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Human Capital & Social Innovation Technology Summit, Maastricht, The Netherlands

Human Capital & Social Innovation Technology Summit, Maastricht, The Netherlands

MAASTRICHT, THE NETHERLANDS -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 09/25/07 -- This year's HR-XML Consortium Europe's autumn conference will be co-located with the Human Capital & Social Innovation Technology Summit from 16th -19th October 2007 in Maastricht. (http://events.eife-l.org/HCSIT2007/overview)

The Human Capital and Social Innovation Technology Summit is a unique event in Europe connecting ideas, people and organisations in the fields of digital technologies and human capital. It is dedicated to lifelong learning in the knowledge society and brings together policy makers, researchers, educators, trainers, human resource managers and technologists interested to exploring the human factor in the development and implementation of digital technologies.

The human resources technology portion of the Summit is scheduled for 17th October. The event's HR technology program highlights the latest developments within the HR-XML Standard, shows the practical advantages and explains the application by means of use cases. The conference is organised by HR-XML Consortium Europe along with OOA (Ontology Outreach Advisory), Prolix (align learning with business processes) and TENcompetence (infrastructure to support lifelong competence development). Experts from Actonomy, HR-XML Consortium, milch & zucker, OOA, Oracle, SkillsMarket, Synergetics, TNO and WCC Smart Search & Match have arranged the following programme:

--  Overview, HR-XML and Employability
--  HR-XML 3.0, the next generation of standards
--  Electronic Standardised Transaction in the Temporary Staffing
--  Unification of structured and unstructured data for matching processes
--  The online CV: implications and challenges for data management and
    security
--  SEP and SOA, a use case for the Staffing Exchange Protocol in a
    service-oriented architecture
--  New trends in privacy and identity management
--  Human Resources and Semantics
--  Interoperability of ePortfolios
    

For the complete programme, registration and instructions for exhibitors please visit our http://eu.hr-xml.org

About HR-XML Consortium Europe

HR-XML Consortium Europe is the European branch of the international HR-XML Consortium (http://www.hr-xml.org). The HR-XML Consortium, Inc. (http://www.hr-xml.org/) is the recognized authority on, and leading source of, global interoperability standards for human resources management. Membership within the HR-XML Consortium is open to HR professionals, vendors, consultants, and other users or providers of HR systems and services.

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