HCM CENTRAL – THE PALACE HOTEL
Come and chat with us at HCM Central in the Palace Hotel this year at OpenWorld. We’ll be happy to catch up with old friends and meet new ones. We’ll make sure we have a good selection of chocolates too!
INTRASEE’S JOINT SESSION WITH ORACLE
We have been hard at work on a new joint collaboration with Oracle and we are excited to share all the details at OpenWorld! Be sure not to miss our presentation with Oracle where we will be discussing and demonstrating their exciting new Oracle Content and Experience Cloud product. Plus, learn how IntraSee will be using our Usability Cloud to further enhance the user experience of it. There will be a lot to show and tell, and we can’t wait to share more about it in the next few weeks.
Empower Your Employees and Drive Productivity with a Modern Intranet Experience
Room: Moscone West – 2014
Date & Time: Wednesday, Sep 21, 12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. @ Moscone West – 2014
INTRASEE IN THE ORACLE CLOUD
People view Enterprise systems in a different light to how they view their personal time on the Internet. They are focused on performing a specific task – which they expect to perform quickly and easily. Failure to do this causes:
- Increased calls to the helpdesk
- Bad data entry
- A frustrated workforce
- Perception that your organization doesn’t understand technology
- Lack of awareness of organizational goals
- Lower productivity
Come by our booth at the Palace Hotel to see how we solve these kinds of problems, especially if you have multiple cloud applications and want to turn them into a seamless user experience that fits with all your other applications. Setup your personal demo time at OpenWorld by contacting us.
HAVE YOU MISSED OUR BLOGS?
We’ve been very busy this year, sharing our observations by creating new blogs on various subjects that we feel are important today. Our latest blog looks at the importance of usability testing and how it impacts the entire user experience. We also decided to take a trip to Jurassic Park to see what lessons could be learned from creating a dinosaur theme park. You’d be surprised how much is applicable to your everyday ERP project.