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Here’s Looking at You, Oracle HCM Cloud Users, for Inspiration

As the leader of the Human Capital Management Transformation practice at Oracle, I’m lucky enough to meet with HCM thought leaders and organizations from all industries and from all over the world. But every time I think I know all about Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud technology and what it can do, I meet another customer using it to transform HCM in ways that astonish and impress me.

This is too exciting for me to keep to myself—I want everyone to hear the amazing stories I hear. That’s why we’re launching the Oracle HCM Cloud Rubies awards: to recognize and celebrate innovative customers who use Oracle HCM Cloud solutions to achieve business success. 

The program will be peer-driven and will let Oracle HCM Cloud customers nominate themselves, colleagues, or fellow customers to receive an Oracle HCM Cloud Rubies award. This is a global program open to any organization that’s using an Oracle HCM Cloud solution. Community voting will determine the winners, and we’ll recognize the winners at Oracle HCM World, to be held April 11 to 13, 2017, in Boston.

Bring Us Your Best Examples of How You’re Using HCM Cloud

If your organization uses Oracle’s cloud-based technologies to achieve HCM goals, we want to hear from you. Have you developed in-depth knowledge and innovative practices for using the cloud? Do you have insights to share? Are there things you’re doing that you haven’t seen anywhere else? 

This is a great opportunity for you to share your knowledge and get recognition for your innovation and achievements. And when you become a leader in the Oracle HCM community, you’ll have more influence when you weigh in on the features you’d like us to develop next. Each release of our cloud platform is full of new innovations,  and we listen to our most engaged customers when we decide what to build next. Seize this chance to grow into a new role, engage with the Oracle HCM community, and build your influence—and your own career.

Start by nominating yourself or another HCM leader. Tell us how moving to Oracle HCM Cloud let you deliver a more engaging, consumer-like experience for your employees. If you have numbers on improvements to transactions, functionality, and productivity, we’re eager to see those, too.

Go Ahead and Brag a Little

When I ask our customers, “What did you learn from implementing cloud technology?” they say that the technology was the easiest part of it. The tough part was managing the organizational change. 

Tell us how you made the transition to using the cloud to support innovation, identify talent, and retain and engage employees. This is your chance to share your achievements with others in the community and hear about other great ideas you might be able to leverage in your own HCM cloud. 

We’re giving awards in the areas of innovation, talent, and retention and engagement. So if the cloud has supported your innovation or helped you rise to a specific challenge, nominate yourself for one of the following awards:

If the cloud has helped you reach out and secure the talent your organization needs, nominate yourself for one of these awards: 

Or maybe the cloud has transformed your approach to retention and engagement, in which case, submit your story for one of these two awards:

Start thinking about your organization’s best use of Oracle HCM Cloud—or the best use you’ve seen in another business. Which category seems like it would be the best fit? In my next post, I’ll provide details on each award and what it takes to win. 

Nominate yourself or someone you know who deserves recognition in one or more categories—then get ready to read the nominees’ success stories in February. You’ll pick up some terrific new ideas for using the cloud to support your HCM efforts, and I think, you’ll be impressed by what’s going on in the Oracle HCM Cloud community.

Visit the Oracle HCM Cloud Rubies Award page for more information and to nominate yourself or someone you know!  



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