Cloud HR software
- July 02, 2015
Leaders of ESPN, Humana and Robert W. Baird describe how video interview software saves time for job candidates and enterprises.
- June 29, 2015
Private insurance exchanges, which, unlike public exchanges, can address the needs of employers of all sizes, are gaining favor among businesses.
- June 22, 2015
The Detroit airport authority implemented Cornerstone integrated talent management but said it was critical to first revamp HR processes.
- May 20, 2015
Chinese students used mobile phones to compete for L'Oreal jobs by answering questions that were analyzed by Seedlink software.
- April 15, 2015
Waxie Sanitary Supply stopped wasting 20,000 sheets of paper each year and became more efficient when it implemented Oracle human capital management software.
- April 06, 2015
HR leaders Robert Weinman and Debbie Lynch explored the challenges of implementing Oracle human capital management software.
- April 02, 2015
The Oracle Learning Cloud allows managers and employees to post and share video tutorials, PDFs and PowerPoints.
- January 30, 2015
Cisco taps Thomsons for massive SaaS project in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia.
- January 14, 2015
Analysts see major breakthroughs in analytics, in-memory, big data and mobile technology.
- December 23, 2014
Oracle SaaS talent management was more of a challenge to implement than expected.
- December 15, 2014
Cloud products often lacked the features or didn't perform as well as touted in the sales process.
- November 12, 2014
Hewlett-Packard, MGM Resorts and VMware among high-profile users assessing enterprise cloud software on a Workday Rising panel.
- February 06, 2014
At the first-ever Oracle HCM World conference in Las Vegas, Mark Hurd made no bones about the vendor's intention to dominate the HCM software market.
- January 06, 2014
In this Q&A, Leighanne Levensaler talks 2014 trends, the difference between integrated and unified systems and action items for the new year.
- October 31, 2013
Vendors and users alike are focusing too much on points and badges instead of the larger business value of gamification, says Ovum's Adam Holtby.