HR moving to the cloud is no longer a question. But there continues to be uncertainty as to how companies can reap the full business benefits of this transition.
Kicking off day two of the 15th Annual HR Technology® Conference & Exposition, Naomi Lee Bloom, managing partner at Bloom & Wallace, moderates a panel of six senior product executives on their organizations' efforts to pioneer this next frontier in HR technology and how HR leaders can maximize their return on investment.
Panelists sharing the stage with Bloom include Steven Miranda, senior vice president of applications development for Oracle; Sanjay Poonen, president of global solutions for SAP; Stan Swete, chief technology officer for Workday; Mike Capone, chief information officer for ADP; John Wookey, executive vice president of social applications for salesforce.com; and Adam Rogers, chief technology officer for Ultimate Software.
The HR Technology® Conference, which is produced by LRP Publications and Human Resource Executive® magazine, will be held Oct. 8 to 10 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
The 2012 event also includes:
* A session featuring the winners of the Second Annual Candidate Experience Awards;
* The Public Debut of the 15th Annual CedarCrestone HR Systems Survey;
* The return of "Awesome New Technologies for HR"; and
* Case studies from Neiman Marcus, Dow Chemical Co., Marsh &McLennan Cos., International Paper, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and others.
For details about this year's full conference program, visit www.hrtechnologyconference.com.