Taleo (currently Oracle)
Today Taleo is part of the Oracle corporation, that has a group revenue of $ 37 bilion, 135.000 employees and 420.000 customers. Oracle offers an integrated array of applications, databases, servers, storage, and cloud technologies to empower modern business. They provide a wide choice of software, systems, and cloud deployment models—including public, on-premises, and hybrid clouds—to ensure that technology exes to the unique needs of a business. At the time I worked at Taleo, it was a non-listed company focusing on the talent management area, with approx. 1000 employees and a revenue of $ 1.2 billion.
Senior Consultant / Project Manager at the Professional Services Department, enabling our EMEA customers to meet their (global) talent needs by providing them with the most effective Talent Management solution available in the marketplace. Lead multiple global rollouts with both European and US based customers. Occasionally worked and traveled in/to APAC. Project headcount varies from 5 to 30, globally spread. Both on-site as virtual. Support customers on Talent Management & Performance Management ‘best practices’ and skill-based software, manage multiple concurrent customer implementations and identify and implement changes
to processes and organization, lead complex change management projects. Manage other consultants in their projects, participate in sales cycles, and deliver to company knowledgebase. Keywords: HR process and HR IT Implementation, Talent Management Process and Organization Change, Shared Service Centre Implementation, integration of HR processes and tools of new acquired companies. Dedicated, knowledgeable, deliver as agreed, customer focused, strong project management capabilities, coach, decision maker, gain customer commitment early in the process and sales cycle. A few interesting projects are highlighted as separate CV items.
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