|11 December, 2018

Digitization and Artificial Intelligence at the forefront of the 2nd Annual HR Tech Saudi Summit

Tech and Talent Management will remain at the forefront of the wide array of initiatives discussed at the two-day summit dedicated solely to and focused on HR Technology

Riyadh: Dubai-based QnA International is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual HR Tech Saudi Summit, a prime initiative to bring together HR and IT professionals from the unique business landscape of Saudi Arabia, on a singular platform, to discuss the newest trends, ideas and disruptions. Tech and Talent Management will remain at the forefront of the wide array of initiatives discussed at the two-day summit dedicated solely to and focused on HR Technology.

With digital transformation and the Saudi 2030 vision at its core, the HR Tech Saudi Summit will be held on 10-11th December 2018 in Al Faisaliah hotel in Riyadh. Themed around Driving Saudi’s HR Digital Transformation: The Future Is Now!, it is the only premier event for HR Tech in the Kingdom and is  officially endorsed by “Digital Saudi” and supported by “Human Resources Development Fund”.

As Digitization and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are key enablers of the Saudi Arabia Vision 2030, HR and IT professionals will come together at the 2nd Annual HR Tech Saudi Summit to discuss Saudi’s role in embracing technology and AI as well as the importance of wellness at work and aligning people, process and technology at the workplace. The Kingdom’s Vision 2030 is a roadmap outlining policies and strategies for the diversification and development of a thriving non-oil dependent economy.

The Summit will also include discussion and debate on the Kingdom’s adoption of cutting-edge HR technologies, processes, and practices. Topics of discussion at the Summit will also include the newest trends, ideas and disruptions in HR technology such as The Future Of Work, Digital Leadership, Employee Experience, Talent Management, AI And Machine Learning, HR Digital Transformation and corporate culture.  The two-day summit will help organizations to tackle the key issues of digital transformation,  talent management, change management and employee engagement. 

The event will be graced by imminent speakers addressing a way forward towards harnessing, honing and partaking in the skillsets of the government employees as well as those who work in private and other sectors in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, followed by numerous discussions, insightful exchanges, and round table discussions. The speakers list include:

Ahmed Almujaish, Deputy Director General for Employment support, Human Resources Development Fund

Feras Alsadik, General Manager – Human Resources, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, KSA

Faisal Jadu, General Manager – Human Resources, Saudi British Bank

Nawaf Dhubaib, GM HR, Ministry of Finance, KSA

Dr. Abdullah Alhomeadan, Adviser and General Director of Administrative Services, The Royal Court, KSA

Ahmed Alhomoud, CHRO, United Electronics Company (eXtra)

Mazin Alhomoud, GM HR, Ministry of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, KSA

Eng. Ahmad Al Ghamdi, Group Human Resources Vice President, Saudi Telecom Company

Commenting on the event, Sidh N C, Director QnA International says, “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has always been at the forefront when it comes to implementing latest innovations. As technology has revolutionized the way humans live and has greatly impacted the way organizations function, the world is going through the digital HR transformation that is redefining the future of work. In line with the Vision 2030, Saudi Arabia plans to increase investments in technology and lead the digital transformation in the region, the 2nd Annual HR Tech Saudi Summit works as a bridge in highlighting the HR Tech trends in the region, setting global benchmarks and a way forward to transform the HR system.”

The event is supported by industry leaders like Oracle, the #1 provider of business software; Cigna, the global health services company, AppsPro and others.

About HR Tech Saudi Summit
The 2nd Annual HR Tech Saudi Summit is the premiere HR Tech event in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Working in line with the vision 2030 of the country, the HR Tech Saudi Summit brings new opportunities for human resource and talent management and shares the knowledge base and network of delegates and sponsors at the two-day event on December 10-11, 2018 at Al Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh. The HR Tech Saudi Summit is the only initiative that brings together HR and IT professionals from the unique business landscape of Saudi Arabia, on a singular platform, to discuss the newest trends, ideas and disruptions over a period of two days exclusively dedicated to and focused on HR Technology.

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