Via News Release
“ST. PAUL, Minn. — (July 27, 2017) — Structural, the pioneer of Employee Success Management, today announced the addition of experienced HR executive M.T. Ray to its board of directors. Ray is currently the vice president of talent at Indianapolis-based venture studio High Alpha. Previously, Ray served as Vice President of Employee Success and Global Recruiting at Salesforce and led Global Recruiting for ExactTarget for over six years.”
“M.T.’s passion for helping employees unlock their full potential, experience in employee success, and background with leading software platforms make her the perfect addition to our board,” said Structural CEO Scott Burns. “M.T. will be a vital partner and champion as we continue to help organizations engage, empower and retain their employees.”
Structural’s employee success platform allows organizations to unleash the full potential of their people and teams. With Structural, company leaders can find and nurture talent within their organization, maximize team effectiveness, and leverage their current HR systems to create new value and growth.
“I speak with executives and HR leaders every day who want to know their employees better and help them succeed. Structural has an incredible opportunity to help organizations tap into the full potential of their most valuable resources, their talent,” said Ray.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the Structural board and working hand-in- hand with their team as they build the leading employee success management platform.”
Structural is pioneering Employee Success Management on its mission to inspire and enable organizations to unleash the potential of their people and teams. Structural integrates data from HR, Business and Personal systems, giving employees an internal resume of their skills and interests, and helping leaders quickly find the right people with the right skills for sales pursuits, projects and strategic initiatives. With Structural, organizations form deeper connections, bust silos, get feedback and engage and retain talent. The company is the fifth to launch from leading venture studio High Alpha.