Cloud—without Compromise

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Today many HR organizations are struggling with systems that fall short when it comes to meeting the strategic demand for a talented and engaged workforce. Many HR organizations are looking at cloud alternatives, but the promise of the cloud can lead to fragmented, inflexible systems with limited functionality. This diagram illustrates how Oracle Human Capital Management in the cloud can help bring value back to the organization.

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