HR Open Standards will host their 2020 Annual Meeting in Miami, Florida at the Marriott Dadeland, April 2-3, 2020. Our 2020 Annual Meeting provides the opportunity to learn from HR Technology influencers and decision makers. The only conference with this caliber of HR Tech professionals in one place, it is an effective way to network with C-suite executives, IT managers, developers/architects, and HR consultants.
Keynote and session highlights include:
- People Analytics in Standards Implementations | Dr. Michael Moon, ADP
- Aligning Education, Workforce, and Credentialing Data in the New Economy | James Elder, DDI; Michael Moon, ADP; Jason Tyszko, USCCF; Jason Sole, DirectEmployers
- Data Protection and Privacy Regulations in 2020 | Bon Idziak, Accurate Background
- How Blockchain is Innovating HR | Rick Barfoot, HRNX
- HR-XML Canonical Data Model for APIs and Data Governance | Ray Diaz JM Family Enterprises, Inc.
- How To Implement A Standard in the Worst Possible Way and Other Bad Ideas | Jim Elder, DDI; Leslie Erwin, ADP; Tom Adams, Applicant Insight
- Technology Use Cases | Andrew Cunsolo, Talemetry; Ingolf Teetz, milch & zucker
During the conference you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Discuss HR trends and technology with your peers
- Network with like-minded technologists
- Resolve integration and standards challenges
- Participate in active workgroup projects
View the full meeting agenda on the HR Open Standards 2020 Annual Meeting event page. Save $100 by registering today, early bird pricing ends March 6th!
About HR Open Standards
Founded in 1999 as the HR-XML Consortium, HR Open Standards Consortium is a voluntary, consensus-based standards organization. Our community of HR technologists facilitate discussions on global technology concepts and challenges. Members collaborate to develop free standards, which encompass the full HR domain from Hire to Retire and are open to all HR professionals.
HR Open Standards