Nobscot Corporation, the pioneer in exit interview management software, was
founded in April 2000. Nobscot released its flagship product, WebExit, in
January of 2001. In December of that year, WebExit was crowned one of the
Top 10 HR Products of the Year by HR Executive Magazine. Today WebExit is
used to automate the exit interview process in over 20 countries worldwide
with more than 10,000 exit interviews having been completed to date.
Nobscot Corporation is also the recognized leader in Turnover Prediction Mapping
having introduced the concept in 2002. Turnover prediction involves a set of
algorithms comparing exits to employee surveys which identify the source and
location of future turnover.
Nobscot's staff of professionals are skilled in both human resources and
software development. The company's management team is headed up by Beth
N. Carvin, CEO and President. Carvin is an expert in employee turnover and
retention and the originator of the turnover prediction mapping theorem.
Ms. Carvin has over fifteen years of experience in recruiting, human resources,
business management, sales and marketing. Ms. Carvin was previously
founder/managing partner of Excel Employment for six years and an HR and
Business Development Officer with BancWest Corporation for 4 years. She
teaches classes in Hiring The Best, Ethics In Banking, and Employee
Relations for the American Institute of Bankers. She is a member of the
Society For Human Resource Management.
Bruce H. Daly, VP of Software Development, runs the software side of the
house. Mr. Daly has 20 years of development experience. He has honed his
skills at Spirent, Hewlett Packard and Raytheon in the design and
development of advanced operating systems in the fields of high speed
network testing, satellite operation and control, and financial transaction
processing. Mr. Daly joined Nobscot Corporation as co-founder and head of
development in 2000.
Corporate headquarters and R&D labs are located in Honolulu, Hawaii.