Oracle- Top Sponsor of HCI’s National Summit

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<p><b>Washington, D.C. &mdash; Feb. 7</b><br />The Human Capital Institute (HCI), a professional association and educator in talent management strategies, has announced that Oracle will be a top sponsor of the institute&#39;s second-annual National Human Capital Summit, to be held March 19-21 in Phoenix. </p><p>Oracle is the world&#39;s largest enterprise software company and a provider of human capital management (HCM) solutions.<br /><br />Oracle is lending its support to what industry experts and senior executives are calling the most important human capital event of 2007.<br /><br />&quot;Oracle is a leader in the human capital management field, and its support of HCI&#39;s summit draws additional attention to the fact that the conference is a platform for addressing the latest issues in talent management,&quot; said Allan Schweyer, HCI president and executive director. &quot;We greatly appreciate Oracle&#39;s support.&quot;<br /><br />Oracle is sponsoring the summit at the &quot;Diamond&quot; level. </p><p>As a Diamond sponsor, Oracle receives comprehensive marketing opportunities before, during and after the conference, along with an array of benefits exclusive to the sponsor level. </p><p>Summit Diamond sponsor benefits include reserved rounds at the benefit golf tournament, tickets to a VIP reception for senior decision-making executives and recognition from the podium at a keynote address, among other perquisites and recognition.<br /><br />In addition to sponsoring the summit, Oracle supports HCI research. It underwrites &quot;Creelman at Large,&quot; HCI&#39;s ongoing series of interviews with human capital experts and visionaries conducted by David Creelman, Creelman Research CEO.<br /><br />&quot;We recognize that HCI is a driving force in human capital management, and we&#39;re pleased to lend our support to this year&#39;s summit,&quot; said Michelle Newell, Oracle senior director of product marketing for human capital management. &quot;We also look forward to continuing our support of the Human Capital Institute&#39;s research initiatives. </p>

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