HumanConcepts to Present "Enterprise Org Charting: Beyond Basic Visualization" at OHUG in Las Vegas

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HumanConcepts, will exhibit OrgPlus® Enterprise 3.0 at the Oracle® HCM Users Group (OHUG) September 24-26 at the Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. 25-year HR veteran Jim Candler will present "Enterprise Org Charting: Beyond Basic Visualization."

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Enterprise Org Charting: Beyond Basic Visualization

HumanConcepts, the leading provider of workforce modeling and intelligence solutions, will exhibit OrgPlus® Enterprise 3.0 at the Oracle® HCM Users Group (OHUG) at the Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas September 24-26. On September 24th, 25-year HR veteran Jim Candler will present "Enterprise Org Charting: Beyond Basic Visualization."

WHAT: The Oracle HCM Users Group provides a venue for Oracle E-Business Suite and Enterprise clients to interact with other clients, vendors and Oracle thought leaders. The OHUG conference delivers a unique environment in which members are able to openly collaborate with other users in their industries that are using the same modules and experiencing similar challenges.

WHO: HumanConcepts is the developer of OrgPlus®, the leading software for workforce modeling and intelligence. OrgPlus provides executives with a real-time dashboard of their workforce, provides managers the tools and information they need to plan and action workforce change, and empowers employees with a better understanding of their organizations and available resources. OrgPlus Enterprise is validated by Oracle for integration with the Oracle E-Business Suite. HumanConcepts is the first organizational charting vendor with an Oracle Application Integration Initiative (AII) validated solution for Oracle E-Business Suite.

WHY: When people think of organization charts, the delivery of analytical and metric information is not the first thing that comes to mind. Instead, people think of one or two page hierarchical charts used to view the reporting structure of a department or two. "Enterprise Org Charting: Beyond Basic Visualization" presented by Jim Candler, Vice President of Product Strategy, will demonstrate how centralizing such information and combining hierarchical data from all departments using Web-based organization charts can deliver value far exceeding traditional expectations.
Visitors to the HumanConcepts booth will learn how companies with Oracle systems such as Verizon Wireless, Stryker Corporation and JetBlue have benefited from using OrgPlus.

WHEN: The OHUG Conference will take place September 24-26 at the Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The "Enterprise Org Charting: Beyond Basic Visualization" presentation will be held on Monday, September 24th from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

WHERE: Visit HumanConcepts at booth 209. The "Enterprise Org Charting: Beyond Basic Visualization" presentation will take place in Concorde C.

To register or to find out more about the conference please visit http://www.ohug.org.

About HumanConcepts
HumanConcepts is the leading provider of workforce modeling and intelligence solutions. With its OrgPlus technology charting millions of employees for organizations worldwide, including 400 of the Fortune 500, HumanConcepts has defined best practices in organizational charting. OrgPlus uniquely integrates with HR systems to automatically create, update and distribute organizational charts for team collaboration, workforce planning and critical decision-making. OrgPlus integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Office applications.

HumanConcepts is based in California with offices in the United Kingdom and Germany and offers OrgPlus software and services worldwide. For more information please visit http://www.humanconcepts.com.

CONTACT:
Ron Campbell
Public Relations Manager
HumanConcepts
(415) 275-9182
ron.campbell(@)humanconcepts.com

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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