“A marriage made in cloud heaven”—that’s how one of my colleagues describes the relationship between Finance and HR.
She’s on the right track. Employee salaries and benefits are often the biggest cost for small and medium business. So there is a pretty strong argument for a unified cloud solution that embraces both HR and Finance.
That’s why Oracle decided to bring together finance and HR leaders in Boston, April 11-13. They’ll gather for two major events, the Modern Finance Experience and Oracle HCM World. The two events are happening right across the street from each other with shared social gatherings.
The digital economy is changing the face of finance. Finance transformation expert David Axson forecasts that by 2020, finance won’t look anything like it does today. 75% of your team’s time will be focused on decision support and predictive analysis, guided by input from statisticians, data scientists, behavioral economists—even anthropologists. To embrace this new role, CFOs must adopt a new operating model, moving from efficiency to agility.
At this year’s Modern Finance Experience, Oracle will unveil new research from the American Institute of Chartered Public Accountants (AICPA) that examines the traits of agile finance leaders. Learn about the latest insights and trends impacting finance for growing companies. Read more about the event.
SMBs are looking to drive growth—and that requires the right employees in the right roles. Oracle HCM World will present an agenda led by customers, just like you, who have experienced HR challenges. They’ll share interesting stories and case studies that you can take home and apply to your own business.
You’ll also hear from industry leaders who are shaping what modern HR looks like for companies like yours. They will speak to how the economic landscape is impacting HR, trends affecting your employees, and how to take multi-faceted approach when building and growing a modern, digital-based HR practice.
You won’t want to miss the Customer Appreciation Event on Wednesday evening at the House of Blues. You can connect with your finance and HR peers, network with experts and event speakers, or just relax and enjoy the band.
Performing at the House of Blues will be the Goo Goo Dolls, who have had 19 top ten singles on various charts, and have sold more than 12 million albums worldwide. We’re sure you’ll recognize songs like “Slide,” “Name,” and “Iris” that held the number one position on the Billboard charts for 17 consecutive weeks. The Goo Goo Dolls released their 11th studio album, “Boxes” in 2016.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about Finance and HR together in Boston.