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LIVE WEBINAR | University of Greenwich: Inside a Modern Digital Campus

November 26 @ 10:00 am - 10:45 am

Find out why one of the UK’s leading universities moved their HR processes to the cloud to improve efficiency and user experience for more than 2,000 employees

Higher education institutions have experienced numerous problems in recent years. These organisations have had to adjust to new pandemic-related safety precautions and deliver online curriculums quickly, all while trying to reduce costs and improve long-term efficiency. Oracle Cloud HCM enables these institutions to make better decisions and create better experiences for their employees, faculty, and students, so they can focus on improving the student and employee experience, rather than waste time on repetitive admin tasks.

The University of Greenwich, one of the UK’s top performing universities had already started on their Oracle Cloud HCM journey prior to Covid-19 bringing significant benefits in the ways that allowed them to fulfill student and staff expectations, but also very importantly, in supporting business continuity.  Hear in their own words, how the university has significantly improved access to its HR information, strengthened employee connections across the university, and created a more sustainable workplace.

Join the university’s HR Director, Gail Brindley, together with Oracle and the UKOUG’s HCM Partner of the Year 2020, Namos Solutions for this 45-min webinar as we show you how to reinvent your HR department and service your employees like never before!

Key Takeaways

  • Which universities along with the University of Greenwich are already leading the way in Oracle Cloud adoption?
  • How does Oracle HCM Cloud benefit the HR function?
  • How to overcome common barriers to change?
  • How should I start my journey to the Cloud?
  • How to prepare the business case for the Oracle Cloud transformation?

Get inspired. Join us.

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