This Ain’t Your Grandma’s HCM: Identity for the Enterprise


Derek Small 01/11/2011

Aside from the wonderful grammar, this 11:15 AM session being held at Western Canada Regional User Group (WCRUG) in Vancouver, BC on November 10, 2011 will be of interest to everyone in the enterprise.

Human Capital Management (HCM), also known as Human Resources (HR), is a critical application forming the foundation of every business’ success. Knowing who your people are and what role they play along with associated cost/benefit metrics is what HCM/HR applications are best at performing.  Nulli believes this Human Information (HI) is central to the success of many applications.  High quality Human Information is a key requirement for reliable security and identity processes as well as for HCM.

High quality Human Information is a key requirement for reliable security and identity processes as well as for HCM.

In the past, HCM/HR data was viewed as the foundation data for payroll and benefits accounting whereas today it is also the basis upon which security applications, account provisioning solutions, business process management solutions and access management solutions are built.

Trevor Roskewich, Senior Identity Architect, and Lisa Gryschuk, Senior HR Solution Architect, from Nulli will be speaking to best practices for HCM/HR and how they can support maximizing the financial and business process returns of deploying and managing enterprise provisioning and role management.

See how HCM/HR professionals are embracing organization middleware applications that rely upon employee and contract employee information to provide enhanced security and services to the employees they manage today.

This presentation will be of interest to identity management analysts, architects, systems analysts, business analysts, HR managers, HR specialists, security specialists and business process analysts.

Come hear real world accounts and suggestions for staying on top of this topic of growing importance.

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