Cornerstone at HR Tech World in Paris

October 5, 2016 Geoffroy De Lestrange

 

The leading movers and shakers of the HR industry will descend onto Paris in the next few weeks for HR Tech World Congress 2016.

 

Hosted at the Palais des Congrès de Paris on 25-26 October, the show is all set-up to inspire the thousands of attendees covering all the latest trends in HR and technology.

 

As sponsors of the show, we’re proud to be among the magnifique line-up of speakers, which include Twitter, IDC, AirBnB, Shell, Dell, Google, BlaBlaCar, Coca-Cola, L’Oréal and many more.

 

The three sessions you must not miss

 

Our very own Matthieu Durif, solution consulting director EMEA, will go beyond talking about the benefits of big data and predictive analytics by showing attendees how to make data actionable in order to drive deeper understanding of your workforce.

 

You also shouldn’t miss Geoffroy de Lestrange, our product marketing manager EMEA, who will be among the hosts of disruptHR’s competition. Geoffroy will open the showcase on both days as well as presenting “The New Definition of Human Capital Management” on Wednesday 26th October at 10:30 a.m.

 

Last but not least, Cornerstone client Deutsche Post DHL will be presenting at the iRecruit Track Session on Tuesday 25th October at 2:55 p.m. In this session, Peter Schoof, SVP HR Processes & Platform Management at DP DHL, will explain the drivers behind the implementation of a pure SaaS, unified talent strategy for this complex, global and non-organically grown organisation. 

 

Please do join us either at our booth – number 312 – or at the HR Tech World cocktail party on the 25th. From 6 p.m, we will be on the 34th floor of the Hyatt Regency for cocktails, canapés and the best views of Paris.  

 

A bientôt!    

 

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Geoffroy De Lestrange

Product Marketing & Communication Director EMEA at Cornerstone OnDemand

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