HRO Summit 2011 Will Offer Insights into Global Trends and Best Practices of the HR-Driven Enterprise

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In the world of Human Resources Outsourcing (HRO) services, buyers are more knowledgeable than ever about their options and are looking to providers to deliver cost savings, innovative services and technologies, and a level of expertise that they clearly can't duplicate on their own. These expectation and the global trends driving them will explored in depth at the HRO Summit 2011, the premier event for HR professionals and change agents, which takes place May 24 through 26 at the Venetian Hotel, Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Without a doubt, HRO buyers will be focused on cost savings in 2011 but they'll also be looking for real innovation and expert guidance from their partners

In the world of Human Resources Outsourcing (HRO) services, buyers are more knowledgeable than ever about their options and are looking to providers to deliver cost savings, innovative services and technologies, and a level of expertise that they clearly can't duplicate on their own. These expectation and the global trends driving them will explored in depth at the HRO Summit 2011, the premier event for HR professionals and change agents, which takes place May 24 through 26 at the Venetian Hotel, Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Among the key trends that will be discussed are:

  •     Global capabilities and their growing importance to U.S.-based companies
  •     Cloud-based and SaaS (software as a service) solutions
  •     The demand for truly integrated HR solutions
  •     Turning single-service contracts into multi-service opportunities

"Without a doubt, HRO buyers will be focused on cost savings in 2011 but they'll also be looking for real innovation and expert guidance from their partners," said Elliot Clark, CEO of SharedXpertise and creator of the HR Today Forum. "The HRO Summit gives HR change agents and business leaders a unique opportunity to come together to discuss how they can lead the corporate agenda and unleash the true potential of the HR-Powered Enterprise."

The HRO Summit 2011 is one of four summits taking place at the HRO Today Forum, which unites HR and recruiting change agents and business executives interested in helping to define the future of HR services and technology and how they impact the HR-powered enterprise. The Forum's other summits are the RPO Summit and the MSP Summit.

The Forum also features the fourth summit – the innovative HR Demo Show – the world's largest gathering of buyers of HR and recruitment services and technologies. All HRO Today Forum attendees receive a free pass to the HR Demo Show, enabling them to test drive and experience the latest recruitment and talent management technologies.

The HRO Today Forum will feature industry thought leaders Peter Cappelli and Naomi Bloom; Barry Maher, author of Filling the Glass; John Murabito, SVP and Chief HR Officer, Cigna Corporation; and Kevin Kruse, author of "We" -- a WSJ, USA Today and NYT best-seller – as well as the top HR industry analysts and HR and recruitment technology suppliers. More speakers will be announced soon.

Individuals who register for the HRO Today Forum before April 16, 2011 will save 30%. Be sure to reference the offer code: PSTDE30.

About SharedXpertise
SharedXpertise is the leader in providing media, summits and forums that develop professional practices in the areas of corporate responsibility, human resources and financial management. Its media offerings include print and online publications; its summits are conferences and its forums offer association membership programs. SharedXpertise serves strategy-level corporate executives in the human resources, finance, compliance and sustainability professions in North America, Europe and Asia.

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

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