For four days in early October, HR professionals from around the world will congregate in Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino for the 16th annual HR Technology Conference. This year's event features tracks on incorporating social technology in the enterprise and workforce analytics, and speakers from Walgreens, Procter & Gamble, GE, PepsiCo, Turner Broadcasting and Microsoft will give presentations on how the effective use of HR technology enables success at their organizations.
The final day will also include a conversation between Rudy Karsan, founder of talent management software vendor Kenexa, and IBM's supercomputer and Jeopardy! champion Watson. This talk is one of the most highly anticipated sessions, along with "Awesome New Technologies for HR" and the Top HR Products Awards.
Emma Snider, associate site and news editor of SearchFinancialApplications, and executive editor David Essex will be on-site, reporting the most important news, sharing insights and capturing reactions from users and analysts.
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2013 HR Technology Conference news
Get insights, tips and anecdotes shared by prominent HR leaders, experts and vendors at the 16th annual event.
At the 2013 HR Technology Conference, HR leaders explained how to ramp up collaboration platform user adoption and gave governance tips. Continue Reading
Reinvention of learning management systems also bringing social UIs and mobility, said Bersin by Deloitte analysts. Continue Reading
At the HR Technology Conference, Lisa Rowan said while enterprise social technology is siloed today, social will eventually be ubiquitous. Continue Reading
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2013 HR Technology Conference videos
See videos interviews and reports on key trends and topics recorded during the 2013 HR Technology conference.
Katherine Jones, Bersin by Deloitte lead analyst for HCM technology, explains how interest in social HR technology has evolved over the past year.
2013 HR Technology Conference speaker Jason Averbook explains why HR leaders should use SaaS HR as a springboard to change dated processes.
In a video, hear how America's fourth largest city automated workforce management from Deputy Director Don Pagel, the man who led the project.