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Peter is Director Research & Development for HRN. His interest is in bringing together businesses, and the people who led and manage them, to create the future of work.

For 2012 HR Tech Europe will be moving the debate forward. It will be about getting more for less; whether you are buying off the shelf or bespoke, or simply want to fine tune what you have and leverage your solutions to the max.  HR Tech Europe is a unique opportunity to meet our expert panel of presenters who will be there to help you navigate your way through the myriad solutions available.

We will be moving the dialogue forward to discuss big data and analytics, SaaS versus ERP, even the convergence of SaaS and BPO.  There are matters of security, privacy and the Cloud, how to leverage social media, the impact of mobile on workplace HR, shared services & outsourcing … along with talent, integration, payroll and performance HR Tech Europe promises a full agenda.

Confirmed Keynotes in 2012 already include Naomi Bloom, Thomas Otter, and Peter Hinssen. Check them out for yourself – here.

We are delighted to welcome back Jon Ingham as the event MC and Moderator for 2012, and there are some really great and topical case studies too. In the weeks and months ahead there will be regular updates on who else is going to be there plus news, debate, opinion and discussion on all that is happening in the world of European HR Technology news.

Nor should we forget about – iTalent.  Hosted by Jerome Ternynck, the competition will be back in 2012 – wider in scope and more innovative than ever bringing you the best, and the latest, cutting edge ideas and applications in human capital management.

HR is core to business activity, and technology is the catalyst that will help drive business innovation and profitability – HR Tech Europe 2012 is a happening event you cannot afford to miss.   We sold out in 2011 so be sure to save the date in your diary and reserve your place ASAP.   25 & 26 October in Amsterdam – is going to be where it’s at; Be there or be square!