Companies Around the World are Using Oracle HCM Cloud to Transform HR and Build a Better Workforce
By Mike Vilimek on Jan 08, 2014
Modern HR technology is enabling innovative organizations to unite global employees around common strategies and goals. With Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud as a strategic HR technology platform, the world’s most competitive businesses are benefiting from the strength of core HR, talent management, analytics and social solutions. The flexible cloud-based solution enables organizations to capture the full power of global talent by engaging employees to perform better and more effectively – which is why so many companies have adopted Oracle HCM Cloud. From promoting collaboration to facilitating predictive modelling for performance and retention, Oracle HCM Cloud is a modern HR platform that broadly supports the HR lifecycle.
At the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas, Segar Annamalai, CIO of American Career College and West Coast University (ACC/WCU), shared the story of how ACC/WCU has used Oracle HCM Cloud to transform HR and shift the focus of their HR organization to one that is able to focus on talent management, attracting, retaining and cultivating a faculty that is dedicated to providing an outstanding experience to its students. As a result, ACC/WCU has successfully automated HR processes so they can spend more time growing the faculty, nurturing talent and empowering users with more self-service applications.
Similarly, Toshiba Medical Systems deployed Oracle HCM Cloud because it wanted to increase its focus on employee development, performance management and talent management to help it create a high performance organization. According to Pim Vogel, senior manager HR Europe, Toshiba Medical Systems Europe, Toshiba has already seen “a number of benefits from the solution, including a more aligned environment in which all our employees can be focused on the same goals.”
BT will adopt Oracle HCM Cloud on a global scale, benefitting over 87,900 employees. BT will use Oracle HCM Cloud across its end-to-end people management process, from recruiting and managing talent, to accurately forecasting future workforce needs using advanced analytical capabilities. Siemens Global Shared Services has launched an initiative for a platform migration and HCM Fusion Cloud-based implementation in North America to enhance and modernize HR Services to 60,000 employees in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
More success stories and best practices from HR professionals taking a strategic approach to HR will be showcased at Oracle HCM World February 4-6, 2014 in Las Vegas. Register to hear HR leaders and practitioners tell you in their own words.