VIZAG, INDIA--(Marketwire - October 21, 2008) - Kenexa® (NASDAQ: KNXA), a global provider of talent management and retention solutions, today announced that Kyle Lundby, Ph.D., the company's lead consultant for the Asia Pacific region, will present groundbreaking research on employee engagement to an audience of HR practitioners from leading global technology companies based in India.

The 2008 IT Survey Group (ITSG) conference, entitled "Leveraging Employee Surveys for Enhancing Business Competitiveness: Regional Perspectives," will provide an open platform for India-based organizations to share how they are leveraging employee surveys and utilizing survey feedback to achieve business goals.

Dr. Lundby, an organizational consultant with more than 12 years of experience helping organizations select, retain, and maximize their human capital talent, will examine how organizations can use employee survey findings to achieve their business goals and how the human resource function can effectively partner with senior management to drive organizational success.

Held at RMZ Infinity, Municipal No 3, Old Madras Road, Benniganahalli, Bangalore, India 560016, the 2008 ITSG Conference will be hosted by Synopsys on Wednesday, October 22. The conference is only open to members of ITSG.

About Kenexa

Kenexa (NASDAQ: KNXA) is a global leader in building the world's greatest workforces using a combination of software, employee research science and business process optimization. Kenexa's global solutions include applicant tracking, on boarding, recruitment process outsourcing, employment branding, skills and behavioral assessments, structured interviews, performance management, multi-rater feedback surveys, employee engagement surveys and HR Analytics. Kenexa is headquartered in Wayne, Pa. (outside Philadelphia). Additional information about Kenexa and its global products and services can be accessed at

About ITSG

The IT Survey Group ( is a non-profit organization and the leading benchmarking consortium for employee surveys in the IT industry. The group consists of the top 20 global companies including: Accenture, HP, Unisys, IBM, Xerox, CA, Intel, Microsoft, Agilent, Intuit, Yahoo, Cisco, Dell, Nokia, Deutsche Telecom, SAP, EDS, Sun Microsystems, EMC, Symantec, Google, Synopsys, and Nokia Siemens network.