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HR Technology Conference Brings Insight to Opportunity


The annual HR Technology conference in Chicago provided a glimpse into the activities of HR organizations and their technology investments. It was a busy event with large attendance and much movement between sessions and the exhibit floor as attendees sought to learn more about the technology and what it can do for them.

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Comments (2)
You said: 'One of the largest challenges for suppliers of workforce analytics is to access and integrate data across applications'

It's a little strange that in an blog on an IM site, you don't refer to the role a Data Warehouse or other Business Intelligence infrastructure plays. There are well established practices in the BI/DW space for handling these (and much broader) issues.

It would be disappointing if HR professionals weren't aware of how BI/DW capabilities can help them achieve these goals.


Posted by Michael G | Wednesday, October 20 2010 at 7:57PM ET
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