This month... Release 10 highlights, 5 best practices in application user experience and what user experience means in the HCM Cloud.
Release 10 UX Highlights:
The Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team is shifting its focus to the second part of our “simplicity, mobility, extensibility” story for Release 10. The linchpin to that part of the story? Increasing the participation of users. We know that if users don’t find value in the application, they won’t use it, which could cost customers time and money. Check out the posts below for more on the user experience highlights in each product family:
Release 10 highlights include a gorgeously updated, consistent, mobility-focused user experience, even more ways to make the experience look like your company for your users, seamless customization with our UI developer toolkit, and an ongoing investment in refining, adding to, and updating the experience based on customer feedback. Read about the Oracle OpenWorld 2015 perspective on these benefits in “Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning Cloud Extends Product Depth and Breadth,” “Oracle Announces New Oracle HCM Cloud Capabilities to Power HR Transformation,” and “Oracle Banks on CX Cloud Verticals.” For more highlights of Oracle HCM Cloud Release 10, see this video.
On Forbes.com, check the Oracle Voice blog for “5 Best Practices In Application User Experience” to read takeaways from OAUX Vice President Jeremy Ashley’s OpenWorld presentations. Ashley is also quoted in “Digital Disruption: Hype And Sensibility,” where he talks about the cloud and the simplicity needed for user experience design.
What does “user experience” mean in the Oracle HCM Cloud? Aylin Uysal, Oracle Senior Director, HCM Cloud User Experience, discusses Oracle’s strategy and approach to defining the user experience for Oracle’s HCM Cloud on HCM Talk Radio, a podcast in which experts and guests share the latest in HCM Cloud best practices and knowledge.