Modernizing HCM with Oracle Government Cloud

Elire Cloud HCM Webinar

Oracle Cloud has received FEDRAMP authorization and it is essential for Government entities to evaluate the options they now have when it comes to their IT investments. Elire Cloud Expert, Aaron Bulthuis, will discuss why Governments should modernize their IT infrastructure with cloud based systems, including best practices for implementing functional requirements and process improvements. We’ll also discuss technical and security best practices for implementing Government cloud, and lessons learned from successful implementations at multiple national laboratories and the US Navy.

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  • Aaron Bulthuis | Cloud HCM Managing Consultant

    Aaron Bulthuis | Cloud HCM Managing Consultant

    Aaron Bulthuis is a Managing Consultant II within Elire’s Cloud HCM Practice. Aaron is the lead implementation consultant for Sandia National Laboratories, US Department of Energy. He’s led other successful Oracle Cloud implementations at the US Navy, Idaho National Laboratory, Yum! Brands, ITC, and Springfield Clinic. Prior to consulting, Aaron has 8 years of corporate human resources experience.

  • Established in 2005, Elire’s seventeen years of experience is focused on five main product areas: Oracle Cloud, PeopleSoft, Treasury, Advisory Services, and Managed Services. Our mission: to be your Trusted Advisor. We fulfill this promise by efficiently implementing, integrating, upgrading, and optimizing your software investments and business processes.

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