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Oracle Cloud:

Oracle HCM Cloud


Service Update
Chris Leone
Senior Vice President
HCM Cloud Product Development

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Oracles HCM Cloud Service Strategy


Transform Human Capital Management with a Modern, Functionally

Deep, Information Rich, and Unified HCM and Talent Cloud


With a Modern Consumer User Interface on all devices and
channels and seamless Social Networking
With Functional Depth to support complex organizations,
industry-specific needs, and evolving regulations
With Integrated Business Intelligence enabling Forward Looking
Workforce Planning & Prediction
On a common Foundation Platform which provides Social,
Predictive Analytics, Integration and Extensibility

Oracle Cloud: The Most Complete Anywhere

Information-as-a-Service
Software-as-a-Service
Platform-as-a-Service
Infrastructure-as-a-Service

Software-as-a-Service: All Major Categories


Enterprise
Resource
Planning

Enterprise
Performance
Management

Human Capital
Management

Talent
Management

Marketing
& Sales

Commerce, CPQ,
& Order Capture

Customer Service
& Support

Supply Chain
Management

Social Relationship Management

Oracle Cloud: Human Capital Management


Social

Job
Boards

Employee
Networks

Candidate
Portal

Mobile

Help Desk
Contractors

Web

Global HR

Workforce Rewards
and Payroll

Workforce
Management

Workforce
Optimization

Talent
Management

Recruiting and
On-Boarding

Performance and
Succession

Learning and
Development

Globalizations and Statutory Localizations

Integrated
Human Capital
and Talent
Management Foundation
Customer
Experience
Foundation
Social Network

Mobile
22

Analytic KPIs &


Dashboards

Predictive
Analytics

Integrations

The World Works on Oracle HCM Cloud


Recruiting to Hiring to Talent Management and Development

Oracle HCM Cloud...


is currently being used by 6,000
companies

features profiles for 417 million job


candidates

is run by 73% of Fortune 100


companies

handles 12.5 million users who log


in 60 million times per month,
creating 110 million transactions
per day

enables 11% of all US hires


users post 1.2 million job
openings each quarter

has 14 compliant localizations in


34 languages being used in 180
countries

Oracle HCM Cloud


Global Human Resources
Workforce
Management

Workforce
Rewards

Workforce
Optimization

Workforce
Analytics

Social Data
and Insight

Social Listening
and Engagement

Social
Workforce

Social Talent
Management

Oracle HCM Cloud


Talent Management
Recruiting

Candidate
Sourcing

Onboarding

Learning &
Development

Performance
Management

Talent
Review

Goal
Management

Succession
Management

Global Differentiators
vs. other HCM Cloud Vendors
Modern:
Designed for todays consumers: managers and employees. Consumer like look and feel, mobile
1st design, social and big data driven business processes.
Engaging:
Modern UX designed to work across devices and to reach users in their preferred method for HR
insight and actions. Immersive and responsive experience on desktop, tablet and smart phones.
Innovative:
Work Life Apps provide new opportunities to engage workers, bring awareness and insight, and
enhance productivity.
Complete HCM Suite:
Delivering a full suite of HR and Talent Management applications to meet customer needs from
Fortune 100 to midsize companies.
Global:
Broadest Global Capability with support for 200+ countries; translated in 34 languages; statutory
HR for 17 Countries

Global Differentiators
vs. other HCM Cloud Vendors
Flexible Deployment Options:
Designed to support phased migration to the cloud: Talent Management-only; Talent and HR;
Talent, HR and Pay; Talent, HR, Pay and ERP.
Talent Centric:
Providing a complete integrated suite of Talent Management products including: Recruiting,
Learning, Performance, Compensation, Succession Planning and Talent Review.
Deepest Recruiting capability coupled with Social Sourcing.
Complete Learning Management and Social Learning for how Millennials acquire knowledge.
Social:
Oracle Social Network merges HCM business context with conversation throughout the HCM
Suite. Dedicated social applications for sourcing and learning provide new ways to engage digital
natives in HR processes.
Big Data Driven:
Integrated Workforce Planning and Predictive Analytics use Big Data to improve HR planning &
decisions. Enterprise Big Data insights support unified information across HCM, ERP and onpremise data sources, all in a single cloud.

Demonstration of Oracle HCM Cloud


Demo will show:
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Global HR, including full support for complex Time and Labor, and
Absence Management processes
Learning Management to grow and retain employees
World Leading Recruiting & Social Sourcing to expand your workforce
Enterprise Social Collaboration (OSN, Competitions & Social Learning,
Social Sourcing) to provide context and content to transactions
Work Life Apps Innovation for todays workforce

Copyright 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

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Demonstration
Oracle HCM Cloud

Industry Analysts Praise Oracle HCM


Adding it all up, Oracle over the last two years has jumped ahead of
most of its competitors by taking an integrated approach to human
resources and talent management while innovating in analytics, mobile
and social technologies and cloud computing.
Feb 2014

We were surprised by the uptake of momentum of Oracle HCM cloud


back at Open World - but can now report continued momentum in
customer uptake.
Customer go lives are all over the globe, speaking for a good sales effort
beyond North America, which can be a challenge for US based vendors.
Feb 2014

Feb 2014

social can be brought into the mix to set Oracle apart. Oracle
has its own Enterprise Social Network (ESN) in OSN, others do
not. Effective embedding and novel application of social in HCM
could highlight a level of innovation to existing and prospective
clients.

Global HCM Cloud Customers


Operating in 200+ Countries
Americas

EMEA

JAPAC

PeopleSoft Customers Move to HCM Cloud


Business Benefits
A French global investment, retirement, and insurance group wanted to pursue the
benefits of cloud computing and modern HR, needed to reduce costs and improve
efficiencies and employee collaboration.
Benefits: Mobile and Social HR improved employee connectivity, Single HR solution
reduced complexity, Improved productivity

Global shared services group had customized solutions used to serve their customers
resulting in high costs and inability to adopt current releases.
Benefits: Lowered the total cost of ownership, Configurability enabled without prohibiting
upgrades, Improved access to HCM information via mobile/social/BI, Transformation
based upon Modern HR best practices

Leading global automobile manufacturers European operations had diversified HR


systems and processes across its subsidiaries which were costly to maintain and
prevented enterprise visibility of its workforce.
Benefits: Reduced Total Cost of Ownership, Single source of truth, Streamlined HR
processes, Consolidated reporting speeds decisions

Large HCM Cloud Customers


Business Benefits
One of the USAs premier retailers was approaching its peak holiday season and
needed a robust recruiting tool to automate its process of reviewing over two million
resumes and hiring over 80,000 temporary workers within a six- to eight-week window.
Benefits: Streamlined recruitment process for the holiday season, Improved quality of
hires, Improved ability to evaluate and track candidates, Simplified the offer process

A world leading communications company replaces an outdated, heavily customized


legacy HCM solution because of its poor user experience, high maintenance costs,
and lengthy waits for system enhancements.
Benefits: Reduced Total cost of ownership, Improved access to Modern HR capabilities
(social, mobile BI), Simplified integrations, Improved employee satisfaction

Global specialist in energy management sought to standardize HR processes and


combine disparate systems to reduce complexity and costs.
Benefits: Standardized HR processes, Reduced system maintenance costs, Improved
employee productivity, Increased scalability as the company expands globally

Global HCM Cloud Customers


Business Benefits
Global distributor of nutritional products wanted a system to help simplify its HR and
talent management processes and enhance global reporting capabilities.
Benefits: Improved employee visibility, Deployed a company-wide talent management
program, Improved HCM Intelligence

Global travel management leader did not have a global standard HR system wanted to
establish a single system of record for all employees improving employee involvement
with managing their own objectives and performance.
Benefits: Modernized HR, Supports the hire-to-retire lifecycle, Improve employee and
manager access to HR information, Standardized HR processes across the business,
Improved local compliance

Leading e-commerce company operating web sites in 14 countries was running its
HR and talent management business through many decentralized local HR solutions
and manual spreadsheets.
Benefits: Improved insight to talent pool, Reduced labor costs, Improved productivity
in recruiting process, Reduced time to proficiency

SAP Customers Move to HCM Cloud


Business Benefits
The world leader in concessions and construction, based in France and employing
200,000 people in 100+ countries. Vincis current systems were not keeping up with the
growth of its workforce and had low adoption. The company needed a management
system that could better identify, maintain and develop highly skilled employees.
Benefits: Standardized talent processes to achieve talent driven transformation, Increased
user adoption, Gained global insight into employee development and compensation

Global natural gas exploration and distribution company sought to reduce the TCO,
improve self service adoption, and deploy a single, integrated solution reflecting modern
HCM best practices.
Benefits: Lowered the total cost of ownership, Improved employee productivity selfservice adoption, Improved employee performance, retention, and development

Colt needed to address the requirements of a vibrant, mobile workforce, but its existing
HCM/Talent solutions limited analytical insight into company talent.
Benefits: Improved analytical insight to talent, standardized single employee/HCM master
Improved employee experience from a unified user interface

HCM Cloud Customers in Financial Services


Business Benefits
A global financial institution wanted to gain more visibility into its workforce to better
leverage employees skills and maximize its their ability to impact business performance.
Benefits: Improved employee development plans and performance, using open standards
technology, Increased user adoption with flexible deployment options

New York City-based multinational investment management corporation existing HCM


system was not accepted by the users because it was difficult to use. The new system had
to be easy to use and integrate with existing Financial and Talent management systems.
Moving from EBS
Benefits: Increased employee utilization, Improved performance, Improved HR efficiency,
Reduced cost due to eliminating customization

Associated Bank needed to migrate off of its legacy mainframe system which was costly
to integrate and maintain. It wanted a unified HCM platform including payroll that
provided self-service capabilities to its employees.
Benefits: Enabled employee self service, Introduced paperless on boarding, moved to
in-house payroll, Improved internal communications

HCM & ERP Cloud Customers


Business Benefits
The worlds leading creative advertising agency had disparate HR and ERP solutions that
did not support complete hire to retire workforce processes.
Benefits: Single platform to support all HR and ERP functions, Improved visibility to
employee development objectives, Better support improved employee performance across
all functions

Global retail analysis company had aging HCM and ERP solutions that did not support
their envisioned transformation. With 15% growth targets, it needed an insightful platform
to support brisk decision making.
Benefits: Common platform to support enterprise growth, Improved insight to business
leaders and all employees to support growth, Redeployed employees to high value
activities, Reduced TCO

Rapidly growing casual-dining company outgrew its aging, customized infra-structure and
needed a flexible architecture to accommodate future business model changes & growth.
Benefits: Common platform to support enterprise growth, Lowered labor and food costs,
More efficient recruiting of candidates, Improved service for guests at hundreds of Red
Robin locations

HCM Cloud Suite Customers


Business Benefits
Texas-based producer of automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation
software, wanted to provide exceptional support to its employees, deliver easy to use
HR tools, and improve management visibility across the enterprise. Moving from EBS.
Benefits: Provided an easy-to-use, multi-lingual / multi-currency HCM platform, Improved
workforce visibility, employee performance, talent management, and skills portfolios, as
well as decision making for all levels of the organization

A U.S.-based global manufacturing company had multiple HCM systems causing


misalignment between technology platform and applications which surfaced a need to
modernize and simplify IT processes for HCM.
Benefits: Provided single view of the employee information, Standardized and
streamlined HR processes across all divisions, Able to remain current on technology
simplifying IT

A fabless semiconductor company had a legacy HCM system that had not been
upgraded in years. Employees felt the HR programs were antiquated and the company
was not investing in their development.
Benefits: Reduced resources needed to support HR, Increased engagement of executives
and LoB managers in talent initiatives, Improved employee satisfaction due to better user
experience, Improved reporting via end-user driven reports

Oracles HCM Cloud Service Summary


Oracle has best-in-class software-as-a-service offerings

in IaaS, PaaS, ERP, HCM, and CX.


Oracle HCM Cloud Service has strong momentum thru Q3 across all

industries, geographies and company sizes.


Oracle HCM Cloud Service is differentiated through Social, Mobile, Big

Data and new HR innovations like Work Life applications.


We have live and reference-able customers in every major geography.
Finally, we have up-sell and cross-sell opportunities both within the HCM

Suite and to other Oracle back- and front-office SaaS applications.