SHRM India to host Asia’s biggest HR Tech Conference in April 2017

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SHRM India to host Asia’s biggest HR Tech Conference in April 2017

Sierra Cedar HR Tech Landscape Study’ to be launched at the conference for the first time

  • 850+ HR Tech delegates to participate

  • 70+ global speakers

  • 25+ demos & knowledge session involving 400+ organizations

  • 4+ product Launches & Reports

New Delhi, 29th March 2017: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management, will organize its 3rd HR Technology Conference & Exposition, the most powerful confluence of people, business and technology, on 20-21 April 2017 at Hotel Novotel, Hyderabad. It is the biggest ever HR Tech Meet in the country, which will bring together more than 850 delegates from organizations across all sectors.

The two day conference will include highly engaging knowledge sessions, panel discussions, keynote addresses, and study/Report launches, wherein industry experts will share their thoughts and discuss ways to bridge the gap between HR and technology. Some of the esteemed speakers for the conference this year are Henry G. Jackson, President & Chief Executive officer, SHRM; Josh Bersin (Principal, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP);  Abdul Jaleel (VP, People Resources India, Adobe); Gaurav Ahluwalia (MD & Head of HR JPMorgan Chase); D. Rajiv Krishnan (Partner, People Advisory Services); Ravinder Pal Singh (CIO – Tata-SIA (Vistara)), Stacey Harris (VP, Research & Analytics – Sierra-Cedar); BP Biddappa (Executive Director HR, Hindustan Unilever Limited, VP HR, Unilever South Asia); Jonathan Ales (Managing Director HNB) to name a few.

Announcing the details of the proposed conference, Ms. Achal Khanna, CEO, SHRM India Operations, said, “After two extremely successful tech conferences, we proudly announce the third edition of the annual SHRM HR Tech Conference. Today technology plays a critical role in various HR practices for companies across the globe and the role of technology in shaping HR policies will only get bigger in the future. In the face of rapidly evolving technology, it is important for HR practitioners to connect with each other, share experiences, and engage in meaningful discussions to further harness and adopt technology for better execution of HR responsibilities”.

SHRM Tech aims to be just that – a platform for experience sharing and discussions on the road ahead. Expert led sessions and workshops will deliver greater understanding of the role played by technology and suggest ways to derive maximum benefit. It is through such discussions and experience sharing that we can hope to become a trend setter rather than a trend follower in the HR tech space”, she further added.

Besides 25+ uniquely constructed knowledge sessions and panel discussions, there will be 40+ partners to display the latest products and services in HR TECH. where one can get a real-feel of the technologies that will redefine work processes in organisations.

The conference will be attended by HR professionals, CHROs, CTOs, CIOs, CXOs, Business Heads, Technology professionals, Technology providers & Innovators, Startups, SMEs and Entrepreneurs, Industry thought leaders , Strategists/ Consultants and Solutioning experts.

About SHRM

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR professional society, representing 285,000 members in more than 165 countries. For nearly seven decades, the Society has been the leading provider of resources serving the needs of HR professionals and advancing the practice of human resource management. SHRM has more than 575 affiliated chapters within the United States and subsidiary offices in China, India and United Arab Emirates. – See more at: https://www.shrm.org/ .

SHRM-India serves the needs of HR practitioners by facilitating exchange of knowledge resources & practices, enabling professional development, and enhanced opportunities for engagement & networking within the Global & Indian HR communities.–see more at shrm.org/india

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