Pre-conference Announced at HR-XML’s 2008 Global Summit

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Session gives attendees insight into data exchange solutions.

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HR-XML announced today that it will host an exclusive pre-conference session of its 2008 Global Partnering & Integration Summit on Monday, October 13, from 8:00 am to 10:45 am. The session will be held at the Hyatt Regency McCormick in Chicago, Ill.

ADP’s CTO of Information Architecture, Steffen Fohn, and ADP’s Senior Director of Development, Mike Cataldo, will provide valuable insight into how to solve integration challenges with external customers and vendor data trading partners. Attendees will benefit from the advice of Paul Kiel, president, XML Helpline, and Brad Harris, CEO, Harris Echternach Solutions Corporation, on best practices of using data standards and data governance.

This session provides an opportunity to get practical demonstrations on using HR-XML standards to optimize HR processes in the context of real business scenarios. For details on the pre-conference, view the summit program.

The Summit also provides opportunities for participants to:
•Network with prominent business and technology leaders
•Exchange ideas with peers who perform similar functions and roles within the industry and face comparable challenges in today’s market
•Gain practical knowledge in HR systems integration
•Discover new ways to optimize business processes, solve business challenges and bring more value to their organizations
•Bring innovative ideas to their organizations

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The HR-XML Consortium is the recognized authority on, and leading source of, global interoperability standards for human resources management. Membership within the HR-XML Consortium is open to HR professionals, vendors, consultants, and other users or providers of HR systems and services.

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