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The conference will be held in Times Square, New York at the Marriot Marquis on the 1st and 2nd of October 2015.
NEW YORK, NY, April 22, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- OrangeHRM, the world's most used open source human resource management software (HRM) company, today announced its first user conference OHRMCon 2015. The conference will be held in Times Square, New York at the Marriot Marquis on the 1st and 2nd of October 2015.
The agenda is packed with key notes and cases studies from an A-list of celebrity CEO's, industry experts, thought leaders and analysts.
HR for All
OHRMCon 2015 will follow the theme "HR for All" and will highlight how OrangeHRM fits into any business to deliver an extraordinary experience and results. Long time OrangeHRM users Red Hat, Caceis and Diona will feature in case study and panel discussions to discuss how OrangeHRM can be implemented across diverse organizations.
OrangeHRM's product roadmap has an exciting set of revolutionary features that are set to be unveiled at the OHRMCon. Among those is a state of the art Applicant Tracking System (ATS) which is under development and is internally referred to Project Nova.
OrangeBuzz is another addition that will be unveiled at the OHRMCon 2015. This integrated application will function as a private social media too for those companies that like to keep their chatter secured and in-house.
While the OrangeHRM is yet to announce its entire list of speakers, some experts have already been featured on the official website and video.
Lee Congdon is responsible for Red Hat's global information systems, including technology strategy, enterprise architecture, information technology governance, solutions delivery, and the systems operations supporting the company. Lee has more than 25 years of experience as an IT leader. Before joining Red Hat, he was at Capital One, NASDAQ, Citicorp and IBM.
David is one of the Founders of MySQL. Before MySQL took over all time David worked as a consultant for over 15 years. In January 2008 Sun Microsystems acquired MySQL for a staggering $1 Billion proving the legitimacy of open source business models.
Dr. Richard Johnson
Dr. Johnson is a professor of management at UAlbany's School of Business. His research focuses on Human Resource Information systems (HRIS) e-learning, the psychological and sociological impact of technology, psychology and computer use, Motivation and the digital divide. His recent articles include studies on e-learning and gender, e-commerce and e-learning effectiveness. Dr. Johnson received his PhD from the University of Maryland.
More about OHRMCon 2015
OHRMCon attracts users around the globe and we are excited on the response we have received after our announcement on social medial," said Sujee Saparamadu, Co-founder and CEO.
"We look forward to an engaging, informative and collaborative event to reinforce our vision of the future for OrangeHRM." At OHRMCon, attendees will see and hear first-hand how to leverage the latest OrangeHRM editions and the respective companies will receive the OrangeHRM ATS Module and training absolutely free.
Furthermore attendees will learn from the world's most experienced HRM experts about the latest trends and obtain guidance via numerous networking opportunities throughout the conference.
OrangeHRM Inc., located in Secaucus, NJ, is a highly flexible, emerging organization that specializes in affordable Human Resources Management (HRM), also known as Human Capital Management (HCM) for SME's. The open source OrangeHRM product suite includes an array of modules that provide personal information management (PIM), employee self-service (ESS), leave management, time and attendance tracking (PTO), performance evaluation and recruitment, all at no cost.
OrangeHRM has been downloaded more than 600,000 times and has more than 1,000,000 users making it the leading open source HRIS in the world. OrangeHRM also offers a subscription-based, hosted service that eliminates the need for installing and maintaining the product internally.
OrangeHRM was started during fall 2005 and the first beta release was made in January 2006. Ever since OrangeHRM has been embraced by its community and is continuously improved by the help of a receptive and knowledgeable worldwide open source community.
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