Where: RACV City Club 501 Bourke Street Melbourne
When: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 07:30am - 10:00am

The Cloud revolution is here, more and more customers are making the move away from their traditional Oracle on-premise solutions to Cloud.  Are you being left behind? 

Over a delicious breakfast, join us to hear from implementation experts, product specialists and customers who have taken the leap and moved to Cloud.  We will be demonstrating the latest innovations in cloud and discussing how existing cloud customers have taken advantage of these innovations to improve their business.  Uncertain if this is the right time to move?  We will be dispelling some of the myths that surround on-premise to Cloud migrations and discussing the best practice approaches.
Register now for this event to learn:  

  • Are you ready to move to Cloud?  What should you be considering when making the move to Cloud and what is best practice.
  • How Cloud is revolutionising modern HR practice and helping business by more talent-centric.  Product showcase of Oracles Cloud Talent Management solution.

How Oracle cloud uses the latest mobile technologies to enable your staff with demonstrations and hands-on 


This breakfast session will consist of a number of presentations, plus some hands-on demos.

Presentation Topic Presenter
Introduction Richard Atkins
Are you ready to move to the Cloud? Myth, Realities and Best Practices. Moving from on-Premise to Cloud Richard Atkins
Oracle Innovation Showcase – Cloud Performance and Talent(TBC) Oracle (TBC)
Customer Showcase – TBC Kim Grey, Pepper Group (TBC)
Hands on Demo (Mobile Devices) Oracle
Q&A Session Roundtable Richard Atkins, Kim Grey, Oracle + TBC
Steven Hagler

Steven Hagler
Leader of Cloud Technology, APAC at Oracle

Steven is a strategic and transformational leader driven to accelerate business innovation and growth through effective use of new and emerging technologies.

Steven has held senior level positions in leading global Professional Services and product companies, serving as the primary conduit between business and technology executive stakeholders. His passion for technology is equally matched by a high capacity to ensure business outcomes and he is adept at communicating complex concepts and plans from Board level through to the HR practitioner.

Steven's current areas of expertise include cross-industry Cloud and Digital strategy and transition management. He is focused on helping clients move complex legacy "landed" technology to more agile cloud environments with a strict emphasis on reducing cost, eliminating long-term fixed cost risk, and achieving significant improvements in business agility and innovation.

Richard Atkins

Richard Atkins
Director, Oracle Cloud Practice, Certus APAC

Richard has over 20 years’ experience helping businesses around the world modernise their HR practices through the adoption of Oracle’s HCM cloud applications. He spent his early years working for Oracle as a technical consultant, before moving on to become a solution architect specialising in the delivery of Oracle HCM and Payroll solutions before joining Certus.

Richard joined Certus in 2012 and took on the role of Head of Cloud Applications Practice. Since joining he has successfully expanded the practice to now employing 85+ consultants with offices in UK, Australia and India.

Richard is widely recognised as a leading expert in the implementation of technology to enable organisational innovation and transformation. He has been responsible for the successful delivery of multiple Cloud implementation projects in the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia, United States, South America, Africa and the Middle East and was closely involved in the DHL Innovation project.

Richard was recently awarded by Oracle the title of Oracle ACE, an accolade given to only a small number of individuals globally. He regularly speaks at conferences globally, is a certified trainer who has run implementation courses and expert seminars on Cloud HCM throughout the world for multiple clients and consultancies.

Richard holds a Bachelor of Science with Honors, BSc (Hons), in Computing in Business from Brunel University (2:1). 


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