SHRM India’s 3rd HR Tech Conference 2017 concludes successfully

|April 22, 2017 0

HYDERABAD, INDIA: The 3rd edition of SHRM Tech’17 which concluded in Hyderabad yesterday laid the stage for developing an effective digital HR strategy and enhancing the intended goals of HR.

Global trends like Artificial Intelligence and leveraging big data were deliberated upon in a nutshell. Many important aspects of the confluence of Technology and HR were also identified and extensively discussed during the course of the conference.

The two day conference and exposition brought together 850+ delegates, including mid & senior level HR professionals and corporate leaders from organizations across all sectors. The gathering also offered an opportunity for delegates to discuss cutting edge innovative ideas to revolutionize the future of HR.

The key focus of the conference was on the complete reinvention of the HR Platforms, software and tools collectively known as the ‘digital HR architecture’.

Achal Khanna, CEO, SHRM India, said, “The two day conference saw a series of powerful sessions by CEOs as well as global HR and Technology thought leaders on the scope and impact of technology on the Human resources domain. The panel and corroborative discussions led by senior professionals in relevant fields are truly enlightening and has led to an enhanced understanding of the various HR technologies and leveraging them effectively in order to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving corporate landscape”.

“Each of the eminent speakers delved deep into their expertise to benefit the participants, each one of whom I’m sure has benefitted tremendously coming away with key takeaways and deeper understanding. SHRM Tech’17 provided a common platform at the right moment for industry leaders to brain storm and assess the impact of technology on their businesses as well as deliberate on and identify the best way forward. The annual SHRM Tech conference has in a short span of time elicited overwhelming response becoming a leading event to analyze emerging trends and have an impact on how the trends shape up, going forward,” she further added.

Some of the eminent global and Indian speakers at the conference included Josh Bersin, Principal, Bersin by Deloitte – Deloitte Consulting; Christopher Arnold, Head of Knowledge Services, the Data Whisperer, Wells Fargo; Stacey Harris, VP, Research and Analytics, Sierra-cedar; Sarika Khanna, SVP Product and services, Litmos by CallidusCloud; Rohit Bhayana, Managing partner & Co-founder Lumis Partners; Satish Rajarathnam, Conjurer & Mindreader, HR Pro; Gaurav Ahluwalia MD & Head HR JPMC; Avinash Saurabh, Founder and CEO,; George Oommen, Director, HR, Technology & Process Consulting, Cognizant; Nandita Gurjar, Advisor to Board of Startups, ex-CHRO, Infosys; Suchitra Rajendran, VP-HR, India Region, Pepsico and Abdul Jaleel, VP-People Resources India – Adobe.

The conference also had an exposition area where the latest in HR technologies were on display giving conference participants a first-hand experience of the latest digital solutions and productivity enhancers that are available at present.


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