|"I can't miss an HR Tech Conference! With the industry changing so quickly, it's the primary way I keep informed and relevant."
Ohio State University
|"The learning goes beyond technology – the topics are extensive, relevant and represent all points of view."
Tracy Stough Grajewski
VP Human Resources Operations
|"Attending the past several years has been a huge help in guiding automation of our HR processes and identifying the future needs for P&G’s HR people. From the early days when only a few of our HR-IT people attended to now when large IT and HR teams go regularly, the conference has distinguished itself from all others in HR by providing unparalleled insights and networking ability."
Robert Gibby, Ph.D.
Global Practice Leader, Employee and Organization Research and Sensing
The Procter & Gamble Company
|“The HR Tech Conference is the place to be to learn the latest and greatest in this space – well worth the trip!”
Only HR Technology® cuts through the hype about the latest innovations and zeroes in on how technology can help solve your HR problems related to Social in the Enterprise, Talent Management, Workforce Analytics and HCM & Workforce Management. Plus, every imaginable expert you need to talk with about HR technology will be there.
As a special guest of Oracle you save $500.00 off the on-site registration rate! Instead of $1,895, you can attend the full conference for only $1,395 simply by registering by Sept. 23 with Promo Code ORA13.
Just a few of this year's highlights include:
- New Feature in 2013: HR Tech Talks
Don't miss hearing from prominent HR thought-leaders in a series of rapid-fire, high-impact presentations modeled after the famous TED Talks.
- The HR Tonight Show Starring Bill Kutik, co-host Naomi Lee Bloom
Industry luminaries will be interviewed and join the conversation including analysts Brian Sommer and John Sumser and Mercer North America President Pat Milligan
- Don’t-Miss Keynotes
World-famous author Don Tapscott delivers the opening keynote on a new business trend: radical openness. Top industry influencer, Knowledge Infusion/Appirio's Jason Averbook closes with his trenchant thoughts on the future of technology for HR.
- NextGen Influencers Panel
Gain new insights from four emerging leaders of the next generation of industry experts addressing the hottest topics of the day.
- 3 More Expert Panels
How companies are harnessing social technologies to get real work done, Collaborative Learning challenges facing organizations today, and how recruiting technology can span the globe.
Plus, at the 2013 HR Technology® Exposition you'll see Oracle in action. Over 65,000 customers worldwide rely on Oracle's complete, open and integrated enterprise applications to achieve superior results. Oracle engineers hardware and software to work together in the cloud and in your data center. For more information about Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL), visit www.oracle.com.
Oracle HCM helps companies like yours manage human resources from basic transactions and compliance to talent management, advanced analytics, social networking, collaboration. Come see Oracle HCM at the Expo and talk with representatives about how they can help you take HR to the next level. And only Oracle offers you multiple choices in deployment – on premise, in the cloud, or in a hybrid model.
If you can't attend the full conference, register in advance to get a FREE Expo Only Pass for qualified HR professionals!
Monday, October 7
10 - 11 a.m.
Tuesday, October 8
3 - 4 p.m.
|Get the latest insight from world-class and emerging consulting and analyst firms:
- Aberdeen Group
- Bersin by Deloitte
- Bloom & Wallace
- Buck Consultants
- Constellation Research
- EIC Experts
- Knowledge Infusion,
an Appirio Company
- NextGen Advisors
- Talent Function
- Towers Watson
Learn directly from senior executives at world-class organizations, including:
- General Electric
- General Motors
- Goldman Sachs
- Johnson & Johnson
- Procter & Gamble