This week I've finally been allowed, to talk publicly, about some of the new Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management products, specifically HCM Analytics. To say that I am happy, after 6 years of work on this, would be a dramatic understatement.
I won't spend a whole lot of time blogging about it. As the attached podcast and webinar is going to give you more detail than I can write about in 4 paragraphs or less . However, I will tell you that Fusion HCM, out of the box, delivers more analytics capabilities/content than any previous release, Oracle or otherwise. For example, when I talk about the "Transact" category of products in the webinar, you get the products described as part of Fusion HCM. Which means you get and can out of the box:
- predict performance and attrition at every level of the organization (from Individual Contributor to Organizations to c-level)
- instantly know what's going on with your workforce and take action through your role based dashboards and visual organizational charts
- embedded analytics in just about every single transaction
- industry proven (1,000s of customers using this today) ad hoc reporting through a common analytics designer/composer
- compliance reporting
- document generation
I might be mistaken, but I don't know of any other company offering this much capability with their Products, yet alone deliver on something as new and powerful as Predictive Analytics, out of the box.
Podcast-Fusion Human Capital Management - Know Your People Better: Tune into this conversation with Brian Gaspar, Product Strategy Director for Oracle Fusion HCM analytics to learn how Fusion HCM puts information right at your fingertips, uses predictive analytics to uncover potential workforce problems, and easily turns that insight into action. All together, allowing you to know your people better, and succeed.
hr.com-Webinar-Measure What Matters: Every day organizations struggle to answer essential questions about their workforce. How will business be impacted by impending retirements and are we prepared? What skills will we need in the next 5 years that we don’t have in place today? What is the right mix of compensation to accelerate our performance? While traditional HR applications provide standard reporting to help fulfill compliance requirements, they often fall short when it comes to the full spectrum of analytic capabilities that HR professionals need to measure what truly matters.
In its next generation of Human Capital Management applications, Oracle has embedded analytics into the fabric of the HR transaction itself so that you have the information you need right at your fingertips. The system is designed to inform your next action so that the decisions you make are actionable. And seeing into the future? Even that is made possible with predictive analytics that help you anticipate what’s ahead.
Enjoy and if you have questions on it, let me know.