Oracle Enable Enterprisewide Talent Management

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<p><strong>Redwood Shores, Calif. &mdash; July 11</strong><br />Leveraging Oracle&#39;s comprehensive human capital management applications, organizations across industries and around the world are selecting Oracle applications to enable enterprisewide talent management.&nbsp; </p><p>Customers such as City of Lakeland, Cox Communications, DENSO, Genpact, Hologic, Investors Bank &amp; Trust, Jefferson County School District, Northwestern University, Office Depot, Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), Terracon Consultants and the University of Missouri are benefiting from Oracle&#39;s complete approach to talent management.&nbsp; </p><p>Relying on Oracle, organizations are equipped to achieve workforce goals by recruiting the best talent, delivering comprehensive development programs and deploying competitive retention strategies.<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br />&quot;Organizations that align workforce management with business goals recognize the value that can be achieved from giving HR a strategic role within the enterprise,&quot; said Gretchen Alarcon, Oracle vice president of human capital management strategy. &quot;A sound talent management strategy can lead to operational savings and increased employee engagement, which ultimately strengthens the backbone of any business. </p><p>&quot;Oracle&#39;s suite approach to talent management is a flexible and comprehensive methodology companies can leverage to carry workers through the entire employee lifecycle, regardless of the industry, business need or size of the organization.&quot;</p>

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