Deloitte Consulting awarded Oracle Best PeopleSoft Implementation Partner FY19  

On 25 April 2019, Deloitte Consulting's Greater China Oracle Service Line Partner and Greater China TMT Industry Lead, Cheng Zhong, attended the 2019 Oracle HCM seminar, receiving the Oracle Best PeopleSoft Implementation Partner FY19 award on behalf of Deloitte Consulting.


Oracle HCM Seminar Group (Source: Oracle)
Cheng Zhong receives the Oracle Best PeopleSoft Implementation Partner FY19 award on behalf of Deloitte Consulting (Source: Oracle)

The Deloitte Consulting Oracle HCM team has developed rapidly in recent years. While maintaining its original close relationship with ERP, it has also established extensive close cooperation with vendors. It has been the preferred partner of Oracle China for many years, providing clients with HCM systems implementation and high quality business solutions.

In providing solutions, the team cooperates with HCAS to help customers put consultancy's advice into action. Through traditional HCM system implementation, the team rides on latest trends in digital transformation to accumulate extensive practice in human resources portals, mobile solutions and more.

The Oracle HCM team focuses on serving industry-leading clients in technology, manufacturing, finance, energy, consumer products and other sectors. It has become one of the most sought after consulting implementation teams in the market. Many of its implementations have won praise from clients and vendors alike and been shared as case studies by Oracle HCM.

Deloitte will continue to work with the Oracle HCM team to provide clients with high quality services and solutions through digital experiences.

In addition to being acknowledged at the awards ceremony, Deloitte Consulting also shared its thought leadership at the event, having its Human Capital Consulting Partner Michelle Wu to present on "Deloitte's 2019 Global Human Capital Trends".


Michelle Wu shares Deloitte's 2019 views on global human capital trends (Source: Oracle)

Michelle explored the top 10 trends in three areas, namely the future of the workforce, the future of the organization, and the future of HR. "Intensifying economic, social, and political disruption are forcing organizations to move beyond mission statements and social impact programs. Traditional human capital programs, processes, and policies must be fundamentally reinvented, putting humans at the center of business strategies. Human potential is and always will be what moves us forward," Michelle said. "The theme of the report this year is all about leading the social enterprise—with a human focus. It examines how organizations can drive reinvention on a broad scale and change every aspect of how they interact with, motivate, and create meaningful experiences for their workforce."


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