WorkForce Software’s Vision 2013 Event to Feature Bill Kutik…from WorkForce Software

 

Leading Voice in HR Technology to moderate client panel

 

Marc Moschetto, Vice President of Marketing, from WorkForce Software appeared on the HRchitect WebMingle on August 12, 2010 and Kevin Choksi, CEO with WorkForce Software appeared on October 25, 2012. HRchitect’s Matt Lafata, one of the industry’s leading HCM Systems analysts, attended WorkForce Software’s Vision 2010 conference as well as their first Analyst Day in July of 2012. HRchitect was also a proud sponsor of the Vision 2012 conference in Las Vegas.

 

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WorkForce Software, the leading provider of workforce management solutions for organizations with complex labor policies and stringent compliance demands, recently announced details of its upcoming client conference, Vision 2013. Being held at the Ritz-Carlton, Naples from November 3-6, the Vision conference is the largest annual gathering of WorkForce Software clients, prospective clients, and partners.

Vision 2013 will feature dozens of informative sessions, presented by experts from a variety of workforce management disciplines, including HR leaders, independent analysts, and implementation and change management consultants. One of the featured experts will be Bill Kutik, co-chairman of the HR Technology Conference, and a leading voice in the HR community. At Vision 2013, Kutik is reprising his popular role as the moderator of the event’s client panel.

“Workforce management technologies are in a renaissance period, thanks to a flurry of vendor innovation, increasing compliance pressures and more ambitious demands from clients,” commented Kutik. “I look forward to another engaging discussion at Vision 2013, where HR and business leaders convene to examine what these changes mean, and how they are putting workforce technologies to better use.”

“Bill Kutik has long been one of the most respected and insightful commentators on the HR technology landscape, and we are delighted to have him join us once again,” added Marc Moschetto, vice president of Marketing at WorkForce Software. “Vision 2013 is designed to highlight the strategic role of workforce management, and no one is better able to interpret this evolution than Bill. His session is sure to educate – and entertain – clients, partners, and WorkForce employees alike.”

Additional details about Vision 2013 can be viewed on the conference website, and other featured speakers will be announced shortly. To register for Vision 2013, please visit http://vision.workforcesoftware.com.

For more information on WorkForce Software, please visit www.workforcesoftware.com

 

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Matt Lafata, HRchitect

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