HRchitect Tech Vendor News: HCM Expert Mollie Lombardi to Present Closing Keynote at WorkForce Software’s Vision 2013 Event

– Leading Analyst to Share Expert Insight on Future of Workforce Management at Company’s User Conference –

LIVONIA, Mich. (June 20, 2013) – WorkForce Software, the leading provider of workforce management solutions for organizations with complex labor policies and stringent compliance demands, today announced that Mollie Lombardi, vice president and principal analyst for the Aberdeen Group Human Capital Management research practice, will provide the closing keynote at the company’s Vision 2013 User Conference.

With more than a decade of experience in human capital research and consulting, Lombardi is a renowned expert on the most pressing issues facing HR and talent management leaders. Throughout her career, she has surveyed and interviewed thousands of end users to uncover the best-in-class strategies, capabilities, tools and technologies they use to address those challenges. Lombardi’s expertise is highly sought after, and she has written and spoken about a wide variety of HCM topics, including strategic talent management, workforce planning, employee engagement, talent acquisition and learning, and the use of emerging technologies.

During her closing keynote at Vision 2013, Lombardi will cap off the event’s discussions on the latest workforce management trends, strategies and technology with an expert assessment of the issues that will affect HCM professionals in the next 12 months and well into the future. With workforce management at a critical inflection point, she will explain how there is no more powerful tool within an organization than its ability to understand whether it has the workforce required to execute on its business strategy. By addressing what is next for workforce management, and how trends like mobile, social and collaboration will influence greater workforce management strategy and execution, Lombardi will offer attendees a unique perspective on how tomorrow’s leaders will achieve business success.

“Vision 2013 is designed to connect attendees with the insight and best practices that help them continue to improve workforce management execution and results,” said Kevin Choksi, WorkForce Software’s co-founder and CEO. “With Mollie delivering the closing keynote, we can be assured that attendees will leave with a broadened perspective of where workforce management is today and how its continued evolution will shape business practices in the years ahead.”

Lombardi commented, “I truly believe there’s no more exciting time to influence business success through better workforce management than today. The demands of our customers and our employees are changing, and organizations must act now to keep up with what’s coming next.”

Vision 2013 is designed to provide users of WorkForce Software’s EmpCenter suite with direct, tangible and impactful information that helps them make the most of their investment in the solution. The conference will be held at the Ritz-Carlton in Naples, Florida from Sunday, November 3 through Wednesday, November 6, 2013. Additional information, including registration details, is available at: http://vision.workforcesoftware.com/.

For more information, visit www.workforcesoftware.com or contact us at (877) 493-6723.

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