Alex leads product marketing for ADP DataCloud, ADP’s industry-leading portfolio of reporting, analytics and Big Data solutions, named “Top HR Product of 2016” by Human Resource Executiveâ and a multiple-time Awesome New Technologies winner from the HR Technology Conference. Drawing on nearly 20 years of marketing experience, Alex is responsible for go-to-market strategy for ADP DataCloud, achieving double-digit revenue growth following its launch in 2015. He has spoken at SHRM and been quoted in numerous publications, including HR Professionals Magazine, TalentCulture and TechTarget. Prior to joining ADP, Alex led global marketing for IBM Interactive Experience, where we helped grow the digital consulting agency into an industry leader cited by Ad Age and industry analysts, and has also spent time in consulting and higher education administration. Alex has an MBA from Emory University's Goizueta Business School and an undergraduate degree from Tufts University.
Join Heather Bussing, Attorney & Analyst at HR Examiner for the HR Tech Talk "Trouble Metrics: How to Effectively Use Your HR Data" at HR Technology Conference. She will discuss what data to track and why, how to use data to improve engagement and retention and how data can uncover compliance issues such as bias and sexual harassment.
Steve Boese, co-chairman of the 2016 HR Technology Conference & Exposition explains the "HR Tech Hierarchy of Needs"...
First-of-its-kind Event to Highlight the CHROs and Business Leaders Breaking New Ground for Women in Technology Leadership
Human Resource Executive® magazine, the premier publication focused on strategic issues in HR, today announced details of a new event, “Women in HR Technology,” taking place during the 19th Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition® on Tuesday, October 4 at McCormick Place, Chicago. Showcasing successful female executives in the HR tech industry, the event will explore the latest trends and issues in the space and highlight how women can break new barriers in technology leadership.
Rupert Morrison is the CEO of the UK-based analytics firm Concentra.. I asked Rupert about the evolution of organizational design and how data, analytics and technology are changing the way companies are creating environments for performance to sustain a competitive edge.