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Sneak Preview and Analysis: Oracle Fusion Applications for Human Capital Management

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Oracle's head of strategy, Gretchen Alarcon, and head of development, Clive Swan, presented the introduction to one of the seven Fusion families, Human Capital Management, at OpenWorld last week. At last year’s conference, Larry Ellison touted Oracle Fusion Applications (as I wrote on then), and, the many session at this year’s event provided depth on the product.

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Comments (1)
Excellent!! This is very informative.

Now there are so many HCM products available in the market. Hopefully the organizations are planning to move to the Fusion HCM world would think first about how they can migrate their existing legacy system data into new Fusion HCM. Could you please provide the details on this regard?

Regards, Manu

Posted by Manu G | Wednesday, December 14 2011 at 12:30AM ET
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