The software industry has experienced augmented rise in the application areas and has also made vast advancements over the last few years and it has lately become the backbone of a wide range of industries and it continues to change the way processes and operations are undertaken across a wide range of industries. The software industry has, over the years, transformed in more ways than apparent, a large number of industries thereby making automation and computer control an industry norm. Less time to deliver, consistent results, and increased reliability in how various processes operate are a few of the significant elements. New end-users continue to resort to the software industry for a wide range of operating solutions.

The software industry is moving along an impressive path of growth and has, as such, has soon become one of the prominent industries in the world with immense growth prospects in the years to come. With applications that spread across the segment of automation, robotics, and Internet-of-things, the industry is expanding at an encouraging pace, the software industry is also anticipated to continue its success in the coming few years as well, thereby positively impacting the prospects of growth of numerous niche markets that it caters to.

A talent management system or TMS as it is also known as refers to a software suite that is integrated in nature and it also addresses the famous “four pillars” of talent management: recruitment namely compensation management, learning and development, and performance management.

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Talent management software refers to the modern day technology that many human resource management professionals make use of so as to manage employees in the form of a competitive advantage. By talent management, we mean a standalone application from a niche market vendor that particularly addresses a part of the said process, like a system of learning or the technology of HR that could be an integrated suite of software applications that is aimed at the complete lifecycle of employees.

However, in the latter sense, the software of talent management is quite frequently referred to as a system of talent management and also automates specific processes from the very time when a potential employee applies to till the time he or she are hired and it goes on until the person retires. Talent management systems specifically come with applications that fall under a wide variety of broad functional areas, and those are referred to as pillars. In the last few years, the system of cloud-based talent management software has become very popular and a prevailing norm.

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All these years, there were four modules or pillars as they are commonly known as but in the last few years, a good many number of vendors and experts are being referred to as the fifth pillar of talent management. Regardless of the names and numbers, the systems of talent management comprise applications that come under any one of these broad functional areas. The number of pillars and names alter depending on the vendor of talent management systems, but the idea behind those pillars remain the same.

In addition to that, many elements like the augmented utilization of mobile apps for the purpose of talent management and the penetration of mobile devices worldwide are also foreseen to promote the growth of talent management software industry. The soaring usage of various mobile gadgets like tablets and smartphones in many of the HR processes and talent management is further encouraging market vendors to launch mobile-friendly websites or HR-specific mobile apps. In addition to that, with the latest increasing utilization of various mobile devices by the potential candidates for the purpose of job applications, thereby forcing recruiters to make use of mobile devices for the purpose of posting job notifications.