HR Technology in ASEAN Region: People Matters TechHR SingaporeBy CIOAdvisor Apac | Tuesday, May 14, 2019
The past few decades have witnessed the regal growth of South Asia-Pacific in the field of technological advancement. It has never failed to address the growing need to develop important technologies, such as AI, blockchain, IoT, and big data. This region has shown all the aspects to become a real competitor, and it is alluring investors from around the world. MIT Technology Review Insights states that almost 51 percent of companies are investing in this area. But, many companies are still confronting with some internal obstacles to achieve the desired goal. To overcome these issues, the enterprises need proper collaboration among the employees, and they have to inject appropriate technological solutions to meet this.
On the 28th of February 2019, Singapore is going to witness a conference that will hold discussions on dealing with these issues. The conference has been titled as People Matters TechHR Singapore 2019 and will include the best of businesses, HR leaders, HR product, and service experts and HR technology partners and start-ups from around the globe. The whole conference will deal with four key themes which are troubling today’s business world— “Tech as the glue,” “The future is now, ” “Digital Force, ” and “How to digital.”
The conference will be witness discussions with companies like Grab and Netflix. The list of delegates will include more than 30 Tech partners and more than 30 speakers. The speakers will address the issue of deploying HR technology in the ASEAN region to have the best results, and will also highlight the importance of the digital workforce. The opening keynote will focus on the impact of political, economic, societal, technological, environmental, and legislative issues on businesses.
The event is will be an excellent platform for start-ups. They will shortlist 50 HR tech start-up companies to present their ideas. It will not only provide a platform to share thoughts but also will allow them to meet with potential investors. This will enable the start-ups an opportunity to place their idea on a large scale in the ASEAN region. The initiative is indeed a milestone to discuss the real problems that businesses are today facing to manage their workforce in an efficient manner.