Oracle’s Modern Business Experience conference combines their previously, separately held HCM World, Modern Finance Experience and Modern Supply Chain Experience events. Progressive companies are capitalizing on the ever-accelerating pace of change in the market and creating breakthrough experiences for customers, employees, partners, and suppliers. During this three-day event, learn how to remove the time constraints your people face every day; unleash their ingenuity and creative potential; and succeed in the experience economy.
Attendees will experience inspiring keynotes, visionary speakers, content-rich educational sessions, hands-on workshops, product expert discussions, and entertaining networking activities. When planning your week, consider these sessions for your schedule:
Transformative Innovation: Blue Turf and Oracle HCM Cloud Modernization [CON1219] Wednesday, March 20, 5:20 – 6:10 PM | Islander G
In any implementation of Oracle HCM Cloud, strong project management and end-to-end change management are critical to any measure of a project’s success. All organizations must consider these topics, but arguably nowhere is it more critical than in higher education. With a reputation for resistance to change, a culture of decision-making by committee, and a legacy of on-premises software, higher education serves as the ultimate case study in how best to launch a digital transformation with Oracle HCM Cloud. In this session, Human Capital Director, Jeff Haynes and Executive Director at Boise State University, Jennifer Martindale, discuss how Boise State leveraged leading practices to successfully initiate a major HCM modernization effort.
As one of Oracle’s premier Gold Level SI partners and a platinum sponsor of this year’s event, we’ll be showcasing our full range of advisory services and capabilities across Oracle’s Cloud technology platform, including HCM, EPM, ERP, CX and Analytics. Stop by our kiosk to learn how we can help you start thinking differently about the cloud.
For more information, contact Mary Gray-Craddock.