Tag: Emerging Technology

The wide adoption of mobile access and shifting employee demographics are compelling organizations to engage with their changing employee workforce using emerging technologies. Chatbots can help organizations turn repetitive, transactional requests and inquiries into natural, conversation-like interactions using voice or text. The PeopleSoft Human Capital Management Absence Management chatbot, Absence Assistant, allows employees to take this approach when requesting absences, viewing balances, and more.

In PeopleSoft Now! episode four, Rebekah Jackson, Vice President of Product Management, discussed PeopleSoft’s first chatbot and the technology that enables it with Robbin Velayedam, Senior Director of HCM Product Management, and Matthew Haavisto, Senior Principal Product Strategist for PeopleTools. Jackson also talked with Loida Chez about the response of PeopleSoft’s Lease Accounting to FASB and GASB Accounting Standards changes. Jackson started the episode with a recap of RECONNECT 19.

A recent Forbes article written by Louis Columbus explored the top nine ways artificial intelligence prevents fraud. The bottom line is that rule-based engines and simple predictive models could identify the majority of fraud attempts in the past. However, they are not keeping up with the scale and severity of fraud attempts today. Today’s fraud…

Falon Fatemi, CEO and founder of Node, the first AI as a Service platform, wrote an article in Forbes about how to increase employee engagement with the help of artificial intelligence.

Are you ready to revolutionize your PeopleSoft Human Capital Management system? The PeopleSoft product management team is currently working on an Absence Management chatbot for PeopleSoft Human Capital Management that will make absence management easier for every employee.

Robbin Velayedam, Director of Product Management, spoke at COLLABORATE 19 and gave an overview and demonstration of the new Absence Management chatbot for PeopleSoft HCM.

Chatbots are one of the four new and exciting initiatives within PeopleSoft. Other initiatives include Position Management, Delegation, and Drop Zones.

Lynne Sampson, Oracle’s managing editor of The Modern Finance Leader, wrote about Oracle CEO Mark Hurd’s thoughts on why automation improves financial reporting across your company.

Lynne Sampson, Oracle’s managing editor of The Modern Finance Leader, wrote a blog about Oracle CEO Mark Hurd’s thoughts on the benefits of leveraging blockchain within Finance.

Lisa Schwartz, Senior Director of SaaS Applications for Oracle’s Cloud Business Group, discussed the ways emerging technology makes data more valuable in today’s workforce. She started by explaining the idea that data is the new oil. It’s clear that data is not fossil fuel, we cannot run our cars on it, or heat or homes with it. However, in a less literal sense, the analogy applies.

Emerging technologies like Internet of Things (IoT) are continuously disrupting organizations and industries. A recent Oracle blog explored the possibility of blockchain playing a role in the future of IoT as organizations continue to adopt the emerging technology to transform their business.

Dorian Daley, Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Oracle, and Edward Screven, Chief Corporate Architect at Oracle, spoke about the current threat landscape and Oracle’s strategy for addressing it. The pair spoke about how Oracle is enhancing the relationships with customers by adopting a service model that allows customers to shift the security burden and risk to Oracle. They also covered how Oracle has rebuilt Cloud and the Autonomous Database, so customers are fully equipped to truly protect their data and eliminate human error from the security equation.