The Fosway 9-Grid™ report for Talent & People Success is a multi-dimensional model that can be used to understand the relative position of solutions and providers in the UK/European talent management systems market. It allows you to compare different solutions based on their Performance, Potential, Market Presence, Total Cost of Ownership and Future Trajectories across the market.

Download your copy of the full report which includes a summary of the latest market and solution trends in Talent & People Success. In order to understand how to interpret our 9-Grid™ model properly, we strongly recommend that you read our background paper ‘Introduction to the Fosway 9-Grid™‘ which explains the model in detail.

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The trend for employers to replace legacy talent management processes with more agile and effective approaches continues at pace. There is a huge focus on skills and upskilling the workforce, improving employee experiences, and making the workforce more flexible to meet the future needs of the business. Macro-economic challenges will accelerate this further, accelerating innovation, as well as increasing the value of attracting and retaining the best talent.

David Perring, Director of Research, Fosway Group

There is a very important difference between 9-Grid™ and other analyst models. In the 9-Grid™ all of the nine zones have value, and more interestingly, have an associated set of actions that can help you to maximise the value of the relationship with different vendors.
This means that being in the top right is not the only valid selection point. For some organisations, top right may not even be desirable. There are many other zones that offer success, especially when balanced against Total Cost of Ownership.

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