13 consulting firms at HR Tech event in Las Vegas

19 October 2015 Consultancy.uk 4 min. read

From 18 to 21 October 2015, the HR Technology conference will take place in Las Vegas. The event, which focuses on the HR success enabled by technology, is expected to attract industry experts, thought leaders from HR consultancies, senior HR executives and software vendors. 13 consulting firms will contribute to the event, either as a sponsor, or by providing key speakers or a presence on the Expo.

The HR Technology conference is an event that focuses on the business process and organisational success enabled by technology. The conference will cover both traditional technologies and processes and the latest trends, including SaaS, The Cloud, social, mobile, analytics, video, gamification, Big Data and MOOCs. During the four-day experience attendees will receive an overview of the latest developments in the field of HR Technology, gain insight in new HR solutions and have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of leading HR-experts.

The 2015 edition of the event will be held from 18 to 21 October at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

Human Resource Executive event

The event is divided into a conference, hosting senior executives from many leading organisations as speakers, and an expo of HR technology products and services, with more than 300 exhibiting companies and over 60 new product announcements.

Consulting firms
For consulting firms, the congress provides an ideal platform to showcase their thought leadership, expertise and solutions to (potential) clients and learn from best practices from other experts in the field. In total 13 firms have committed themselves to the event, of which ten either signed up as a sponsor or to be present on the expo:

Consultancy sponsors at HR Tech event

In addition, eighteen consultants of advisory companies will provide a contribution to the event’s programme, through for instance a keynote presentation, conference sessions or panel discussion. An overview of the speakers from the consulting industry:

Dani Johnson, Research Manager, Lead Analyst, VP, Enterprise Learning - Bersin by Deloitte
David Mallon, Head of Research - Bersin by Deloitte
Josh Bersin , Principal - Bersin by Deloitte
Andy Rice, Principal & Lead Strategist - Black Box Consulting
Debbie Collins, Director, MyLearning & University Information Systems - Capgemini
Erica Volini, National Managing Partner, HR Transformation & Technology - Deloitte

Dani Johnson - David Mallon - Josh Bersin - Andy Rice - Debbie Collins - Erica Volini

Clodagh O’Reilly, Science & Analytics Practice Leader EMEA - IBM
Debbie Landers, GM, Kenexa & Smarter Workforce - IBM
Dyke DeBrie, Executive, Smarter Workforce, Talent Acquisition and Learning - IBM
Jennifer O'Brien, Head of Talent Attraction - IBM
Kyu Rhee, MD, VP & Chief Health Officer - IBM
Ray Schreyer,Tools & Technology Manager - IBM

Clodagh OReilly - Debbie Landers - Dyke DeBrie - Jennifer OBrien - Kyu Rhee - Ray Schreyer

Kim Seals, Senior Partner - Mercer
Byron Abramowitz, Director - PwC
Dan Staley, Partner - PwC
Diane Youden, Partner - PwC
Martin Burns, Direct Sourcing & Technology Channel Lead - PwC
Thomas Codd, Vice Chairman, US Human Capital Leader - PwC

Kim Seals - Byron Abramowitz - Dan Staley - Diane Youden - Martin Burns - Thomas Codd