Hear Chris Leone, senior vice president of Applications Development, talk about the latest release of Oracle HCM Cloud in this webcast on Customer Connect, which requires a Customer Connect account. He highlights the next generation of user experience (UX) design, how Oracle HCM Cloud is keeping things fresh, and focuses on Oracle’s investments in UX. You’ll see examples of the newsfeed layout and mobile-responsive tasks.
Oracle Senior Vice President Chris Leone talks recently about what’s coming in Oracle HCM Cloud.
Aylin Uysal, senior director, HCM User Experience, talks with Oracle customers at a recent event.
We also love this piece by Steve Cox, group vice president, Cloud Business Group, who writes about Oracle ERP Cloud and how it stacks up to Workday in this post on The Oracle Blog. He shares our vision of how emerging technology could influence the way we go through our day, balancing personal and work lives. Read his post to see the “Going Through Your Day” video.
A customer offers feedback on unreleased cloud user experiences in this photo from Oracle OpenWorld 2017.
OUR RESEARCH CONTINUES: Do you use an HCM application for self-service tasks? Oracle is looking for employees and line managers of various business units to provide feedback on new Oracle HCM Cloud designs. Sign up for a remote session today.
CELEBRATING A DECADE OF COLLABORATION: We mentioned last month that the Oracle Usability Advisory Board (OUAB) has just passed its 10th birthday. Read more about the kind of work OUAB members have done together as they mark this milestone in a new post on the team blog.
NEW WEBSITE: As Oracle prepares to make a large investment in user experience design, we’ve launched a new microsite aimed at recruiting designers. Check it out for a snapshot of some of the people behind Oracle’s design work.
EMERGING TECH RESEARCH: Our emerging technologies research and development team, The AppsLab, is at the forefront of UX work. Not only do they have an interesting IoT workshop taking off for a trip around the world with Oracle Code 2018, which you can read about here, lots of other projects are in the works. In another new post, AppsLab leader Jake Kuramoto looks at a few of these projects and how they might affect the way we do our jobs in the near and far futures.