HRMAC Summit, 1st November, Chicago

Kate Fletcher
Published on 20th October 2016
1 min read

Exploring the impact of People Analytics: get up close and personal at the HRMAC Summit

We’ve had a great few weeks announcing and launching our brand new People Analytics capabilities at leading global events Dreamforce and the HR Technology Conference and Expo.

With the potential of this advanced workforce insight now unwrapped and out there, we’re excited about the opportunity to discuss it further in a more intimate forum at the one day HRMAC summit next month.

SUMMIT 2016 is a one-day gathering of HR leaders and shapers who want to discover resources and approaches that will help them have an even greater impact on their employer’s success. It’s billed as an intensive learning experience that delivers new perspectives from a mix of HR and business speakers. Sage People is all set to make the most of our day in Chicago to understand more about how People Analytics can help visionary organizations and share what we know about its application in our industry.

If you’re lucky enough to have a ticket (or plan to buy one – they’re still available here) you can find us in the Expo hall at booth #111 and meet us in the networking breaks and receptions, where we’ll have our ears to the ground for the latest insights from a room full of switched on people leaders.

We’re looking forward to learning from keynote speakers in the Learning Sessions, where supplier-client partnerships will present the real-life application of the latest people thinking and tools.

One of HRMAC’s three promises is to ‘Expand your Knowledge’. Thought-provoking, practical and energetic, we’re expecting to come away with inspiration of our own as well as sharing Sage People intelligence with hundreds of visionary HR professionals who are hungry for innovative answers to their people questions and challenges.

Find out more about how the Sage People HRMS provides leading-edge people insights by visiting us on the 1st!

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