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Oracle HCM Cloud Awards

Oracle HCM Cloud Customer Awards
Oracle HCM
Cloud Rubies

Recognizing the contributions of Human Resources professionals.

 

It’s All in the Numbers Award


Meet the Nominees

Vote for your favorite jewels to receive an Oracle HCM Cloud crown!


Cummins—Fabio Fukuda, HRIS Director, Global Integrated Talent Management
This 2017 Oracle HCM Cloud Rubies award-winner is nominated again this year by Deloitte Consulting for its continued pioneering efforts in utilizing Oracle HCM Cloud analytics. Since 2015, Cummins has been on a journey to transform HR by enabling integrated talent management in Oracle HCM Cloud, and with more than 55,000 employees worldwide it is driving an impressive user adoption rate of more than 95 percent year-over-year.

In addition, the delivery of powerful embedded analytics using Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence combined with talent management process automation has been the hallmark of its HR transformation. Fast forward to earlier this year, the Cummins HRIS and BI team designed Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence dashboards to deliver analytics that enabled senior HR leaders across Cummins to monitor progress in real time. As any seasoned pioneer would do, Cummins continued to break new ground by leveraging Deloitte Analytics Object (DAO), powered by Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service.

Fabio Fukuda played a key role in this project and delivered on the opportunity to serve the Cummins HR leadership team with much needed integrated analytics on a near real-time basis. He very quickly identified the right use cases that could be deployed to demonstrate the value of integrated analytics without “boiling the ocean.” Being with Cummins for more than 11 years, he knew that most of the Cummins HR leaders would appreciate the insights that are available intuitively and can be sliced and diced easily. So he ensured that a set of dashboards were designed and organized to make it suitable for the executive HR audience.

The Cummins HRIS and BI team implemented a one-stop shop for all workforce analytics needs, which enabled:

  • A 100 percent elimination of inconsistencies in analysis and insights delivered to the HR leadership team
  • A solid foundation to enable prediction of unknowns pertaining to attrition, top performance, competency, and availability of the workforce
  • All workforce analytics to be available 24/7 through a custom interface with a 60-inch touch screen smart TV installed in the office of the CHRO

The grand success of this initiative wouldn’t have been possible without the close collaboration, teamwork, sponsorship, and commitment of Cummins HR Leadership team.

Stolt-Nielsen—Anne Van Dassen Mueller, Chief HR Officer
A global leader of transportation, storage, and distribution of chemicals and bulk liquids, Stolt-Nielsen sees advanced analytics as a direct route to better understand and predict employee turnover and performance. After going live with Oracle HCM Cloud in 42 countries, Stolt-Nielsen achieved efficiency gains such as improved groupwide succession planning and employee mobility, and a 30 percent decrease in compensation process questions. It has also experienced an 80 percent decrease in external IT support, enhanced employee engagement and satisfaction by deploying a self-service HR platform, and the fully automated pay and bonus review process was optimized. In addition, Stolt-Nielsen established key principles to guide the implementation toward a fully adopted solution to maximize benefits, leveraging the best practices offered by Oracle HCM Cloud.

Now Stolt-Nielsen’s HR leaders can provide flexible reporting capabilities to create new insights, as well as key metrics and analytics to better support the business. Stolt-Nielsen is fueled by reliable and trusted analytics that drive better decision-making, better managers, and better alignment with company strategy.


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