Passwordless Authentication’ describing the paradigm shift from knowledge-based credentials (what’s in your head) to possession based credentials (what’s in your hand). FIDO’s goal is to reduce the possibility of credential based attacks.

Jackie Comp and Rolf Lindemann, both from Nok Nok Labs, gave real world examples during their session ‘Where to Start Your Passwordless Customer Journey? Five Real Deployment Use Cases and Best Practices.’ Tim Cappalli and Scott Bingham from Microsoft presented ‘Hey FIDO, Meet Passkey!’ Passkeys are designed to help scale FIDO adoption in the consumer space.

Tom Sheffield, senior director, Cybersecurity at Target shared real world experience implementing FIDO in his ‘Insights from Target’s Enterprise Journey to Adopt FIDO.’

Improving the password

While we dream of a new passwordless world, passwords aren’t going away anytime soon. Multi Factor authentication is useful, but can be a challenge to execute to a broad customer base.

Ian Glazer, SVP Identity at Salesforce, shared his ‘Lessons on the Road to Complete Customer MFA Adoption’ on the challenges of launching MFA to Salesforce customers. It’s an inspiring story sharing the challenges and successes of the Salesforce journey.

Mike Schwartz from Gluu made a compelling case for the password in his ‘Bring Back the Password — But Do it Right This Time.’ Schwartz points out that passwords are not going away anytime soon, and there are ways we can Improve them using MFA. He says that fixing passwords is about fixing the UI of authentication to make it easy for users to continuously authenticate. His solution utilizes keyboard dynamics as a behavioral biometric.


To solve the password problem, we need to Improve current solutions and build better ones simultaneously — and in order to give customers the most secure experience, both sides need to collaborate and learn from each other. If you missed Identiverse, these sessions will be available on demand in the coming months.

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Heather Vescent is a digital identity industry thought leader and futurist with more than a decade of experience delivering strategic intelligence consulting to governments, corporations and entrepreneurs. Vescent’s research has been covered in the New York Times, CNN, American Banker, CNBC, Fox and the Atlantic. She is co-author of the The Secrets of Spies, The Cyber Attack Survival Manual and The Comprehensive Guide to Self Sovereign Identity.

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SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Thunder, a Salesforce and Copado consulting partner, announced the closure of a second growth capital investment with participation from existing investors and Salesforce Ventures to support its continual growth. This coincides with its second anniversary celebration.

Thunder helps organizations make the most of their Salesforce experience, with a team of seasoned professionals that connect processes, platforms, and people.

“It’s amazing how far we’ve come in only two years,” explains Carter Wigell, Thunder’s CEO. “I’ve always known that by focusing on culture, we’d build an incredible company together. Nothing is more important than making sure that the team is happy, and that our customers are successful.”

Wigell, a three-time founder and former Salesforce, Accenture, and WeWork executive said:

“We’re delighted to be backed by Salesforce Ventures again. We continually strive to be a positive force within the ecosystem. It’s exciting to be backed by an organization that not only surpasses customer expectations, but whose core values center around employee wellbeing and giving back. It’s one reason we’re able to continually expand our team with such exceptional talent.”

This investment round fuels Thunder’s continued expansion into key areas of cloud innovation and customer experience, as well as staff growth.

To celebrate, Thunder is offering Salesforce customers free health checks and optimization roadmaps. Visit

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Killexams : Woman-led AI firm partners with Schwab to bring to automation, learning tools to affiliated RIAs

As the wealth management industry continues to embrace artificial intelligence solutions with open arms, a female-founded AI fintech and one of the biggest names in the business are joining forces.

CogniCor, the California-based provider of an AI-powered business automation and learning platform, has entered an agreement with Charles Schwab to have information about its suite of solutions shared with Schwab-affiliated RIAs via the Schwab Provider Listings program.

The first customer benefitting from the new collab is Sequoia Financial Group, an RIA in Akron, Ohio, with more than $10 billion in assets. It’s one of Schwab’s largest affiliates.

CogniCor co-founder and CEO Sindhu Joseph believes AI-enabled digital assistants can be leveraged to alleviate many of the issues associated with significant M&A growth within the industry. 

As M&A growth remains high, there is a greater need for scalable solutions that facilitate the efficient onboarding and education of new advisors, new account openings and helping clients transition existing accounts to an advisor's new firm.

Joseph said her firm’s listing by Schwab aims to answer the calls for these solutions from the nation's leading RIAs.

"Currently, advisors and employees are forced to spend around 40% of their time executing routine, manual tasks,” Joseph said. “This time should be devoted to serving clients and performing other value-generative activities. Using our business automation and learning platforms, RIAs can fuel further growth opportunities for their business and customers." 

Sequoia is also helping CogniCor test “Meeting Assistant,” the firm's latest AI-enabled solution, on a large scale. The system works with advisors and the firm's current Salesforce-based CRM to automate pre- and post-meeting paperwork, create dynamic agendas and help track life events and milestones for customers in real time. 

"As we looked to Improve our advisors' efficiency without any impact to the client experience, we identified the administrative processes around the client-advisor meeting as an area ripe for improvement," said Trevor Chuna, chief technology officer with Sequoia. "Working closely with CogniCor, we selected several areas in which we believe this technology can reduce the time spent on repetitive administrative activities. We are extremely pleased to roll these seamlessly integrated tools to our advisors in the coming months." 

Joseph added that she is excited for the opportunity to provide Sequoia advisors AI-backed tools to help them “focus on what matters most — the relationships with clients."

The announcement comes as more support of AI rolls in from across the industry. A survey of 200 financial services professionals conducted in May and shared this week by Broadridge Financial Solutions found artificial intelligence to be among the top investment priorities for financial services firms.

Nearly a quarter (23%) of respondents in the Broadridge survey identified AI and automation as their firm’s priority investment. Only data management tools polled higher with 27% of respondents ranking it the highest.

"In today's rapidly evolving world, an optimized workflow is crucial and good, clean data is key," Vijay Mayadas, president of capital markets at Broadridge, said in a statement. "And yet, firms are drowning in the complexity of managing and simplifying data without the technology and digital infrastructures in place to support its management, stifling transparency, agility and growth."

The research also found that finance pros are eager to get started. More than half of the respondents said their firms still have progress to make before they reach the advanced stages of their innovation and technology efforts.

Agreements like the one between CogniCor and Schwab may be able to help.

"We hear from clients and the survey findings highlight how firms are overwhelmed with the amount of data and limited in how to use it," said Mayadas. "By assessing one’s tech stack and partnering with trusted providers, firms have the opportunity to maximize the capability of their data and Improve their workflow management."

Consulting firm Accenture also recently offered up research that bodes well for the future of AI in wealth management. Its “AI in Wealth Management” survey polled 500 financial advisors in the United States and Canada earlier this year to “fairly assess their familiarity of AI and what, if any, disconnects exist when it comes to using this technology.”

The response was enthusiastic as almost all of the surveyed advisors want AI solutions and are already using AI to some extent.

About 83% of advisors interviewed said they believe AI will have a direct, measurable and consistent impact on the client-advisor relationship in the next 18 months. That same percentage of advisors also said they believe AI can achieve a level of sophisticated advice and planning that will ultimately leave them competing with an algorithm for clients in the next 18 months.

But there are hurdles. Five out of 10 advisors in the Accenture survey feel like their firms are held back from acting on their AI vision because of outdated firm culture.

Information in a previous version of this story was incorrect. CogniCor has entered an agreement to be listed on the Schwab Advisor Services Provider Listings website, which Schwab offers to RIAs to help them research and select third-party technology solutions. The firm has not entered a formal partnership to provide solutions via the Managed Account Marketplace. The incorrect information in a previous version of this story was due to an erroneous news release.

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Killexams : UK Government signs procurement memo of understanding with Salesforce, but are more needed to prevent a cloud oligopoly?

The UK Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) procurement body has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Salesforce to make it easier and cheaper for public sector organizations to buy from the supplier.

According to Philip Orumwense, Commercial Director and Chief Technology Procurement Officer at CCS:

The agreement will further ensure increased collaboration and aggregation of government and wider public sector spend to achieve increased automation, forecasting, reporting and customer engagement management tools.

The main items on the Salesforce MoU are:

  • A discount on licences (Salesforce, Mulesoft, Tableau & Slack) and services for eligible UK public sector bodies, including health bodies.
  • Free experimentation projects, so that eligible bodies can test and learn how Salesforce solutions can be used to meet their requirements.
  • Direct access to a panel of Salesforce’s SME implementation partners.
  • Discounted training and support.
  • A discounted trial of Salesforce’s Net Zero Cloud, supporting the UK government’s drive towards Net Zero.

Salesforce has a number of UK public sector customers, including the Health Service Executive, Department for Works & Pensions, various local authorities and CCS itself.

More MoUs

CCS has signed a number of such MoUs in accurate years with cloud suppliers, including the likes of Oracle, Google and Microsoft. Oracle’s agreement was first signed as far back as 2012 with an updated  and expanded deal signed last year. At that time, Orumwense commented:

This enhanced Memorandum of Understanding will continue to deliver savings and benefits for new and existing public sector customers using Oracle's cloud based technologies. It will continue delivering value for money whilst supporting public sector customers' journey to the cloud.

Expanding the list of suppliers offering cloud services has become a political agenda item in the UK as legislators have queried the amount of business that has gone to Amazon Web Services (AWS). As of February last year, some £75 million of contracts had been awarded in the previous 12 months.

Lord Maude, who previously ran the UK Cabinet Office where he waged a war on excessively priced tech contracts and essentially began the MoU process in earnest as part of his reforms, was quoted as warning:

When it comes to hosting, we've regressed into allowing a small group, and one vendor, in particular, to dominate. If you take a view of the government as simply as a customer, it makes absolutely no sense for the government to be overly dependent on one supplier. No one would sensibly do that.

The Salesforce MoU looks well-timed as CCS recently launched a tender for a range of cloud services in a set of deals that could be worth up to £5 billion in total. Procurement notices have been issued under the G-Cloud 13 framework, covering cloud hosting, cloud software and cloud support, with a further lot for migration and set-up services to follow. Contracts can last for 3 years with an option to extend by a further year.

Eligible suppliers must be able to offer services in the following capabilities:

  • Planning - the provision of planning services to enable customers to move to cloud software and/or hosting services;
  • Setup and Migration- the provision of setup and migration services which involves the process of consolidating and transferring a collection of workloads. Workloads can include emails, files, calendars, document types, related metadata, instant messages, applications, user permissions, compound structure and linked components.
  • Security services - Maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of services and information, and protect services against threats.
  • Quality assurance and performance testing - Continuously ensure that a service does what it’s supposed to do to meet user needs efficiently and reliably.
  • Training
  • Ongoing support - Support user needs by providing help before, during and after service delivery.

My take

Having a wider range of potential providers operating under such MoUs is crucial for government to deliver value for taxpayers money.

Those of us who lived through the crusading days of Maude insisting that tech vendors - mostly large US systems houses and consultancies - come back to the negotiating table, tear up their existing contracts and start from scratch, have been dismayed, but not surprised, that the so-called ‘oligopoly’ simply had to sit it out and wait for a change of government/minister to get things back to ‘normal’.

There were successes that linger. The UK’s G-Cloud framework was a triumph when set up and continues to do good work. As an aside, and given this article has been triggered by a Salesforce announcement, I do remember talking to CEO Marc Benioff in London prior to the formal announcement of G-Cloud and how it would work.   

At the time there was a heavy push from certain quarters to make G-Cloud all about virtualization and private cloud rather than the public cloud push it was to become. I asked Benioff if he thought this was the right direction of travel and got a very firm rebuttal as he told me:

The UK government is way behind in this, and way too much into virtualization…Government needs to stop hiding behind the private cloud.

I was in good company - Benioff had been in at the Cabinet Office the previous day and given Maude the same message.  Thirteen years on, the Public Cloud First policy that was shaped later that year still stands, but progress hasn’t been made at the rate that was promised back in those heady launch days and which needs to be achieved.

In 2022, there’s the risk of a different sort of oligopoly, as the concern around AWS' grip on government contracts suggests - and not just in the UK -  but unfortunately there’s no sign of a Maude to take charge this time and bang the negotiating table.

Instead the Secretary of State with responsibility for digital thinks the internet has been around for ten years and retweets memes of politicians being stabbed. Meanwhile a putative, unelected new Prime Minster has just announced that she (somehow) intends to redesign the internet into adults-only and kid-friendly versions. Sigh. 

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Killexams : Looking For Talent? Find Out How To Hire Disabled Workers

Most disabled job seekers never get an interview with a potential employer, and the reasons are as complicated as they are disappointing. But one thing is clear. The number of people living in this world with either a visible or invisible disability—and no job or low wages— is double that of their non-disabled counterparts. That’s unacceptable.

It doesn't have to be this way, thanks to a new breed of job recruitment platforms that help disabled people and inclusive companies search for the perfect talent match. If you are familiar with platforms like Indeed or ZipRecruiter, you’ll immediately see how these disability-focused websites and databases level the playing field and showcase disabled talent with the respect and reach they deserve.

There isn’t one kind of site—each has its own take on job promotion, fees for services and who qualifies to use them. But all of them are used by top businesses in sectors including hospitality, (Delta, Hilton), healthcare (American Red Cross, UnitedHealthcare Group), finance (Charles Schwab, Mass Mutual), tech (Salesforce, What’sApp) and more. Some sites on this list act as databases that allow you to discreetly disclose the accommodations you might need at work, others are skill-building sites that give people free training and then promote their profile to suitable future employers. They work with employers as passionately as they work with job seekers. The goal is jobs, jobs, jobs.

As often as possible, I tried to include those that are both run by and for people with disabilities. I have tested many of these, at least the ones that cater to neurodivergent job seekers, because I am ADHD and have a handful of learning disabilities.

It’s Disability Pride Month, and while some people have taken to social media demanding more respect or promoting disability flags, I am most interested in offering resources that combat the dismal statistics:

Labor force participation for people with disabilities is 38% compared to 78% of people without a disability, according to a accurate National Trends in Disability Employment Report (nTIDE). You’ll see that in accurate months people with disabilities again made gains—yes, numbers are up. It’s something, but it's also nothing to swoon over.

It’s true that employment has reached an all-time high for people with disabilities, but the numbers are complex, not only because there are slight ups and downs, but because the numbers don’t take into account where people have had their hours cut or where other seasonal or pandemic-related economic factors, according to Andrew J. Houtenville, Ph.D. director at the Institute on Disability at University of New Hampshire, which partners bi-monthly to create the report with Kessler Foundation.

· As of June 2022, we are barely 4% of the total workforce. Disability experts I have spoken with are far from convinced that recruiting, hiring and support in general for people with disabilities are at acceptable levels.

· Reduction in hours, a rise in layoffs and difficulty getting hired elsewhere are all possible in the coming months.

· One third of the population with disabilities lives in poverty so many stayed in the workforce during the pandemic and the great resignation is not happening among the people with disabilities.

· 80% of neurodivergent Americans of working age are either under or unemployed

Use this short starter list of well-established platforms for recruiting, hiring, and supporting people with invisible disabilities. This is primarily for hiring talent who are ADHDers, dyslexic, autistic and people diagnosed with chronic conditions (such as Long Covid, migraines, autoimmune disorders, cancer, MS and more). These platforms offer meaningful work, job growth and competitive salaries. They are destinations for employers to directly source disabled talent and for people seeking jobs to showcase their skills, learn new ones and find community.

Consulting firms are not on this list because, although they laudably work on inclusion initiatives, they are not part of this new group of platforms focused on hiring individuals. Please share this list widely with a friend or family member who is searching for a job or job skills, share it with your HR department and recruiters and use it as a subject to start a discussion about sourcing at the board level on down to managers.

AbilityJOBS: the largest job site for people with disabilities

AskEarn: employer assistance and resource network on disability inclusion and jobs

Disability Job Exchange (DJE) committed to finding the perfect match between dedicated workers and employers looking to build a strong workforce

Diversability Leadership Collective: enabling disabled people to find greater equity and representation in the world.

BroadFutures: offering high-quality paid internships in the Washington, D.C. area

Daivergent: job readiness for the neurodiversity community and companies seeking talent

Inclusively: unlocking the value of hidden talent for job-seekers and employers

MIT Neurodiversity Career Connector: career advising and professional development and a ‘career connector’

Ramped Careers: an on-ramp to learn skills and get priority access to top careers making recruiting disabled talent easier

Vercida: promoting equality and diversity in jobs and career

WRP (Workforce Recruiting Program for College Students): connecting employers with motivated postsecondary students and accurate graduates with disabilities

The following platforms are owned and operated by people with invisible disabilities:

Chronically Capable: providing job listings for the chronically ill and chronically capable

Disabled Writers: increasing disability diversity in journalism

Diversability Leadership Collective: sliding scale fee to become a member of a community of job seekers and gain visibility in the job market

NMD (Not Making Do):supporting Project Sprinters with ADHD to find work with entrepreneurs

This is not a complete list by any means and is, with a few exceptions, focused on North America.

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Killexams : Deloitte Canada acquires digital transformation consultancy, Nubik Inc., to fortify its mid-market Salesforce capabilities

TORONTO, Aug. 3, 2022 /CNW/ - Deloitte Canada is acquiring Montreal-based digital transformation consultancy, Nubik Inc. ("Nubik"), to bolster its presence and leadership in the Salesforce practice and firm up its relationships and offerings for mid-market clients. Nubik's team, the only North American multi-cloud specialists in Salesforce, FinancialForce, and Rootstock Cloud ERP, will also provide clients with cutting-edge solutions in manufacturing and distribution, high technology, and professional services.

"The arrival of Nubik is sure to have an immediate impact on our clients, especially those seeking new tools and solutions to today's most pressing and complex business challenges from digital transformation to skills shortages," said Anthony Viel, CEO, Deloitte Canada. "Nubik's strong multi-cloud relationships, especially with Salesforce, and roster of seasoned senior professionals are going to greatly Improve our ability to manage both the volume and scope of work the mid-market in Canada is demanding."

Leveraging two decades of experience and knowledge in the Salesforce ecosystem, including with FinancialForce and Rootstock ERP, Deloitte is gaining access to Nubik's key capabilities in the space. The addition of Nubik, which specializes in project management, sales engagement, supply chain, enterprise resource planning, and customer relationship management, also signals the firm's unwavering commitment to its mid-market clients.

Nubik's team of more than 100 employees will be joining Deloitte's Consulting practice in offices across Canada and North America. Also joining the firm as new partners are Camil Bourbeau, former chief commercial officer at Nubik, and Alexandre Boyer, former chief operations officer. Alongside the partners will be new directors, Dany Jacques, former vice president of sales, and Elie Rodrigue, co-founder and former chief technology officer. Katie Bussières, former president at Nubik will also join Deloitte.

"At Nubik, we're constantly striving to provide first-class solutions for those organizations seeking the tools to compete with outperforming business processes, across a variety of industries," said Katie Bussières, former president at Nubik. "By joining Deloitte, we're excited for the next phase of our 20-year long journey, and look forward to bringing our experience, relationships, and expertise to a new pool of organizations."

Deloitte Canada's Consulting practice focuses on innovation and transformation. By helping its clients imagine, and then deliver using the latest technologies and insights from strategy development through implementation to operations, its dedicated team is providing access to a host of digital solutions to navigate today's toughest challenges and market opportunities.

About Deloitte

Deloitte provides audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax, and related services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. Deloitte serves four out of five Fortune Global 500® companies through a globally connected network of member firms in more than 150 countries and territories bringing world-class capabilities, insights, and service to address clients' most complex business challenges. Deloitte LLP, an Ontario limited liability partnership, is the Canadian member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited. Deloitte refers to one or more of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, each of which is a legally separate and independent entity. Please see for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and its member firms.

Our global Purpose is making an impact that matters. At Deloitte Canada, that translates into building a better future by accelerating and expanding access to knowledge. We believe we can achieve this Purpose by living our shared values to lead the way, serve with integrity, take care of each other, foster inclusion, and collaborate for measurable impact.

To learn more about Deloitte's approximately 330,000 professionals, over 11,000 of whom are part of the Canadian firm, please connect with us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.

SOURCE Deloitte & Touche


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