BeyondHQ CEO Madhu Chamarty Accepts Invitation to Join Forbes Technology Council
San Francisco, CA, June 22, 2021 — Madhu Chamarty, Co-founder and CEO of BeyondHQ, the leader in digitized workforce and workplace planning, has become a member of the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only online community for world-class business leaders and technology executives. Chamarty joins other notable Forbes Technology Council members who are hand-selected to become part of a curated network of successful peers.
“It is an honor to be selected to join the Forbes Technology Council. I look forward to connecting with like-minded thought leaders and innovators in their respective areas, and working together to bring our ideas to life, particularly those that others deem impossible,” said Chamarty. “It’s a great community of business leaders who are proving that with hard work and ingenuity, any vision can become reality.”
Scott Gerber, founder of Forbes Councils, says, “We are honored to welcome Madhu Chamarty into the community. Our mission with the Forbes Councils is to bring together successful professionals from every industry, creating a vetted, social capital-driven network that helps every member make an even greater impact on the business world.”
Chamarty recently authored an article on Forbes titled “A Unique Moment to Truly Address Both Opportunity Inequality and Business Optimization.” The article discusses how opportunity inequality worsened during the pandemic as one part of the workforce — knowledge workers — were able to transition to virtual work, while many other employees whose work required a physical presence were forced to risk their health and that of their loved ones for a paycheck. At the same time, tech-enabled companies have had to address talent productivity and location planning in evolving hybrid work environments brought on by the pandemic, which has created new challenges with hiring and real estate decisions and the ability to optimize operations. Chamarty addresses the social challenges of both issues and what companies should do to solve them.
BeyondHQ works with a growing number of fast-growth companies and large enterprises on their workforce and workplace planning efforts. The smallest company they have helped is a tech startup of roughly 200 employees, whereas the largest company that is currently interested in their offering is 150,000+ employees in size.
BeyondHQ is the first real-time, collaborative SaaS platform designed to help companies run unlimited talent and real estate analyses while saving time and money. The company’s distributed workforce and workplace planning tools bring transparency, collaboration, and speed to decision-makers tasked with the challenge of building and scaling geographically distributed teams and offices.
As companies think more about hybrid work models and a geographically dispersed footprint, BeyondHQ enables HR, Real Estate, and Finance teams to evaluate where, why, and how to source talent or open offices. Using a single interface to access trusted market data, the proprietary technology informs ‘what-if’ style scenario planning with customized recommendations based on the organization’s specific needs, priorities, and culture.
Founded in 2019, BeyondHQ is committed to a longer-term vision of expanding technology-enabled economic opportunities in the United States, while serving as a company-wide platform for empowering people and places decisions.
About Forbes Councils
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