This week, Yoh® launched a new product offering, closely aligned to the project management and talent management expertise of Day & Zimmermann. Known as "DZConneX", the new offering is being marketed through Yoh Enterprise Solutions and very soon will migrate to a brand shift as well. By the end of the year, Yoh's enterprise offerings will go to market as DZConneX (DZX).
There are no changes organizationally at this time, and current customers will migrate to the new brand over time depending on contract terms, renewals and services provided. DZConneX will be a brand under Yoh group. Yoh's Specialty Practices offering and strategic accounts staffing services, operated and marketed through its branch offices around the country, will continue as Yoh.
The change to DZX is to provide a sophisticated Total Talent offering, enabled by technology to the marketplace. Clients are increasingly looking at talent from a holistic standpoint versus the historic segmented philosophy. They are seeking full visibility into all of their workforce, permanent and contingent alike, in order to more strategically leverage their most important asset – People. DZConneX positions the Yoh enterprise business to capitalize on this and to leverage the history and expertise of D&Z.
The solution is powered by the proprietary Total Talent ConneX ecosystem, a technology platform being developed in partnership with D&Z's Information Technology team. It will provide the highest level candidate and client user experience through connecting people, process and technology to create an efficient, automated total talent process with innovative analytics across the total potential workforce. DZX offers a total talent solution that is customizable to meet our client’s specific and unique needs.
The roll out coincides with the annual Staffing Industry Analysts' Contingent Workforce Solutions (CWS) conference this week.
The new website is available at: www.dzconnex.com. In addition, a video highlighting the concepts and benefits of DZConneX has been released. You can watch it here: