Call for Presentations Issued for theHRshow 2010

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theHRshow, the industry’s leading regional HR Technology show has announced a call for presentations for the 2010 event, taking place February 4 & 5 in Frisco, Texas. This announcement comes on the heels of the 2009 event, which was held virtually June 10-12, 2009. Senior-level HR practitioners, industry experts and HR technology vendors are being invited to submit presentation and case study proposals for consideration on any topic that will assist today’s HR and HRIS professionals to help their organizations be more successful through the use of HR technology.

theHRshow was created by industry experts and senior-level practitioners who know the kind of challenges HR and HRIS professionals face on a daily basis

theHRshow, the industry’s leading regional HR Technology show has announced a call for presentations for the 2010 event, taking place February 4 & 5 in Frisco, Texas. This announcement comes on the heels of the 2009 event, which was held virtually June 10-12, 2009.

Senior-level HR practitioners, industry experts and HR technology vendors are being invited to submit presentation and case study proposals for consideration on any topic that will assist today’s HR and HRIS professionals to help their organizations be more successful through the use of HR technology.

“Due to current economic conditions and causing trade show attendance to be down across the board, theHRshow 2009 was a tremendous success and very well received as a virtual event,” commented Matt Lafata, Chairman of theHRshow. “As we fully believe trade show and conference attendance will bounce back in late 2009/early 2010, theHRshow 2010 will be an on-site event.”

theHRshow 2010 will touch on many different HR technology areas. Those who are chosen to give presentations or participate on panels will be provided with an opportunity to share their knowledge, experience and viewpoints with HR professionals who will share that information with others. Lafata continued, “The 2010 event will be a fantastic opportunity to showcase the presenter’s knowledge and viewpoints to HR and HRIS professionals throughout the industry.”

theHRshow 2010 stems from a proven track record of success. The 2008 on-site event was a one-day conference with over 200 attendees and 30 exhibitors. In 2009, theHRshow was held virtually and had over 800 attendees. In 2010, theHRshow is expected to be the biggest yet with hundreds of attendees and dozens of exhibitors.

“The positive comments we received from the 2009 virtual event were overwhelming,” stated Tiffany Appleby, Director of Conference Communications. “Of all of the feedback we received from the event, the one that stuck most was, ‘You’ve set the stage for others to follow your lead by providing insightful sessions in an interactive, engaging and creative manner.’ This really speaks volumes and attendees of the 2010 event will have the same great experience as they did in 2009, but in an on-site format.”

Regional HR shows, such as theHRshow 2010, will continue to be an economical and effective way for HR practitioners to gain education from industry thought leaders while budgets are still tight.

“theHRshow was created by industry experts and senior-level practitioners who know the kind of challenges HR and HRIS professionals face on a daily basis,” continued Lafata. “We are confident that attendees will be in for a real treat. The bottom line is that the attendees will see the same caliber of presentations as the larger, more expensive shows, but at a fraction of the cost.”

Proposal submissions are currently being accepted via theHRshow 2010 website at theHRshow2010.com. The deadline for submissions is midnight on Friday, August 14, 2009. A list of the presentations from the 2009 event can be viewed at theHRshow2009.com/agenda.htm.

Registration for theHRshow 2010 is now open. Visit theHRshow2010.com to register and learn more about the event.

About theHRshow:
theHRshow is a production of HRchitect, the leader in HR systems strategic consulting. As the premier Human Capital Management (HCM) and Talent Management Systems consulting firm, our services include the selection, implementation, and integration of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), Talent Management Suites (TMS), Performance Management, Succession Management, Compensation Management, Learning Management, Competency Management, Talent Acquisition Systems, and Time & Attendance software.

HRchitect has participated in the successful evaluation and implementation of HR technology systems for leading high-tech, high-growth leaders such as Perot Systems, WebMD, and Symantec; manufacturing companies such as 3M, Texas Instruments, and Raytheon; retail leaders including Best Buy, Domino’s Pizza, PepsiAmericas, J.C. Penney, and Target; healthcare/bio-tech organizations such as Alcon Labs, The Mayo Clinic, and Tenet Healthcare; financial organizations including: Barclay’s Global Investors, Countrywide Financial, and VISA; energy leaders such as Baker Hughes, ConocoPhillips, and Lyondell Chemical; transportation leaders such as APL, FedEx, and Southwest Airlines; telecommunication leaders AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon; as well as leading hospitality companies such as Hyatt, Marriott, and Starwood.

Based in Dallas with consultants nationwide, HRchitect has completed over 1500 successful engagements for more than 600 clients over the past twelve years. HRchitect’s client list consists of companies of all sizes from all industries and includes more than 1 in 5 companies on the Fortune 100 list.

To find out how HRchitect’s HR software expertise can benefit your company, visit our website at HRchitect.com or call 214-619-0888.

To find out more about theHRshow visit the event website at theHRshow2010.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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