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20 November 2014, Regional – Human Resources, Asia’s most read and most respected source of HR news, is pleased to announce global HR consulting organisation, NGA Human Resources, as an official sponsor of HR Tech Interactive 2014, the region’s leading HR technology conference.
Inna Wahlberg, NGA Human Resources’ pre sales director APJ, will join the speakers panel for the conference as a panellist on the topic of ‘Partnering CIOs with the HR function’.
Alongside Ken Soh, CIO and director e-strategies at BH Global, and Syed Ali Abbas, CHRO at Pacnet, Wahlberg will share her insights on how the HR and IT functions can form a successful relationship, explore the perks and concerns between legacy systems versus upgrading, as well as the considerations for HR practitioners when assessing new technology.
“A tight partnership between the CIO and the HR function becomes increasingly important with the emergence of the new cloud technologies,” said Wahlberg.
“Employees today have high demands on end user experience of services and solutions provided by HR. But investment budgets are tight, so cooperation is needed to optimise on the promise of the cloud offering.”
HR Tech Interactive 2014 is a one-day interactive event which gathers the best of Asia’s thought leaders for keynote presentations, panel discussions and interactive sessions with regional HR vice president level professionals and CIOs on all things HR tech.
This year’s event features speakers from organisations like UBS, Twitter, Juniper Networks , Hootsuite, Autodesk, Barclays, MasterCard and many more.
The event features a unique, tried-and-tested interactive discussion format which will thoroughly explore five topics at the forefront of HR practitioners’ concerns.
Every delegate will have the opportunity to participate in five group discussions helmed by different topic experts. Through interaction with HR peers, delegates will be able to hear from other practitioners on the most current and effective HR technology practices.