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18 November 2014, Regional – Human Resources is pleased to announce global cloud technology corporation, Oracle, as an official sponsor of HR Tech Interactive 2014, the region’s leading HR technology conference.
Aaron Green, vice president of HCM strategy, applications at Oracle, will join the speaker panel of senior HR experts as one of two interactive table hosts on the topic of HR cloud.
Across the course of the day, Green will facilitate the interactive group discussions, share new insights and address the challenges and concerns that HR professionals have around the adoption and use of HR cloud technology.
“HR cloud is very much a consideration at the front of mind for so many of the HR professionals that we speak with today,” said Rebecca Lewis, editor of Human Resources. “It is important that people involved and overseeing this area get accurate and informed knowledge from their peers.
“We are extremely glad to have Oracle on board to equip HR professionals with the skills and technological insight they need to become more effective in their function.”
HR Tech Interactive 2014 is a one day interactive event which has gathered 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.
An annual gathering of 100 practitioners, this year’s event has gathered 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.